Addressing Alcohol’s Role in Campus Sexual Assault

Title: Addressing Alcohol’s Role in Campus Sexual Assault

Date:  Monday, March 25, 2019

Time: 12:00 p.m. PST/ 1:00 p.m. MST/ 2:00 p.m. CST/ 3:00 p.m. EST

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Webinar Description:

Alcohol use plays a role in 50 to 70% of campus sexual assaults, which has generated heightened consideration of the intersections of sexual assault and alcohol use on campus. This webinar will focus on evidence-based strategies for prevention and response, both in the campus health center and the wider campus community. Current NIAAA research on the intersection of violence and disabilities, and trauma-informed clinical interventions that address both alcohol use and sexual violence will be presented.  The new resource Addressing Alcohol’s Role in Campus Sexual Assault: A Toolkit by and for Prevention Specialists will also be reviewed, with special attention to how to operationalize key prevention strategies.

As a result of attending this webinar, participants will be better able to:

  • Describe student with disabilities’ experiences of campus sexual violence and alcohol prevention programming
  • Implement an evidence-based clinical intervention to prevent and respond to sexual violence in their campus health center
  • Identify at least two prevention strategies to address alcohol’s role in sexual assault
  • Identify next steps for their prevention work on their campus


Elizabeth Miller, MD, PHD, FSAHM is a Professor of Pediatrics, Public Health, and Clinical and Translational Science and Director of the Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Trained in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and medical anthropology, she has over a decade of practice and research experience in addressing interpersonal violence in clinical and community settings.

Carla D. Chugani, PhD, LPC is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.  Dr. Chugani’s research has focused on adapting and implementing evidence-based practices for chronically suicidal and self-injuring college students, as well as on improving wellness and resilience for all students including those who may be at increased risk for negative outcomes.

LB Klein MSW, MPA is a social work PhD student and adjunct faculty member at UNC-Chapel Hill whose research focuses on gender-based violence prevention, intervention, and policy implementation; advancing equity in higher education; and bridging the gap between research and practice.  She has served as a consultant, trainer, and evaluator across the U.S. and Canada through Prevention Innovations Research Center at the University of New Hampshire, Soteria Solutions, and her consulting partnership, Catalytical Consulting LLC. LB is a founding leadership council member and research co-chair of the Campus Advocacy and Prevention Professionals Association (CAPPA). She previously directed Emory University’s interpersonal violence prevention and advocacy office and coordinated the volunteer program for St. Louis County’s specialized domestic violence court. She holds a bachelor’s in history and master’s in social work from Washington University in St. Louis, a master’s in public administration from University of Colorado Denver’s Program on Gender-Based Violence, and a graduate certificate in LGBT health from Drexel University. She is based in Pittsboro, North Carolina with her partner and identical twin babies. You can follow LB on Linkedin, ResearchGate, and Twitter.

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