Scott Lewis is one of the most in-demand higher education risk management consultants in the country!
Scott Lewis serves as a frequent
keynote and plenary speaker, nationally recognized for his work on
Student/Staff Conduct, Behavioral Intervention/Threat Assessment Team for
students in crisis and distress, Title VII and Title IX issues. He is noted as
well for his work in the area of classroom management and dealing with
disruptive students (and parents), and has trained thousands of faculty and
staff members. He has also worked with athletics departments (NCAA, NAIA and
NJCAA), training coaches and student-athletes on issues of sexual misconduct
and program equity. He presents regularly throughout the country, assisting
colleges and universities with legal, judicial, and risk management issues, as
well as policy development and implementation. He serves as an author and
editor in a number of areas including legal issues in higher education, campus
safety and student development, campus conduct board training, and other higher
education issues. He is the author of A Faculty Guide to Addressing Disruptive
and Dangerous Behavior (2013).
For more information about Scott, please click here.
Schedule and Registration Information
September 15th, 2014
- 9:00 am- 11:00 am~ Session
- 11:15 am- 12:45 pm~ Deans and
Associate Deans Town Hall Lunch Q+A
- 1:00 pm- 3:00 pm~ Session B
* Faculty and staff are invited to attend ONE session; both sessions cover the same material but are offered at
different times to accommodate scheduling.
* Sessions will be broadcasted to Anschutz Medical Campus for any AMC faculty interested in participating. The broadcast location will be in Building 500, Bushnell Auditorium.
* Deans and Associate Deans are
invited to attend one of the sessions as well as the Town Hall lunch. There is limited seating at the lunch, so please be sure to register early!
Space is limited! Register now!
Register by August 15th to save a spot in your preferred session time!
Click here to register!
***Sponsored by the CARE Team,
through the Division of Student Affairs, and the Center for Faculty Development