The Time is Now: Reclaiming the Value of “Fraternity” Through Social Norming
Presenter: Suzette Walden Cole
Presenting Partner: CAMPUSPEAK
Program Description: Negative headlines in the news and social media result in our having to defend “fraternity.” These are the exceptions, not the rule. We must own our fraternal identity and stop letting others define us. Social norming can aid us in combatting messages that lead to a misperception of what truly is normal in our fraternal communities. The time is now to tackle the problem by reclaiming who we are and what we do.
Facilitator Bio: Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Suzette Walden Cole received her Bachelor of Arts from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia and her Master of Education from the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina. Currently, she is a doctoral candidate in education administration and foundations at Illinois State University, studying the factors that contribute to the development of culture in student groups, student organization conduct and accountability processes and effective strategies for cultivating change within student groups.
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