Embracing Courageous Leadership: A Guide to Living Your Values

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

When you hear the word “leader,” what comes to mind? Take a moment to reflect on your definition of leadership.…

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Two Skills Every College Student Needs for Success

Categorized: Career Development, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership

In today’s fast-paced professional world, mastering executive presence and emotional intelligence (EI) is more than just a beneficial skill set;…

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Shifting the Culture: Preventing Sexual Violence Through Community Conversations

Categorized: Community Building, Relationships, Sexual Violence Prevention, Violence Prevention

In our quest to lead sexual violence prevention efforts, it’s imperative to delve beyond the surface and examine the broader…

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Most Impactful Mental Health Speakers

Categorized: Mental Health

Mental Health Awareness Month began in the United States in 1949, observed in May, and was started by the Mental…

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Asian American & Pacific Islander Speakers who Make an Impact

Categorized: AAPI Issues, Leadership

Asian American Pacific Islander Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated every year in the month of May. This special time is…

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Emotional Intelligence for College Students

Categorized: Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Organizational Success, Personal Growth

Emotional intelligence (EI) is a set of skills that allow individuals to recognize, understand, and manage their own emotions and…

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Sexual Assault Prevention Speakers who Make an Impact

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).  This is a time for advocates, survivors, their loved ones, and the community to…

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Women’s Empowerment Speakers to bring in for Women’s History Month

Categorized: Women's Empowerment

Every March, people in the United States celebrate the achievements and history of women as part of Women’s History Month.…

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Ensuring a Safe Spring Break

Categorized: Alcohol & Other Drugs, Program Planning, Sexual Violence Prevention, Substance Abuse

As the spring break season approaches, higher education professionals have a unique opportunity to educate and empower their students on…

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Make an Impact with these Black History Month Speakers

Categorized: Black History

Since 1976, the United States has set aside the month of February to celebrate Black History Month. This month highlights…

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CAMPUSPEAK Marks Milestone 25 Years of Impacting Education

Categorized: Uncategorized

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CAMPUSPEAK Marks Milestone 25 Years of Impacting Education January 4th, 2024 Coral Springs, FL – CAMPUSPEAK, the…

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Unmasking the Truths About Alcohol and Drugs

Categorized: Alcohol & Other Drugs

When you choose to pursue college, you are presented with a number of choices along your journey. Among them, the…

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I Just Want to Go Home

Categorized: Motivation & Inspiration

Homesickness is a common problem among college students, affecting seven out of ten students. It’s crucial to understand that feeling…

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Lifelong Learning: A Legacy Beyond Degrees

Categorized: Academic Success

From my earliest memories, the concept of lifelong learning was gently instilled in me by my grandmother, Abuelita. Each time…

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How To Avoid Burnout

Categorized: Mental Health

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. You can’t avoid burnout. In today’s fast-paced world, the concept of burnout…

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Empowering Dreams

Categorized: Motivation & Inspiration

Dreams, those ethereal visions that dance through our minds, are not mere figments of imagination; they are gifts and messages…

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Reimagining Masculinity: A Journey Through Powerful Perspectives

Categorized: Masculinity

In a world where conversations about gender, identity, and relationships are evolving at an unprecedented pace, it’s imperative to scrutinize…

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Nurturing Healthy Masculinity on College Campuses

Categorized: Masculinity

In recent years, college campuses have emerged as dynamic spaces for discussions on gender, identity, and societal norms. One such…

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Top First Generation College Student Speakers

Categorized: First Generation College Students

First Generation College Student week is November 6-10. This is a time to recognize and honor the first generation college…

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Impactful Speakers to Bring in for National Masculinity Week

Categorized: Masculinity

National Masculinity Week (NMW) is observed the 3rd full week of October, however you can choose any week of the…

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4 Tips to Accomplish Your Goals as a First-Generation College Student

Categorized: First Generation College Students

I was once a first-generation college student with a really big goal that was deemed impossible early on. I wanted…

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What Do I Do If I Experience Hazing?

Categorized: Hazing

Hazing is an issue that has plagued college campuses across the globe. It’s a disturbing practice that has no place…

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Calling a Timeout on Hazing in College Athletics

Categorized: Hazing

A quick search on Google for “Recent Hazing Incidents” reveals a disturbing and ongoing trend of hazing incidents occurring within…

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Coming Home to Yourself

Categorized: Mental Health

In the hustle and bustle of college, it’s easy to lose touch with who you are. But remember, “there is…

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Hazing Prevention Speakers Focused on Change & Impact

Categorized: Athletics, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Hazing

CAMPUSPEAK has been at the vanguard, fearlessly leading the relentless battle against hazing since its inception in 1999. We have…

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The Power of Affirmative Consent: Empowering Students to Communicate

Categorized: Communication, Sexual Violence Prevention

In the realm of sexual education, consent has never been a more critical topic of discussion. It’s a conversation that…

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Hispanic Heritage Month Speakers who Make an Impact

Categorized: Hispanic Heritage, Latino/a Issues, Leadership

National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated every year from September 15 to October 15. This is a time to recognize…

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Belonging is not a Buzzword

Categorized: Campus Life, Diversity

In the ever-evolving landscape of the college environment, the concept of belonging has emerged as a critical element in fostering…

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How To Not Let Social Anxiety Stop You

Categorized: Mental Health

If you’re low key trembling as you get ready for this semester, you’re not alone. As a therapist that works…

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4 Steps to Owning your Fall 2023 Semester with the What If It All Goes Right Method

Categorized: Leadership

As we gear up for the Fall 2023 semester, I want to share with you a powerful method that has…

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Celebrating National Professional Speakers Day with CAMPUSPEAK

Categorized: Leadership

Today on August 7th we celebrate National Professional Speakers Day, a day dedicated to honoring the incredible individuals who have…

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4 Steps to Advocate for Affirmative Action

Categorized: Social Justice

As a passionate advocate for social impact and equal opportunity, I closely followed the recent landmark ruling by the Supreme…

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And Here We Go!

Categorized: First Year Experience

“And here we go!” These were the words likely flying in-and-out of my head while taking off via plane from Mobile Alabama’s regional…

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Engaging Your Members Over the Summer

Categorized: Recruitment

Student Org Leader: “I cannot find anyone to work the welcome week org fair. I think we need to cancel our…

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Impactful Speakers to Bring to Your Community this Pride Month

Categorized: LGBTQ+ Issues

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Pride Month is currently celebrated each year in the month of June to…

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Measuring the Greatness of Your Community

Categorized: Diversity

The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members. – Coretta Scott King  How…

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Immigration Justice & How We Arrived at a Human Rights Crisis

Categorized: Legal Issues

From the separating migrant children from their families under the Trump Administration to the continued use of inhumane ICE detention…

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3 Tips to Prepare for a Successful Career

Categorized: Career Development

Whether you know exactly what career path you want to pursue or are in the process of figuring out your…

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7 Ways to Get Brothers and Sisters to Pay Their Dues

Categorized: Fraternity & Sorority Life

If you’re a fraternity or sorority leader, you know that collecting dues can be an awkward, tedious, and time-consuming process.…

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Build a Happier Sorority or Fraternity this Year

Categorized: Fraternity & Sorority Life

Has your chapter been in a slump recently? Are members dreading coming to meetings…or not going to them altogether? Is…

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3 Things to Add to Your DEI New Year’s Resolution

Categorized: Diversity

It’s a new school year and many institutions have committed themselves to strengthening their diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts…

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The Masculinity Project: We Can Change, We Can Do, We Can Be

Categorized: Masculinity

What if I told you one of the hardest things to be in the world is being a college aged…

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Game Your Brain – Control Your Biases

Categorized: Diversity

I have implicit biases, lots of them, and so do you! The absolute first thing we should recognize about implicit…

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Feeling Crispy? 5 Tips to Embrace Your Burnout

Categorized: Academic Success

I have been a researcher in wellness and burnout recovery for almost 20 years, and this past year I have…

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6 Signs You May Be Experiencing “Duck Syndrome” Right Now

Categorized: Health & Wellness, Mental Health

Do you ever feel like you’re drowning in obligations and can barely stay afloat? Or like you can’t keep up…

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Why You Want to Stop Weighting to Feel Better this Fall

Categorized: Body Image

Are you already looking into the mirror for hours on end, wondering what people will think of you when you’re…

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The Impact of “Light Hazing” and the Snowball Effect

Categorized: Hazing

“But we aren’t doing anything close to what has been reported on the news or like what they are doing…

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Leadership Plunge – Drawing the Line: Boundary Setting as a Leader

Categorized: Leadership

How do you draw your boundaries with other people? Do you lay them out in pencil, with the ability to…

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Get Involved! Just Don’t Overcommit.

Categorized: Organizational Success

Getting involved as a new student is both exciting and challenging. I know it was for me. You likely have…

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Finding Your Why: Recruit With Your Why

Categorized: Academic Success

As a leader of your organization, you are excited to help it continue to grow. One way to do this…

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Elephants & Onions: Peeling Back the Layers

Categorized: Diversity

For so many of us, diversity is often the Elephant in the room. We notice differences, we see differences, and…

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We All Can, and Must, Do More To Prevent Sexual Violence

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention

One of the significant barriers we face in preventing sexual violence is an implicit bias people feel when considering their…

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The Beauty of Belief

Categorized: Academic Success

“Belief is so easy we make it hard.” Marilyn Trotter. Marilyn holds a special place near-and-dear in my heart because…

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Council Surge: Reflect & Don’t Forget

Categorized: Academic Success

LSummer is an exciting time to enjoy some time away, spend time with loved ones and mentally prepare for the…

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CAMPUSPEAK Welcomes Dr. Walter Kimbrough

Categorized: News, Press Releases

“On behalf of the entire CAMPUSPEAK Team, we are excited to welcome Dr. Walter Kimbrough to our roster. His experience…

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Leading with Fairness

Categorized: Leadership

There are many things that leaders, at best, must do. They must communicate well. They must help chart a course…

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The Outer Body Experience

Categorized: Academic Success, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership

Are you afraid to go, “outer body?”  NOPE! Before you even think it… this obviously isn’t a pitch to tamper with the…

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So You Want to Read About Race?

Categorized: Black Lives Matter

Over the past couple of years there has been an increase, in my life, of folks asking me for book…

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The Biggest Mental Health Ailment Plaguing College Campuses

Categorized: Mental Health

An interesting phenomenon has emerged since the pandemic… It’s been taking campuses by storm and it’s happening in just about…

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Doing the Work of Nuance

Categorized: Diversity

Nuance is “a subtle distinction or variation.”  Effective communication between people that are joined by a mutual endeavor can ensure…

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The Essential Conference Checklist

Categorized: Academic Success

One of the most exciting parts of the spring semester is conference season! Whether you are attending your own organization’s…

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10 Ways To Practice Self-Care & Reduce Stress In 2022

Categorized: Academic Success, Stress Management

The new year is finally here, and now is a great time to set intentions for the exciting months ahead.…

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The Importance of Community in Sexual Violence Prevention

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention

Preventing sexual violence, harassment, and abuse requires more than one voice. It takes a community of engaged individuals engaged in…

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Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Categorized: Confrontation Skills

Not All Heroes Wear Capes They say not all heroes wear capes. And they’re right. Heroes come in all forms.…

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Procrastination: The Art of Putting Things Off

Categorized: Academic Success

Procrastination is something that every human will experience at some point. While it may not be putting off a project…

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Finding Your Stakeholders

Categorized: Academic Success, Leadership

In both our Finding Your Why and Council Surge Interactive Workshops, we talk about the importance of working with stakeholders.…

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The Importance of International Pronouns Day

Categorized: LGBTQ+ Issues

Hi, my name is Victoria Alexander, I use she/her/hers pronouns, and today is International Pronouns Day! International Pronouns Day began…

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We Absolutely Matter

Categorized: Diversity

Watch this important message from Sam Hyun about the AAPI Community and why the Absolutely Matter. 

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Managing The Red Zone

Categorized: Sexual Violence Prevention

A widely discussed concept, the Red Zone refers to the first six to ten weeks of the Fall semester when…

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Fall 2021: Lessons From My Family Vacation

Categorized: Leadership

This summer I had the opportunity to go on a family vacation to Jackson, WY. The combination of people, views,…

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I Chose Comfort

Categorized: Motivation & Inspiration

Everyone stutters ; I just do it when I speak I’ve had a severe stutter my whole life, and in…

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When Anxiety is Getting the Better of You

Categorized: Mental Health

Many of us are no stranger to anxiety. It’s all too easy to live our lives in fear because we’re…

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