CAMPUSPEAK Virtual Impact Programming is a free resource for students & professional staff that delivers important ideas to empower students to make a difference in their communities and in their own lives. The series is designed to bring new ideas and thinking to higher education, spark conversations on hot topics, and provide high impact education to participants.
CAMPUSPEAK will be offering programs throughout the year on a variety of topics, but we want to hear from you on what topics matter to you. Tell us what you would like to see on a future CAMPUSPEAK VIP events- Submit Ideas Here.
Queering Quarantine: Support & Allyship for the LGBTQ Community
By: Tara Fuller
This virtual time together is for those needing and wanting additional support around LGBTQ+ identities and for folks seeking to provide allyship while social distancing. Tara will discuss ways we can connect as a community during this time and how we can uplift the most vulnerable in our LGBTQ+ community.
The Quicksand of Social Media & Gaming
By: Cam Adair
With schools being moved to online education and self-quarantines going into effect, students may be turning to social media and gaming as a distraction or to fill their time. In particular, Gaming has been linked to a growing cause of poor academic performance, depression, and dropouts. Cam shares his personal journey of overcoming his addiction to the gaming world and offers key insights he’s learned along the way to create and remain in balance.
How to Best Support Survivors Virtually During Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Beyond
By: Brittany Piper
At a time when isolation and “shelter in place” procedures intended to protect us, there are also countless survivors of sexual and domestic violence who are struggling to find a sense of safety after being removed from the communities, environments and support systems that brought them comfort. Join Brittany Piper as she provides actionable steps to virtually support the vulnerable populations within our organizations and communities who need our support now more than ever.
Eat Your G.R.A.P.E.S.: Six Ways to Cope During COVID-19
Stress and anxiety are at an all-time high. Lauren Cook and Sara Lowery will present 6 ways to cope during this time of uncertainty. Walk away with helpful resources for balancing your time to be both successful and restful while staying inside.
When things fall apart – Managing drugs and alcohol in crisis
By: Dr. Adi Jaffe
When things get hard, it’s easy to fall back on substances and comforting behaviors that aren’t necessarily good for us. But what’s the alternative and how do we make better choices? This program answers those questions with easy to follow guidance and realistic tools.
By: Saul Flores
During this national pandemic, Saul explains how students can harness the power of grit to stay centered around purpose-driven goals. Using storytelling, discussion, and practical exercises, students will feel empowered to develop gritty habits and use grit as a tool for moving forward.
Netflix & Learn
By: Brian C. Johnson
During this time of quarantine and social distancing, you’ve probably watched several movies and binged a few shows you’ve been wanting to see. Have you ever thought of how these films and shows have/are affecting you? Many people are using movies/TV as an escape from the boredom of COVID-19. They just don’t want to hear one more coronavirus update. In your escape, it’s important not to turn your brains off but to critically engage the films/shows by asking questions. This session will give you the tools to ask “good” questions of the media you consume.
Avoiding the Quarantine – 15… Pounds
By: Nisan Trotter
In addition to being a motivational speaker, Nisan is also personal training. Nisan will share his TOP 5 Nutritional Tips To Blast Away the Stubborn Belly Fat and provide a LIVE workout showing you the best, heart-pumping metabolic exercises that burn boatloads of calories with absolutely NO equipment.
Below is a listing of past Virtual Impact Programming. Customers are welcome to access our library of programs which include a recording of the program and free resources.Access Past Programs Here
Dating in Captivity
By: Rachel DeAlto
Social distancing and quarantining are necessary, but it can certainly feel like captivity at times – just with snacks. Our biology hasn’t changed, and more than ever we are craving connection. If you’re wondering how you can still date and meet people in the midst of our current situation, relationship expert Rachel DeAlto is here to guide you through it.
Unfortunately, we are unable to share the recording until the current season has concluded.
Effective Sexual Violence Prevention for April and Beyond
By: Tim Mousseau
This program discusses how to more effectively manage our programming and prevention efforts to ensure we can make ground on this critical topic. This webinar focuses on sexual violence prevention but many of the prevention models discussed can be applied to other prevention topics.
The Masculinity Speakers Panel discussed the current research and data on masculinity, how unhealthy expressions of masculinity is expressed on college campuses, how men can change and challenge others, and why the conversation is so critical.
Originally Recorded on October 23, 2019