Tag: hazing

AP article about college football camps cites UMaine-led hazing study

In an article about how fewer college football programs are leaving campus for training camps, the Associated Press spoke to University of Maine professor of higher education Elizabeth Allan about a study she conducted with colleague Mary Madden, which found that 57.1% of students reported hazing was most likely to happen off campus.

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Allan writes op-ed about hazing prevention for MSNBC

Elizabeth Allan, professor of higher education at the University of Maine College of Education and Human Development, wrote an opinion piece for MSNBC about sexual assault and hazing in light of recent allegations of both behaviors in the Northwestern University football and other athletics programs.

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Patriot-News highlights StopHazing’s involvement in school district anti-hazing efforts

In an article about efforts to combat hazing in the Middletown Area School District, the Patriot-News (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania) noted a proposal in which StopHazing, an organization led by University of Maine Professor of Higher Education Elizabeth Allan, would work with the district for three years, collecting and assessing data on Middletown’s school culture through surveys and focus groups, then working with the district on a “culture shift process for hazing prevention” that would involve bystander intervention training, community outreach and other methods.

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