Just Say Know: A Contemporary look at Cannabis and the College Environment

with Matt Vogel

About This Course

In this session, we will explore current dynamics related to cannabis and the college environment as laws continue to shift in the United States. A snapshot will be provided of current cannabis trends and how to reach out to students in a relevant ways. We will examine strategies for capacity building in our communities regardless of the legal status of cannabis in individual states.

Learning Outcomes

By engaging in this session, participants will:

  • evaluate the strengths and challenges of regulated cannabis laws;
  • differentiate current cannabis products and their potential impacts;
  • learn strategies to address cannabis use across the social-ecological spectrum through application of existing prevention frameworks, with an examination of harm reduction-based strategies; and
  • differentiate Federal and State marijuana laws.

Pricing

This session is $99 for NASPA members, $149 for non-members. Pricing will be accurately reflected in your cart.

Accessing the Presentation

Once you complete your registration, you will be able to access the course by clicking on the "Login" button at the top of this page (or any page on olc.naspa.org).

  • You will be asked to login with your NASPA user name and password. Once you have done so, you will hit continue and be redirected to your dashboard in the Online Learning Community.

  • You will find the session listed under "Enrolled."

  • This session is recorded. By clicking into, "Contents," you will find the session recording, resources, and PowerPoint slides. You may view the materials as many times as you'd like, at whatever pace you would like.

  • If you have any difficulty accessing the materials, please contact Jace Kirschner (jkirschner@naspa.org).





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