CoVAC Events 2022

We will be adding events on a rolling basis, so please check back often.

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Strategy Sessions
Digital Media Marketing Training Series for College Personnel
Digital Media Marketing Training Series for Student Ambassadors
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CoVAC Strategy Sessions 

A benefit of being a part of a community of practice is the opportunity to connect with each other to problem-solve. Need an online space to discuss, brainstorm, and problem-solve with your colleagues about COVID-19 and more? Join us at the CoVAC Initiative Strategy Sessions. Dates and times vary, registration is required for each session. Please register with your .edu address.

Upcoming Sessions

   

Wednesday, September 7 at 3:00 PM ET 
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Tuesday, September 13 at 2:00 PM ET 
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Thursday, September 29 at 1:00 PM ET
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Thursday, October 6 at 2:00 PM ET 
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Wednesday, October 12 at 3:00 PM ET
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Meet Them Where They Are: Digital Media Marketing Training Series

CoVAC is partnering with Youth Marketing Connection to offer a series of monthly training opportunities for college personnel to learn best practices in digital media marketing for student audiences. Topics will vary and all sessions will be recorded and posted for later viewing. For questions, please email hzesiger@acha.org

PAST EVENTS


Building on Your Experience/Lessons Learned

Recorded May 3, 2022
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Recording

Paid Social Media Campaigns

Recorded April 5, 2022
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Recording

Social Media—Introducing New Campaigns (Mid-to-Advanced Level)

Recorded March 8, 2022
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Recording

Social Media—Establishing a Presence (Intro Level)

Recorded February 8, 2022
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Recording

Gen-Z Communication, Behaviors, Overview

Recorded January 11, 2022
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Recording

 


Upping Your Social Game: Digital Media Marketing Training Series for Student Ambassadors

CoVAC is partnering with Youth Marketing Connection to offer a series of monthly training opportunities for peer educators to learn best practices in digital media marketing for student audiences. Sessions will be recorded and posted here for later viewing.

Student peer educators can register here for the Digital Peer Network. For questions, please email hzesiger@acha.org.

PAST EVENTS


Lessons Learned

May 11, 2022
Recording
Handouts

Managing Burnout + Staying Organized

April 13, 2022
Recording

Planning + Executing On-Campus Events

March 16, 2022
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Recording

Social Media Best Practices

February 23, 2022
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Recording

Conflict De-Escalation

January 19, 2022
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Recording


Other Events

PAST EVENTS


Institutional Level Solutions to Reduce Employee Burnout

Many methods for addressing burnout put the burden on the individual to develop personal resilience. What might be done at the institution/community-level to reduce the conditions that produce burnout in the first place? In this free webinar, you will learn community-level strategies for ameliorating burnout. A faculty researcher and senior administrator panel will discuss how policies, cultural norms and leadership reduce burnout on their campuses, and they will offer suggestions for how you can advance solutions at your institution. This is a collaborative event with ACHA, ACE, and CUPA-HR.

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Public Health Messaging Can be Funny Too!

The Communications team at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health balances important public health messages with humor and pop culture trends in their Instagram posts, memes, reels, and more. CoVAC Digital Media Consultant and MPH student Ari Villanueva interviews Nick Moran, Associate Director of Audience Development, in this short video with tips for other campus communicators.
 

Through Struggle and Perseverance: The Disabled Student Experience on a COVID-19 Campus

Two years have passed since the inception of the COVID-19 pandemic and campuses are still working through strategies, resources, and support in response to all that the pandemic has shifted in higher education. Disabled students arguably have faced the most challenges in relation to how they have responded to COVID-19 and managed their academic progress as well as their own health and wellness during the pandemic. And yet, disabled students arguably have persevered the most throughout all of the challenges of the past two years, even highlighting the ways in which COVID-19 illuminated how ableist and disability-unfriendly campuses were prior to the start of the pandemic. This recorded webinar explores the ways in which disabled students have traversed the past two years, supports that may exist on your campus for disabled students, and how you can be a support in their pursuit of health and wellness.

Presenter: Spencer Scruggs, Director of Student Accessibility Services at Trinity University

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Data Highlights of COVID on Campus

In this presentation recorded on January 20,2022, , Christine Kukich, MS, Research Analyst at ACHA, and Gary Langer, President, Langer Research Associates, share Fall 2021 and Winter 2022 data highlights from two sources: the ACHA-NCHA and a series of Axios-Ipsos polls.

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