Formed in 2013, the Hazing Prevention and Education Committee seeks to develop an array of evidence based practices to target student organizations and other university constituencies in an effort to shift the campus culture concerning hazing. Our committee strives to formulate recommendations to equip students, faculty, staff, and other stakeholders who work with student organizations with the skills and tools to proactively address hazing and intervene as appropriate. Through our committee’s work and partnerships, our aim is to cultivate a community where every student organization makes the choice to treat each member with respect and dignity.
All campus community members with an interest in hazing prevention and developing a culture of preventing harm within student groups are welcome to join the Hazing Prevention and Education Committee. Email Jenny Mason to learn more or to get involved.
The Hazing Prevention and Education Committee provides the following initiatives in order to empower individuals to prevent hazing:
Jenny Mason coordinates prevention and risk management education for all student organizations at The University of Texas at Austin. Jenny completed her undergraduate studies at Texas Christian University in Early Childhood Education and received her Master of Higher Education Administration degree at UT. Jenny brings with her vast experience of working with sorority and fraternity life communities across the country.
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