April 4th – 6th, 2024, St. Louis, Missouri
This regional conference educates students and professionals about student leadership, peer education and prevention strategies in relation to alcohol, drugs and other wellness topics. Whether you are actively working in peer education, prevention or law enforcement, would like to network with your peers, or are just interested in learning more about these topics, you are encouraged to attend! This conference has something for everyone!
Who should attend?
This will be a great learning opportunity for college students and professionals, whether you are working in prevention, residence life, fraternity and sorority life, student activities, or another discipline. Geared toward the college population, this conference offers program presentations and workshops for student peer educators as well as prevention and student affairs professionals.
Why should I attend?
Prevention on college campuses is not an easy task! Any opportunity to learn new techniques and strategies and network with other students and professionals is an opportunity not to be missed. We also realize that limited budgets make it difficult for many to attend some of the larger, national conferences, so we want to bring some of the national speakers to you in a more affordable format!
- A fantastic lineup of single-issue institutes and large-theme showcases!
- A full lineup of sessions for law enforcement and campus public safety personnel!
- National and local experts presenting as key-note speakers!
To learn more about MOM, visit the following website: http://mom.missouri.edu./
Applications are no longer being accepted for the 2023 Meeting of the Minds Conference.