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2018 PDI

#MeToo on Campus

Friday, April 20, 2018
UW-Eau Claire
HSS Building – Room 226
239 Water St.
Eau Claire, WI

Featured Topics:

• Title IX overview as it relates to assault, dating violence, stalking, Violence Against Women Act, etc
• Walking through cases on campus—what to expect (initial complaint through adjudication)
• Complainant and the respondent—a look at guilt via public opinion
• How do we advocate for survivors’ rights when we get back to campus?

Bill Mueller, WCPA President at; 414-229-6448 or
Jacqueline Bonneville, WCPA President-Elect at or 715.232-3492
Registration Information

Professional Conference Attendee Registration – $80*
Student Registration – $55*

*Price includes registration fees, refreshments and lunch

2018 PDI Registration Link 

Registration Deadline: 4/13/18


Tentative Schedule
9:00 AM – 9:30 AM — Registration/check-in
9:30 AM – 12:00 PM — Welcome & Opening Sessions
12:00-1:00 PM— Lunch & small-group discussion
1:00-3:30 PM— Afternoon sessions
3:30- 3:45 PM— PDI Conclusion


Hotel Information
The Lismore Hotel Eau Claire – a DoubleTree by Hilton

333 Gibson St.
Eau Claire, WI 54701
Call 715-835-8888 to reserve a room in our block. Please reference group code JBG when booking. State rate available. You can also click this link to book a room online.


Past WCPA Professional Development Institutes

2017 PDI: Supporting Undocumented Students

2016 PDI: Serving Indigenous Students

2014 PDI: Assessment in Student Affairs

2013 PDI: Students In Transition: From Entry to Academic Success

2012 PDI: Creating a culture of Civility & Responsibility

2011 PDI: From At-Risk to At-Promise in the Blink of an Educator’s Eye

2010 PDI: Student Learning: Building Student Affairs Capacity for Academic Collaboration

2009 PDI: Working with Millennial Students, Professional Staff and Their Parents

2008 PDI: Alcohol and Today’s College Student

2007 PDI: The Ins and Outs of Online Communities and Technology: Best Practices and Strategies to Effectively Work With Our Students

2005 PDI: Mental Health & Today’s College Student

2004 PDI: The College Male Today: Challenges and Opportunities in Engaging Men on Campus