Webinar: 12 Things to Know About College Cannabis Use
Cannabis use by college students is very different today compared with even a decade ago. Increases in potency and recent legislative changes in cannabis laws have generated many questions and concerns among education leaders and parents. Higher education professionals have asked to be up-to-date on new evidence related to serious problems associated with cannabis use.
In response, this one-hour webinar will provide the latest information on cannabis, the extent and methods of use among college students, and the connections to academic engagement, student performance, and mental health. We will review key points for conversations with students and offer the opportunity for participants to share experiences and challenges. Tips for identifying at-risk students and strategies for intervening with high-risk students will also be shared.
Dr. Amelia Arria
Professor, University of Maryland School of Public Health
Co-Director, Maryland Collaborative to Reduce College Drinking and Related Problems
The content of this webinar might be particularly useful for higher education professionals, but we invite other health care providers, policy makers, parents, and community members to attend.
There is no cost to attend, but registration is required.
Webinar Air Dates
January 23, 2019
Register at go.umd.edu/jan23webinar
February 5, 2019*
Register at go.umd.edu/feb5webinar
For more information, please contact Malinda Kennedy at firstname.lastname@example.org.