Outhouse Educational Programs

Cybersecurity And Our Presence Online

December 7th, 2018 - 7:00 PM, Iowa Theatre IMU


The main topics detailed in this presentation will be basic personal cybersecurity, our online presence, and what can stem from how much information we put about ourselves online. The goal of this educational is to have students thinking in a "secure mindset", in order to protect themselves from the recent slew of cybersecurity threats. 
To be concise, this presentation will cover the following: Basic password security/password managers, virus/malware protection, phishing, doxxing/cyberbullying, and clear up misconceptions surrounding hacking/security. Students will be provided with information and resources they can use in order to protect themselves and their computers. As it relates to the core value of Greek Life educationals, this presentation will enable students to be socially responsible in their use of technology, and will cover the mental health effects of our lives becoming entangled with the internet and the consequences of cyberbullying/doxxing.

Spring Semester

10 Rules for Dealing with Police 

February 2nd 2018, 6:00 PM, 2nd Floor Ballroom 

Do you know what to do if you are stopped by the police?

Student Legal Services will be screening "10 Rules for Dealing with the Police," a short video from Flex Your Rights. Following the screening, SLS attorneys will facilitate a panel discussion featuring a Prosecutor, Police Officer, Defense Attorney, and a Civil Rights Attorney regarding interactions with the police. There will also be free snacks and door prizes.

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Chapter Educational Information

Form C - Are you planning an educational for your chapter? Complete this form at your event.

If your chapter is looking for possible educational programs to do within your chapter, please check out this resource for ideas for topics and presenters for chapter educational programs. New programs will be listed soon!
 Each of the following offerings above are available for chapters to receive out-house educational credit from their respective council. If you have questions about a particular event, please contact Erin McHale in CSIL.

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 Community Educational Information

Form E - Do you want your educational program to count as an FSL Educational Opportunity? Complete this form for it to be considered.

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