Thank you for your interest in sharing a “promising practice” at Summit 2016 and/or co-developing a working session on an “emerging practice area.”  

This form offers the opportunity for you to submit one or both of the following to the Summit 2016 Planning Committee:

1. A Promising Practice for the Pop-up Market for Innovations

Tell us about a promising practice, tool, initiative, resource, policy, etc that you would like to share at the Summit because you think others will be interested in learning about it and potentially adapting and implementing it on their campus. The purpose of the Pop-up Market for Innovations is for community of practice members to build awareness about their promising practices through a 5-10 minute "pitch" to small audiences circulating around the Market. Your task is to quickly and meaningfully engage folks in the marketplace to look at and think a bit about your promising practice and how it might fit into their campus context.

2. An Emerging Practice Area for Co-Developing a Deep Dive Working Session

Propose an idea you are grappling with, a challenge you are facing, a question or a resource/policy/process/strategy you are working on that you would like to collaborate with the Planning Committee to develop into a working session for Summit 2016. The purpose of these working sessions will be to leverage experience and skills from across the community of practice to enhance collective capacity for advancing efforts to develop mentally healthy campus communities.

Potential Working Session Categories:

- Alcohol and substance use policies
- Campus mental health and wellbeing strategies – from development to implementation
- Developing and applying a “mental health and wellbeing lens” to post-secondary policies 
- Dialogue as a mechanism for engagement and change
- Evaluation of settings and whole systems approaches
- Learning environments and instructor/faculty engagement
- Sexual violence prevention and responses / Promoting the development of healthy relationships
- Other