Upcoming Events

29 Jan

Michigan Gun Violence Prevention Virtual Summit

Michigan has passed an astounding amount of gun violence prevention legislation in 2023: universal background checks, extreme risk protection orders, safe storage, and protections for domestic violence survivors. Now, the hard work of implementing those laws begins. The main focus of the summit is to share best practices and challenges of how these new laws can be implemented effectively and equitably. We are bringing together national and local experts to explore these questions from a variety of perspectives. The event ...

Past Events

13 Nov

Internship Informational Session

Monday, November 13, 5:00 – 6:00 PM EST We are holding an Internship Informational session on Monday, November 13, from 5-6pm over Zoom. The session will include a brief presentation on the Institute and application process, a presentation from a past IFIP Intern, and lots of time for questions. Please register at this link in order to receive Zoom information. Learn more about the internship program here. For questions, please ...
12 Oct

Webinar: Bullying Prevention and Preparedness Modelling

October 12 at 3:00 P.M. EST Bullying tips are commonly triaged in Anonymous Reporting Systems (ARS). Because of their prevalence, it’s essential that school staff are prepared to respond to bullying tips and address root causes. In this webinar, hosted by the National Center for School Safety, the conclusion of a two-part series, experts will share upstream practices that will help schools reduce instances of bullying. Additionally, panelists will discuss ...
24 Oct

Webinar: Spotlight Discussion: Swatting and Hoax Considerations and Response

October 24 at 3:00 P.M. EST Swatting—making fraudulent emergency calls about serious threats—has increasingly impacted schools and first responders nationwide. These and other hoax threats negatively affect school climate and perceptions of school safety and are often felt throughout entire communities. In this upcoming roundtable discussion, hosted by the National Center for School Safety, participants will hear from a school-based team that has recently dealt with a swatting incident. Presenters ...
28 Sep

ARS Response Skill Building Panel Webinar

An Anonymous Reporting System (ARS) is one approach that schools may use to promote student safety. Tip triage and response are essential components to connecting students with appropriate services and support. In this webinar, the first of a two-part series, participants will hear from a diverse array of school safety professionals about coordinated approaches to tip scenarios. Panelists will share resources that have been helpful to them and will discuss ...
27 Sep

Design Jam: Firearm Injury Prevention & Recovery

This Design Jam is a facilitated, iterative, interactive experience for U-M students and external stakeholders to walk through a design process to generate new ways of thinking and creative ideas around the real-world challenge of preventing and recovering from future firearm injuries.
  • Design Jam – Firearm Injury Prevention and Recovery
  • 12:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. in person
  • Learn more about the event and apply (Please note: applications are open to U-M students only)
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