Dr. Sameer Hinduja was invited to keynote the annual conference of the University of Buffalo's Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention.
In September 2012, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology Dr. Sameer Hinduja was invited to keynote the annual conference of the University of Buffalo's Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention, as this year's theme was "Understanding and Addressing Cyberbullying." According to the Director of the Alberti Center: "Sameer Hinduja's presentation to our diverse audience of educators, law enforcement agents, and social service providers was informative, engaging, and extremely well-received. Participants across the board rated the presentation as "Excellent" (with some people putting several stars next to their ratings), praising Sameer as being knowledgable, passionate, genuine, intelligent, and practical. We loved the balance of research, analysis of relevant legal cases, text polling, videos, and practical solutions focusing on creating a positive school climate. The only downside is that he is going to be a hard act to follow in our future events!"
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