Anti-Hazing Speaker: Lianne Kowaik

October 8th: 11:15 am - 12:15 pm @ Great Hall

Lianne and Brian Kowiak’s son Harrison was an accomplished athlete and scholar, attending Lenoir-Rhyne University on a golf and academic scholarship. Harrison lost his life because of fraternity hazing during his sophomore year in college at the age of 19. Today, Lianne is a hazing prevention advocate and board member of, having spoken to thousands of students at universities and high schools. Her mission is to raise awareness and education about the dangers of hazing and to save lives. Lianne and Brain live in Tampa, and their daughter Emma is in college. The family chooses to “pay if forward” and individuals awarded the scholarship attend the Hazing Prevention Institute and are awarded a travel stipend.

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