Josie is registering for classes as a freshman. Her orientation advisor asks the room if anyone knows what radicalization is. Josie does not know.
Josie opens the module. The first scene shows two young females in a college dorm. Joise watches a video of Carly and Marie. The activity shows Marie spending long hours on web forums, will not talk to people of color on the floor, and has been talking more about conspiracies. Josie identifies Marie as beginning to show concerning behavior and is provided with a list of resources like UMPD, the RA, the Health Center, and MICA.
Josie returns to campus two months later for freshman move in. She meets her roommate Kelly for the first time. Two months later Josie notices that Kelly hides her computer screen and keeps retweeting political and religious accounts on twitter. Josie is reminded of the activity from orientation. Josie speak with a campus representative from PNP. They coach her through starting conversations with Kelly about her behaviors. Kelly was in the process of radicalizing through white nationalist webpages. Kelly visited the Counseling Center and spoke to a counselor about her feelings. She was invited to sit in on a diversity support group for marginalized individuals on campus. Kelly no longer engages with those narratives.