Education and Information Report: Chairperson
needed for this group.
Letter and brochure was sent to faculty asking them to
plan AOD prevention activities into their syllabi for
next semester, see example. Cameron Geisert's Lifestyle
Assessment class is bringing in a speaker from the Counseling
Kathy did an “Alcohol Poisoning Prevention”
and “Encouraging Moderation in a Binge Drinking
Environment” educational presentations for Residence
Life January 5.
Greek Council is planning to take the e-CHUG on-line alcohol
assessment on February 1.
Two Criminal Justice classes take the e-CHUG tomorrow.
Audio-teleconferences/Webinars Thursdays at 2:00 p.m.
in the Cottonwood Room of the Student Center, see handout
1/19/06 Underage Drinking in College: Wet vs. Dry Campuses
2/23/06 How to Effectively Defend the Minimum Legal
3/23/06 A Global Look at Youth Drinking
Core Alcohol and Drug Survey starts in classes tomorrow.
Neighborhood Relations: Contact Kathy
Mohlfeld at 375-7321 for more information
Sending a letter to parents of those turning 21 warning
of birthday bar crawls and “power hours”,
see example. SADD already sends a postcard to the college
student having the 21st birthday. Nearly 300 students
turn 21 between September and April.
“The Wayne Stater” agreed to run social norm
data from the leisure study done several years ago in
their filler space.
Lance Webster and Jessica Benoit of the Wayne Police Department
and Karen Granberg and Kathy Mohlfeld of the Counseling
Center will be attending the “Creating environmental
change” alcohol and drug problems workshops offered
by The Network in February. A follow-up workshop is being
offered in April and others are welcome to attend.
Policy and Enforcement: Next Safe Ride
meeting is 2/10/2006 at 3:00 p.m. in the Counseling Center.
- Total #’s Feb. 10, 2005 through January 20,
- 3,101 passengers
- Averages Feb. 10, 2005 through January 20, 2006
- 97 passengers/night
- Wildcat Wheels yard signs and banners are in use-Thanks
to Norfolk Beverage for them making for us.
NU on Wheels program doing very well and requested an
increase from $60,000 to $95,000 for their annual budget.
First 2 Thursday nights have been busy for law enforcement.
Wildcat Wheels budget will be paying for brochure reprints
of “So What Is There To Do At Wayne State?”
and the TRUST Coalition social norms/leisure study brochure
Wildcat Wheels is co-sponsoring with SAB to bring the
drunk driving simulator to campus this semester. More
details to follow at next meeting.
We will be running cabs on St. Patrick’s Night,
which is a Friday this year.
Social Environment: Students wanting
to participate in committee, please
contact Lin Brummels for more information at 375-7557,
or stop by SC 103.
Amy Franco, Senior Resident Assistant for Morey Hall
is coordinating social information for Morey and Pile
Halls. Lin will be sharing with her the information that
this committee compiles.
“this place.” video now available at Conn
Library, see attachment.
New Study Reports Alcohol Ads Increases Chance of Youthful
An article published in the Archives of Pediatrics &
Adolescent Medicine, reports on the results of a longitudinal
study conducted to investigate the effect of exposure
to alcohol advertising on youthful drinking. To read the
article, visit http://archpedi.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/full/160/1/18
Upcoming meetings: February 22, March 22, and April 19,