In June 2011, Bucknell joined 31 other colleges and universities from across the country to form the National College Health Improvement Project (NCHIP) Learning Collaborative on High-Risk Drinking.
The unprecedented initiative is using comprehensive evaluation and measurement techniques to identify and implement the most effective ways to tackle high risk drinking, a persistent problem that affects nearly 4 out of 10 college students in America.
Bucknell recognizes the importance of alcohol education and reducing high-risk drinking. That is why Bucknell has committed to making the collaborative effort a permanent part of campus.
The Bucknell Collaborative on High-Risk Drinking is committed to the reduction of high risk drinking through education, policy evaluation,assessment, and other initiatives in order to ensure a healthy Bucknell student experience and a rich residential environment.
Current members include:
Melissa Allen — student educator for Bucknell Student Health
Steve Barilar — Chief of public safety
Judy Grisel — professor of psychology
Josh Hartman — director of residential education
Lindsey Hahn — administrative assistant, housing services
Andy Hirsch — assistant vice presidents for communications
Douglas Lauver — public safety operations Captain
Chip Marrara — assistant dean of students
Kathleen Grimes — compliance officer & Title IX coordinator
Alex McPherson '17 — major: undeclared
Rich Pisano '16 — majors: biomedical engineering, history
John Ptacek — professor of psychology
Dan Remley — associate dean of students
Jim Shaynak — assistant dean of admissions
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