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What Faculty Can Do
Ways you can support prevention efforts and assist students in evaluating their beliefs
Identifying and Confronting Students at Risk
Because of your frequent interaction with the students, you may recognize that they are having problems. Get more information on how to confront a student at risk.
Curriculum Infusion
Curriculum infusion is the process of integrating alcohol prevention content into courses across the curriculum. Find out more about curriculum infustion and ways you can participate in this program.
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College Drinking: How Faculty Can Change the Culture, a resource provided by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board
IUP Alcohol and Drug Judicial SanctionsDocument icon
Sanctions for violating university alcohol/drug policies, on or off campus
Social Norming and Social Marketing
Social norms are beliefs held by individuals about attitudes and behaviors that are perceived to be normal. Find out more about social norms as they relate to drug and alcohol use on college campuses.
Test your BASICS knowledge
Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) is a scientifically proven and effective strategy (as recognized by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism) to reduce high-risk and underage drinking by college and university students.
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