Session to provide overview of UW-Green Bay’s efforts on AODA issues
It’s timely, given the recent publicity at other UW campuses including Stout and others, to survey the situation at UW-Green Bay. Mark your calendar now for 3 to 4 p.m. Thursday, May 6, in the Union’s 1965 Room. That’s when an overview of the University’s “Collaborative Response to Alcohol and Other Drug Concerns” will provide an update on the various alcohol and other drug programs, services, policies, trends, research being coordinated campus-wide and possible future initiatives. Presenters will be Deb Furlong, director of institutional research; Stacie Herzog, adjunct instructor of Human Development and psychology; Amy Henniges, director of the Counseling and Health Center; Mark Olkowski, judicial affairs coordinator; Marlene Regan, coordinator for AODA prevention; and Officer Joe Rozum, Public Safety.