Participants representing Clemson's Greek community have designed a research project that aims to define the problems associated with alcohol and drug misuse in the Greek community at Clemson University and to implement action steps based on sound evidence to mitigate the negative consequences associated with that misuse. The team is made up of Greek student leaders who are passionate about making a difference in their community and ultimately creating a plan to reduce alcohol and drug abuse among members. The team has conducted IRB and National PanHellenic approved focus groups and is in the process of coding the data. This poster reflects a preliminary analysis of that data.
Bokman, A.; Fehling, A.; Keller, A.; Mcllwain, A.; Weekley, A.; Ingram, B.; Lister, C.; Miller, E.; Godbold, J.; Stewart, K.; Holba, K.; Shuler, K.; Schoemer, L.; Rhoden, P.; O'Neil, S.; York, S.; and Goree, J., "Greek community needs assessment: Reducing the negative impact of alcohol and drugs" (2014). Focus on Creative Inquiry. 50.