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Beer, Booze and Books... a sober look at higher education
     

Beer, Booze and Books... a sober look at higher education

by James Matthews
 

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"Beer, Booze and Books" provides a helpful look at college drinking issues. In addition to highlighting some of the serious concerns associated with dangerous drinking, critical information is provided for avoiding these problems. This is a campus favorite utilized on campuses around the country in the classroom, for staff training and much more.

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"Beer, Booze and Books" provides a helpful look at college drinking issues. In addition to highlighting some of the serious concerns associated with dangerous drinking, critical information is provided for avoiding these problems. This is a campus favorite utilized on campuses around the country in the classroom, for staff training and much more.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011082320
Publisher:
James Matthews
Publication date:
07/03/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
525 KB

Meet the Author

Jim Matthews is the Coordinator of Health Education at Merrimack College in Massachusetts. Prior to this position, he was the Assistant to the Vice President for Alcohol and Other Drug Programs for 13 years at Keene State College in New Hampshire where the campus newspaper identified his courses as the "most popular courses" at Keene State.


He is the author 3 books about college drinking including the campus favorite: Beer, Booze and Books...a sober look at higher education.


The NCAA has approved Jim's presentations as part of its Sports Sciences Speaker Program and he has been recognized by the New Hampshire Legislature for his work in alcohol and other drug education and abuse prevention.


He has appeared on ABC-TV, WOR-TV, CNN, NBC Radio and New Hampshire Public Radio and has been featured in numerous magazine and newspaper articles. Jim has spoken to over 400,000 students on more than 400 campuses throughout the country.


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