(Addiction Professional, October 17)  Marijuana-related problems appear to be growing more prominent on college campuses, where students' perception of risk from use is declining, but results of a new survey suggest a lack of awareness of the situation among the college administrators most in a position tomarijuana joint effect change.

The Hazelden Betty Ford Institute for Recovery Advocacy and the philanthropic Mary Christie Foundation today released results of a survey of academic professionals at a national forum on college student substance use held at the University of Maryland. The survey of professionals in academic affairs, student affairs and student health found that while most administrators on the front lines of student health services see marijuana use as a serious problem on their campus, most administrators in the farther removed roles of academic and student affairs do not. Read more.

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