Melissa_Ertl_UniversityatAlbany_headshot
Melissa Ertl 
read more

As a 21-year-old junior in college, I was deployed to Iraq. That call came right in the middle of the first semester. I went from being a college student sitting in classrooms to patrolling the streets of Iraq. My very first day in country we took mortar fire and the first week on patrol my truck was hit by an I.E.D. (Improvised Explosive Devise). Big change from being in the classroom and worrying about getting homework done!
 

read more

"There is now a resurgent interest in reestablishing a system for campuses to efficiently work together and learn from each other," Dr. James Lange of The Ohio State University writes.

read more

"For students in recovery from a substance use disorder, the overall collegiate environment can be frightening and isolating," writes Diane Fedorchak from UMass Amherst. 

read more

As Americans enjoy their summer vacations, the campus police chiefs and public safety directors serving our nation’s 4,200 colleges and universities are already turning their attention to the challenges their agencies will face in the new academic year. One of these challenges is keeping their students and campus communities safe from the adverse impacts of drug abuse.

read more

Pages

By clicking "Submit" you will be leaving the site to complete your email subscription on an external site.