Presents a compilation of articles related to the growing diversity on campus and its implications for designing alcohol and other drug prevention programs and practices. The articles discuss the differences that exist between students of different backgrounds in terms of the challenges and perspectives they may experience regarding alcohol and other drug abuse risks. All articles stress the importance of developing programs that are inclusive and recognize the differences that a student population exhibits in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, and socio-economic background.
Catalyst (Spring 2007) Vol. 8 No. 3: Underserved Populations
U.S. Department of Education