Student Leadership

Features four institutions, the University of Missouri—Columbia, Arizona State University, University of North Carolina Wilmington, and the University of Southern Maine, that have succeeded in involving students strategically and effectively by re-conceptualizing their relationship with students as an opportunity to mentor the next generation of prevention leaders. The report highlights that students provide a unique perspective on alcohol and other drug and violence (AODV) prevention and can be valuable assets to any AODV prevention planning team. 

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