Drugs and Alcohol Research
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Mission Statement: The purpose of the Drugs and Alcohol Research Section is to bring together academy members with a particular interest in drugs and alcohol research; to facilitate and encourage research and theory development related to drugs and alcohol research; to encourage appropriate and effective teaching techniques and practices for drugs and alcohol research related courses; to serve as a resource network for and encourage interaction among academic, research, practitioner and policy-making sectors in order to further knowledge about drugs and alcohol research; and to encourage organization of conference sessions related to drugs and alcohol research.

 

Membership: Any current member of ACJS is welcome to join our section. We seek any members who conduct research that involves drugs and/or alcohol. Additionally, any members of the academy or students who hope to one day engage in this manner of research are encouraged to join.

Section dues are $20 for regular members and $5 for students.

To join the section, current ACJS members should contact Cathy Barth, Association Manager, at manager@acjs.org; non-members of ACJS can join ACJS and the section online or by following the instructions available on the membership page of the ACJS website.

 

Executive Board: Current members of the Executive Board are as follows:

 

Chair – Hayden Griffin, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Term of office ends: March 2019

 

Vice Chair – Bryan Miller, Georgia Southern University

Term of office ends: March 2019

 

Treasurer – John Stogner, University of North Carolina – Charlotte

Term of office ends: March 2020

 

Executive Counselor – James Hawdon, Virginia Tech

Term of office ends: March 2020

 

Executive Counselor – Holly Ventura Miller, University of North Florida

Term of office ends: March 2019

 

Executive Counselor – Heith Copes, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Term office ends: May 2018

Click here to view the Section Constitution and ByLaws.