College-Student Alcohol Use & Fraternity Hazing
I offer consulting and expert-witness services on the topics of college-student alcohol use and fraternity hazing.
My research and writing in these areas have been cited in academic journal articles as well as the popular press. My doctoral-dissertation work was prominently featured in Hank Nuwer’s Wrongs of Passage: Fraternities, Sororities, Hazing, and Binge Drinking (Indiana University Press, 1999). I also contributed a chapter to Mr. Nuwer’s The Hazing Reader (Indiana University Press, 2004), entitled “Hazing and Alcohol in a College Fraternity.”
Publications such as the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Christian Science Monitor, the (Bloomington, IN) Herald-Times, the (Nashville, TN) Tennessean, the (Fort Worth, TX) Star-Telegram, the (Portland, OR) Oregonian, and (London) Times Higher Education have utilized me as a resource.
My thesis, Alcohol and the Chosen Few: Organizational Reproduction in an Addictive System (Indiana University, 1995), is available online: click here.