Oct
31
2011
We're excited to be exhibiting at this year's American Public Health Association (APHA) 139th annual conference in Washington DC.  This year's conference features over 12,000 public health professionals fro
kathy watson
Oct
31
2011
With motor vehicle crashes the leading cause of death for 16- to 20-year olds, The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility has been supportive of legislation that helps to inform
Oct
28
2011
The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility tirelessly pioneers the way when it comes to educating teens on the dangers of drunk driving and underage drinking.  New Zealand’s latest anti-drunk driving ad hits the nail on the he
Bryan Clay
Oct
27
2011
We're very happy to announce that Bryan Clay, Gold medalist decathlete from the 2008 Olympics, is signing on with the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility’s
Oct
26
2011
The students at the University of Alabama have rushed to Twitter to urge former NBA all-star MVP and Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility spokesperson Shaquille O&rsquo
Oct
22
2011
With Alcohol Awareness Week coming to an end, it’s time for college campuses as a whole, and individuals and groups within the campus community, to engage in more concerted and dedicated action. 
Oct
21
2011
Practitioners in college alcohol prevention recognize the value of student involvement in reshaping the campus drinking culture. Students are our focus for interventions and our greatest asset when exploring ways to reach their peers.
Oct
20
2011
Dr. Thomas Vander Ven, a sociologist at Ohio University recently published a book, Getting Wasted: Why College Students Drink Too Much and Party Too Hard. Dr.
Oct
19
2011
Research shows that heavy drinking in college is linked to school failure, illness, sexual victimization, and other catastrophic outcomes, including death.
Oct
18
2011
We held an educational briefing today on Capitol Hill, featuring several different and novels ways of addressing college binge drinking.
Oct
18
2011
With Alcohol Awareness Week upon us, a concern by many individuals who wish to be involved revolves around a feeling of being all alone.
Oct
17
2011
As presidents, we hardly need to be reminded of the dangers of overconsumption of alcohol by students.
Oct
16
2011
As a part of National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week, we will be posting thoughts from leaders in binge drinking research and prevention. To start things off, we're thrilled to present an essay by Dr. Hugh Gusterson, Professor of Anthropology...
Oct
13
2011
We had the pleasure to attend the Lets Move in School stakeholder meeting yesterday, at our partner NASPE’s corporate headquarters.  Many
Oct
13
2011
The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility commends MADD’s increased focus on drug impaired driving and proactive work to serve victims of drugged driving crashes. While alcohol-impaired traffic deaths have declined to the lowest...
Oct
12
2011
Our 20th Anniversary dinner last night was a success! Thank you to our member companies, partners, and community members, including our 20 People to Watch, who came out to celebrate last night.
Oct
11
2011
Right now we're celebrating our The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility's 20th Anniversary at the Newseum in Washington DC.
Oct
11
2011
As the last (but certainly not least) of our 20 People to Watch, we would like to honor Shamila Kohestani.
Oct
06
2011
From The Globe and Mail
Oct
05
2011
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released results on impaired driving from an analysis of the 2010 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Survey reporting that the number of self-reported alcohol-impaired driving
Oct
04
2011
Our newest Person to Watch is Yul Edwards, Chief of Staff to Representative Danny K. Davis.