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2014-2015 ATOD Advisory Council Sub Committees and Goals

Policy Committee (Ty Ramsower/Susan Ashe—Co-Chairs)

  • Develop strategies to collect data on Place of Last Drink of students who violate policy
  • Broadly disseminated policy across the Cal Poly Pomona community
  • Increase visibility of the Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) Advisory Council and raise awareness of its role/contributions to the campus community

Compliance Committee (Debbie Jackley/ Kris Surber—Co-Chairs)

  • Complete the 2012-14 DFSCA Federal Mandated Biennial Program Review
  • Gather required data for completion of future DFCA and CSU reports
  • Complete the annual DSA division report
  • Establish consistent enforcement of sanctions
  • Increase visibility of the ATOD Advisory Council and raise awareness of its role/contributions to the campus community

Tobacco/Smoke-Free Policy and Programming Committee (Andrea Lueskow/Karina Salas—Co-Chairs)

  • Broadly disseminate policy surrounding tobacco and nicotine dispensing devices across the Cal Poly Pomona community
  • Develop strategies to change the tobacco use culture at CPP by providing knowledge, skills and tool to create local change for healthier communities (adapted from CYAN 2014)
  • Promote Cessation Strategies to CPP students
  • Explore process and implications for becoming a "smoke-free" campus

Data/Research Committee (Carla Jackson/ Dr. Jim Sturges —Co-Chairs)

  • Examine available research data (NCHA, CIRP, etc.) to identify areas of concern
  • Identity proactive use of the ATOD education/intervention software program for Cal Poly Pomona
  • Conduct problem analysis by (1) gathering data on the nature and scope of ATOD problem; (2) examine existing resources and assets; (3) analyze and summarize the information to clarify needs and opportunities
  • Increase visibility of the ATOD Advisory Council and raise awareness of its role/contributions to the campus community

Programming Committee (Fernando Diaz/Erin DeRosa—Co-Chairs)

  • Host the annual campus-wide alcohol awareness event, BE SMART
  • Identity proactive use of the ATOD education/intervention software program for Cal Poly Pomona
  • Sponsor ATOD education and prevention programs
  • Increase visibility of the ATOD Advisory Council and raise awareness of its role/contributions to the campus community
  • Increase visibility of ATOD prevention messages