Using evidence-based strategies to reduce college drinking and related problems
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In 2014, the Maryland General Assembly passed a ban on the retail sale of extreme-strength alcohol (190 proof and above) in Maryland.
Public health professionals raised concerns about powdered alcohol and in 2016 the Maryland General Assembly extended a ban on the retail sale of powdered alcohol in the state.
In July 2020, University of Maryland, College Park is the most recent college to join the Maryland Collaborative. Since the Collaborative originated, it has steadily...
This report describes the process of creating and administering the Maryland College Alcohol Survey, and provides the aggregate results from the first year of the survey (2014).
Since the Maryland Collaborative originated, it has steadily grown to include a diverse group of colleges and universities, ranging from four-year institutions and community colleges to liberal arts schools.