Pennsylvania State Trooper Stephen Limani will speak on “Alcohol and Its Dangers” at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg on Wednesday, October 16. His presentation, which will run from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Mary Lou Campana Chapel and Lecture Center, is free and open to the public.
This past summer, Pitt-Greensburg received funding from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s Bureau of Alcohol Education through the Reducing Underage Drinking and Dangerous Drinking grant program. The campus has a series of events planned throughout the academic year that will further educate its students and campus community on this topic. This program is made possible through a grant funded by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. The opinions and statements expressed in here and at the event do not necessarily represent the views of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.
“The overall goal of grant-related efforts will be to build upon our ongoing efforts to reduce underage, excessive, or otherwise dangerous consumption of alcohol and the harm that can result,” said Pam Freger, director of the campus Health Center. Freger continued, explaining that Pitt-Greensburg currently offers a variety of alcohol awareness strategies as part of first-year student orientation and freshmen seminar. “Our goal is to expand these existing activities and to implement new alcohol awareness activities to reach the entire student population.”