The BACCHUS Network, a university collaboration that focuses on health and safety issues including alcohol and drug abuse and other high-risk behaviors, will merge on Jan. 1 with NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, the organizations announced Thursday. "This merger between NASPA and BACCHUS significantly expands the range of resources available to student affairs professionals working in the health and wellness area," NASPA President Kevin Kruger said in a statement. "For 38 years, The BACCHUS Network has been providing networking, educational and programming opportunities to college peer health educators and their advisors on a national and regional level. We are thrilled to have all of this available to NASPA members.”
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