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The CCSA Advisory Board is made up of 17 faculty members that represent 12 different centers/institutes and 14 different departments across multiple Penn State campus locations. This diversity in expertise helps assure that the CCSA can be broad in our approach to solving the vast problem of substance abuse.

Member College, Department, Campus Center Affiliation
Michael Behney School of Public Affairs, Public Policy, Harrisburg Institute of State and Regional Affairs
Linda Collins College of Health and Human Development, Human Development and Family Studies, University Park The Methodology Center
Daniel ‘Max’ Crowley College of Health and Human Development, Human Development and Family Studies, University Park Consortium for Integrated Data Systems
Patricia ‘Sue’ Grigson College of Medicine, Neural and Behavioral Science, Hershey Addiction Center for Translation
Nikki Hill College of Nursing, Nursing, University Park Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence
Tracey Huston Penn State Outreach and Online Education, University Park  
Derek Kreager College of the Liberal Arts, Sociology and Criminology, University Park Criminal Justice Research Center
Douglas Leslie College of Medicine, Public Health Sciences, Hershey Center for Applied Studies in Health Economics
Paul Morgan College of Education, Education Policy Studies, University Park Center for Educational Disparities Research
Adam Muchmore Penn State Law, University Park  
Jenae Neiderhiser College of the Liberal Arts, Psychology, University Park Child Study Center
Daniel Perkins College of Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural Economics, Sociology, and Education, University Park Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness, Penn State Cooperative Extension
Erika Saunders College of Medicine, Psychiatry, Hershey Addiction Center for Translation
Dennis Scanlon College of Health and Human Development, Health Policy and Administration, University Park Center for Health Care and Policy Research
Michael Stefan Government and Community Relations, University Park  
Glenn Sterner Criminal Justice, Abington  
Ashton Verdery College of the Liberal Arts, Sociology and Criminology, University Park Population Research Institute