AU Reports: Hazing and Other Prominent Studies

Trustee Task Force Report on Greek Life - June 4, 2002
The Trustee Task Force on Greek Life, which recommended to the Alfred University Board of Trustees that the University no longer recognize fraternities and sororities, details its findings in this report.

New York State Business Climate Study - November 1, 2001
In this second round of the business climate study, we found even more uncertainty about the future among small businesses in New York State.

Lethal Violence in Schools - August 1, 2001
High school students responding to this national survey say that a desire for revenge is behind most school violence. They also say that as many as 10 percent of their classmates may be inclinded toward violence.

New York State Business Climate Study - May 1, 2001
Small firms are clearly critical to the development of new businesses and processes, yet there is little attention paid to their perceptions of the economy and how those perceptions might affect their decisions.

National High School Hazing Study - August 1, 2000
Hazing to join high school organizations, from marching bands to church groups, from athletic teams to Greek organizations, is more prevalent than previously believed.

National Survey: Initiation Rites and Athletics for NCAA Sports Teams - August 30, 1999
This study established a baseline of information on hazing in intercollegiate athletics. It included all NCAA divisions for both male and female sports.

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