Vice President Les Cook Named to National Hazing Study Commission
Les Cook, vice president for student affairs and advancement, has been named to a national commission to study prevention of fraternity hazing.
The North American Interfraternity Conference--an association representing 74 international and national men's fraternities in North America--has formed three independent commissions to study and recommend action on alcohol use, hazing and sexual violence. Over the next 18 months, each commission will conduct in-depth issue-specific research to identify innovative opportunities for the NIC and its member fraternities to tackle these issues.
"This is a critically important issue to all colleges and universities, and I am honored to have this opportunity to make a difference," Cook said. "We take hazing, alcohol abuse and sexual violence very seriously at Michigan Tech. We simply do not tolerate it."