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DAPA Subcommittees

Check out the pages below to learn more about each of DAPA’s subcommittees:     Community Education and Outreach, Events, Grants, Public Relations, and Promotion & Design.

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Subcommittee: President House: Lowell Year: 2014 Concentration: Psychology, secondary in Global Health and Health Policy Email: [email protected] Other Affiliations: Kappa Alpha Theta, PAF, Circle of Women Biography: Margaret is a junior in Lowell House concentrating in Psychology with a secondary in Global Health and Health Policy. She joined DAPA her freshman year and is currently the President. Margaret …

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Community Education and Outreach

The Community Education and Outreach (CEO) subcommittee is charged with managing the way DAPA as an organization interacts with Harvard and the greater community. CEO’s mission is to provide the facts about and the forums to discuss substance use at Harvard and in general. It’s members work closely with the other subcommittees to ensure the …

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The Events subcommittee is responsible for organizing events on campus that foster togetherness among the student community while reflecting the mission of DAPA. It strives to be creative in its planning, providing Harvard undergraduates with a healthy and refreshing escape from the rigors of Ivy League life. As Events aims for a larger role in …

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DAPA grants is a subcommittee of DAPA that allocates funds towards student-run social events on campus. DAPA grants is funded by the Undergraduate Council. The subcommittee consists of 7 DAPAs and is overseen by the Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Services (AODS). Grants meets once per week to review applications.  DAPA grants seeks to …

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Promotion and Design

The Promotion and Design (PD) team is the face of DAPA. PD is responsible for DAPA branding, publicity, and design. We promote DAPA events and increase visibility on campus through creative messaging, poster campaigns, and product design and distribution. The function of PD’s creations is to 1) encourage safe practices on campus through public messaging …

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Public Relations

The Public Relations subcommittee is responsible for maintaining DAPA’s website, Facebook, and Twitter accounts. It uses an innovative program called Hootsuite to integrate social media accounts, allowing it to more efficiently promote events. Feeding off the energy from the ‘Make it NASD’ music video, which was a great success, its members will produce music videos for many events …

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