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Rudy, David

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Dr. Rudy has recently retired from Morehead State University where he served as  Associate Provost for Regional Engagement and  Dean of the Institute for Regional Analysis and Public Policy.. He earned the Ph. D. in sociology at Syracuse University.  Author of Becoming Alcoholic:  Alcoholics Anonymous and the Reality of Alcoholism (1986, Southern Illinois University Press) and co-editor (with Jim Orcutt) of Drugs, Alcohol, and Social Problems (2003, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc.), Rudy’s current research interests include regional program development, policy analysis, alcohol-related social movements, and drinking behavior.   Professor Rudy’s work has appeared in Sociological Analysis, Sociological Inquiry, Qualitative Sociology, Sociology and Social Welfare, Contemporary Drug Problems, The Journal of Studies on Alcohol and several anthologies.  Dean Rudy’s administrative and political roles involve intergovernmental partnerships in community and educational capacity building, economic development, and homeland security.  He and his staff have attracted funding support from EDA, HUD, NOAA, NSF, SBA, USDA, USDE, and others.

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