His bio may be found at the 32 NCSI site. Here is additional information:
Hank Nuwer is best known for his four young adult and adult books on the topic of hazing in society including High School Hazing and The Hazing Reader. Hank Nuwer is a writer and social critic whose specialty is thetopic of hazing as an international human rights abuse issue and USA high school and campus safety issue. His first investigative story on hazing appeared in 1978 for Human Behavior Magazine, including his groundbreakinginterview on hazing as a form of Groupthink conducted with Groupthink theorist Irving Janis of Yale University. His latest book is Sons of the Dawn: A Basque Odyssey (Shalako Press), a novel that includes bullying and hazing in the American West as a major theme.
Photo below: Hank nuwer and his buddy Casey, a black lab, now 11 years old.
He attended graduate school in New Mexico (master’s) and took additional
classes at the University of Nevada, Hamline University and University of Bridgeport Shakespeare Institute. He also
attended a workshop at the Poynter Institute as a Poynter fellow by winning a
national teaching competition for professors of journalistic writing.
Hank Nuwer has been named a Distinguished Alumnus of the State University
College of New York for his work on hazing. The school also awarded him an
honorary doctorate for his work. Ball State University Journalism named
him a member of its Hall of Fame, and BSU awarded him a
formal doctoral equivalency in 1988.
A founding board member of HazingPrevention.com, Nuwer was honored when HPO.Org
named its top award the Hank Nuwer Anti-Hazing Award.
Winners of the award include pro football quarterback Peyton Manning.
He is a board member for the Anti-Hazing Awareness Movement, a longtime
Security on Campus adviser, a Kids-in-the-House expert on bullying and a 32 NCSI advisory board expert.
He is a columnist for Stophazing.org.
He is a member of the honorary societies Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Kappa Phi.
Hank Nuwer Is a faculty member at Franklin College’s Pulliam School of Journalism (above photo). He lives near Franklin, Indiana, but he loves his visits to his land in rural Alaska and rural Nevada.
He is looking forward to Destroying Young Lives: Hazing in Schools and the Military, his fifth nonfiction book on hazing and a biography of Kurt Vonnegut in progress.
He has delivered lectures on hazing as a hazing speaker at some 130 schools, including Dartmouth, the University of Pennsylvania, University of Oregon, Indiana University and Cornell. His one-man play, The Broken Pledge, was performed by him at Buffalo State College and the University of Cincinnati.
In his personal life, he is the father of grown sons Christian and Adam, and the grandfather of Aden and Zoey. He is under the thumb of his black Lab Casey, perhaps the most spoiled critter in all Indiana. Best of all, became the husband of Malgorzata Wroblewska in May 2017. In summers and holidays, he resides with “Gosia” in Warsaw, Poland, or she resides with him in Waldron, Indiana, or Alexander Creek and Tok, Alaska.