Director and/or Senior Conduct Officer


The Director/Senior Conduct Officer track is a four-day intensive focused on advanced issues and topics germane to today’s leaders in student conduct. This track is most relevant for Chief Conduct Administrators, Dean of Students, SSAOs, and others who already have multiple years of experience in student conduct. The track will utilize brief lectures on advanced topic areas, but will focus on small group activities, seminar, and case studies. Topics include: campus protests, mental health, online / digital behavior, assessment, sexual misconduct, working with minors, free speech, campus climate, supervision, social media, policy and compliance, etc.




Adam Jussel: Track Coordinator– serves as the Dean of Students for University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Before UWM, Adam was the Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct/Community Standards at Washington State University. He previously represented WSU as an assistant attorney general, and has a certification in higher education law and policy from NASPA Adam served as a faculty member for the Foundations Track at the 2018 Gehring Academy, and has been fortunate to speak at a number of conferences about how to better serve students, including the National Conference on Law and Higher Education, University of Vermont Legal Issues Conference, the National Conference on Campus Sexual Assault and Violence.  Adam was also a member of NASPA’s Culture of Respect CORE Constructs Advisory Board. Adam received his juris doctorate from Seattle University and his Bachelor of Science in Business Information Systems from California Lutheran University.