The Equity and Inclusive Practices in Student Conduct Track is a four-day curriculum designed to provide space to promote equitable and inclusive practices within one's own professional practice to be implemented into one's campus communities. Some of the content covered within this track will be:
- Foundations of social justice in student conduct
- Critical reflection of policy and procedure
- Individual reflection on identity and positionality in personal practice
- Tools to promote change
- Examining power and privilege in the system of student conduct
This track is perfect for those with only a few years experience, or for seasoned professionals who have the ability to promote change in their own communities. Participants could include conduct administrators, student affairs staff from senior administrators through first time practitioners.
To view presenter biographies please visit our Meet The Gehring Team page.
Dr. James Lorello (Track Coordinator)
Christine Nye (Faculty Fellow)
Ali Martin Scoufield (Faculty)
Sarah McDowell Shupp (Faculty)
Dr. Kyle Williams (Faculty)