During this mini-track, we will discuss a variety of types of writing related to student conduct issues. Specific topics will include: language in your code (less or more legalistic, inclusive, restorative, etc.); letters and forms; general correspondence (e-mails, who to include, what not to put in writing, ACP, etc.); rationale writing for conduct cases and investigations; and writing tips/best practices (tense, pronouns, capitalization, etc.), Broad topics will include grammar, confidentiality, succinctness, language trends, and emotion-influenced writing. This content may be useful for professionals at all levels, as well as individuals who work in conduct-adjacent areas such as Title IX, BIT and case management. Participants will have opportunities for practical application, editing of documents, and discussing case studies or individual concerns.
To view presenter biographies please visit our Meet The Gehring Team page.
- Michael Fernbacher: faculty
- Alex Lewin: faculty