Candidates for the Vice Chairs and Directorate Body of the Commission for Student Conduct and Legal Issues

Commission for Student Conduct & Legal Issues
Candidates for the Vice Chairs and Directorate Body of the Commission for Student Conduct and Legal Issues Please take a moment to read the biographies and applications of candidates for leadership roles in the commission. Candidate for Vice Chair for Membership: Denise Robb Denise has a masters of arts from Bowling Green State University in College Student Personnel as well as a Bachelors of...

Where Title IX Protection Ends: The Discrimination of Parenting Students

Commission for Student Conduct & Legal Issues
As a student affairs practitioner and particularly as a woman I have become intimately familiar with Title IX and its impact on the college campuses. The safeguards put in place by Title IX cover a wide array of topics, and advocates are quick to point to a few key areas: non-discrimination based on gender, sexual harassment protection, and of course, sports. However, an overlooked aspect of...

Training versus Trials: Educative Strategies To Mitigate Hazing Liability

Commission for Student Conduct & Legal Issues
by Jason L. Meriwether, Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management & Student Affairs at Indiana University Southeast In the new book Black Haze, Violence, Sacrifice, and Manhood in Black Greek-Letter Fraternities, 2nd Edition , Ricky Jones discusses 441 cases of hazing among historically white and historically black fraternities, as well as military academies in the United States since 1838...

From Ferguson to Baltimore to Campus: Social Justice in Student Conduct

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by Alan Acosta, Associate Dean of Students Florida State University Watching the news over the last year has brought me a lot of sadness and pain. I see what I perceive to be various levels of racial and economic inequalities and injustices occurring across the country, particularly within our country’s criminal justice system. These issues not only demonstrate themselves on my TV screen due to...

More Than Just Convention: How ACPA Became a Year-Long Commitment

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by Tiffani Ziemann When I first started grad school, I joined the Association of Student Conduct Administration (at the time, ASJA) because my graduate assistantship was in student conduct and my supervisor suggested it as a professional development opportunity. In my graduate program, we were also encouraged to consider joining either ACPA or NAPSA to further our involvement in and understanding...