Jennifer Meyer Schrage
Jennifer Meyer Schrage (she/her) is the interim associate vice president for student life at the University of Michigan and is an expert in higher education policy, leadership, and conflict management. She has devoted her career to promoting safe and just campus communities through leading, teaching, developing, and administering innovative institutional policies and practices through a lens of inclusive excellence. Schrage has worked for the University of Michigan since 2006, serving in a variety of senior leadership roles, including as the senior adviser to the vice president and as director for both the International Center and Office of Student Conflict Resolution. Schrage is credited with leading realignment and strategic change on a local and national level, having earned the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA) Award for Excellence for significant contributions to the field for her collaborative work with Monita C. Thompson in developing the nationally recognized spectrum model for campus conduct and conflict management. Interviewed by the Chronicle of Higher Education for innovative practices and restorative justice, she has also been invited to speak about her experience and expertise across the country, including invitations from the Association for American Law Schools, Northwestern University, and the ASCA National Conference and Academy. In addition to coediting the first edition of Reframing Campus Conflict (Stylus, 2009), her work is published in About Campus, the Council on Law in Higher Education Student Affairs Law & Policy Quarterly, and ASCA’s Law & Policy Report. Schrage previously taught at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University’s Lodestar Dispute Resolution Center and served as director of Student Judicial Services at Eastern Michigan University. Schrage came to higher education from the practice of law. She earned her law degree at the University of Arizona.
Reframing Campus Conflict Edition 2
Student Conduct Practice Through the Lens of Inclusive Excellence
Preface by Karen D. Boyd, Eleanor Moody-Shepherd and James McFadden
Foreword by Tia Brown McNair