BOOKS FOR TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, AND POLICYMAKERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Reframing Campus Conflict Edition 2

Student Conduct Practice Through the Lens of Inclusive Excellence

Paperback
October 2020
9781642670493
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    Stylus Publishing
  • Published
    6th October
  • ISBN 9781642670493
  • Language English
  • Pages 430 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
  • Images 13 figures; 14 tables; 16 boxes
$39.95
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October 2020
9781642670516
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    Stylus Publishing
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    11th October
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  • Language English
  • Pages 430 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
  • Images 13 figures; 14 tables; 16 boxes
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October 2020
9781642670509
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    Stylus Publishing
  • Published
    11th October
  • ISBN 9781642670509
  • Language English
  • Pages 430 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
  • Images 13 figures; 14 tables; 16 boxes
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Hardback
October 2020
9781642670486
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    Stylus Publishing
  • Published
    21st October
  • ISBN 9781642670486
  • Language English
  • Pages 430 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
  • Images 13 figures; 14 tables; 16 boxes
$125.00

This fully revised and updated second edition builds upon the original vision of the first, which was to give voice to diverse and inclusive perspectives, identities, and practices and to enact the principle that student conduct and conflict response must be based upon foundations of social justice and restorative justice to disrupt and transform overly legalistic and escalated management applications in student conduct administration. The Spectrum Model (Schrage & Thompson, 2008) approach centers advocacy for inclusive conflict excellence by expanding traditional adjudication pathways to include dialogue, conflict coaching, mediation, restorative practices, and shuttle diplomacy for a more robust and inclusive expression of conflict and conduct practices.  

In the intervening decade, this co-edited work has become more relevant than ever as colleges and universities continue to be the targets of litigation, activists, lawmakers and public officials who have, for instance, changed the Title IX rules for responding to sexual misconduct. Civility, hate crimes, activism, immigration, nationalism, and free speech are all again on the forefront of challenges impacting the current campus climate.

New chapters cover these and other issues including the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic response and impact on equity and justice in higher education, and amplified calls for racial justice and police reform. The book is further enhanced by chapter case studies, summaries and questions for dialogue, to encourage further reflection by the reader and bolster the usefulness of the work as a textbook and campus training guide.

The second edition is a must-have resource for broad stakeholders invested in inclusive conflict excellence and principled leadership in education in the midst of a shifting and increasingly polarized landscape. This includes legal counsel, higher education presidents, senior student affairs administrators and faculty leadership as well as student conduct practitioners across conduct boards, hearing and appeal officers, residential and organizational staff engaged in student facing campus climate work. Reframing Campus Conflict further offers transferable content that supports inclusive conflict excellence inquiry and application in graduate programs, K-12, special education and human resource management practices. This book is for all educators, administrators, practitioners and leaders committed to engaging campus conflict work through the inclusive lenses of social, restorative, transformative and procedural justice.

This is also available as a set with Student Conduct Practice, Second Edition.

“This book serves to equip educators to practically apply transformative justice in higher education. The authors challenge readers to critically self-reflect and critique both individual and institutional prejudice. As student conduct professionals we are accountable to the preservation of the landmark legacy of Dixon v. Alabama. We have a duty to speak authentically, promote equity, and lead with unshakable integrity. This book highlights a meaningful spectrum of pathways for healing hurt, repairing harm, and lasting community connectedness.”

Kateeka Harris - Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA) President-elect 2020

“This book reminds us that the goals of inclusive excellence are relevant now more than ever as we seek to innovate and reinforce the principles of dignity, honesty, civic virtue, democratic engagement, and scholarly discourse. Teaching and modeling peaceful and just resolution of conflict are foundational to graduating global and inclusive graduates across learning platforms and programs.

By providing deep theoretical foundations, a broad framework and implementation model for higher education with transferable K–12 and human resource management applications, and a thorough review of specific pathways for conflict resolution, educational leaders will find this to be an invaluable resource for years to come.”

Tia Brown McNair, Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Student Success - Association of American Colleges & Universities

Foreword—Tia Brown McNair
Preface—Karen D. Boyd, Eleanor Moody-Shepherd, and James McFadden
Acknowledgments
Introduction—Jennifer Meyer Schrage and Nancy Geist Giacomini

Part One: Responding to Conflict on Campus: Foundations for Student Affairs Educators
1) Transforming the Climate and Culture of Campus Communities Through Inclusive Conflict Excellence—Nancy Geist Giacomini and Jennifer Meyer Schrage
2) Reconciling Legal Obligations with Education Goals: Revisiting Foundations of Student Conflict Work—Simone Himbeault Taylor and Donica Thomas Varner
3) Why Objectivity is Not Nearly Enough: The Critical Role of Social Justice in Campus Conflict and Conduct Work—Ryan C. Holmes, Keith E. Edwards, Tamara L. Greenfield King, and Michael M. DeBowes
4) Creating a Community of Inclusive Excellence Using a Spectrum Model Approach to Campus Conflict—Jennifer Meyer Schrage and Monita C. Thompson 

Part Two: Pathways Within the Spectrum Model
5) Reviving Dialogue—Jennifer Meyer Schrage and E. Royster Harper
6) The Art of Coaching: Transferring Interpersonal and Group Conflict Resolution Skills to a One-on-One Setting—Nancy Geist Giacomini and Patricia M. Porter
7) Facilitated Dialogue: An Introduction and Overview for Campus Conflict Management—Jay K. Wilgus and Ryan C. Holmes
8) Models of Mediation Practice—William Warters
9) Restorative Justice from Theory to Practice—Andrea Goldblum
10) Negotiating Peace on Campus through Shuttle Diplomacy—Jennifer Meyer Schrage and Veronica Hipolito
11) Off Script: Incorporating Principles of Inclusive Conflict Excellence Into Informal and Formal Adjudication Pathways—Nancy Geist Giacomini, David R. Karp, Derrick D. Dixon and Valerie Glassman

Part Three: Sustainable Innovation and Transformation
12) Cultural Responsiveness in Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution Assessment—Erik Wessel and Amanda Karel
13) Building Relational and Critical Thinking Skills: The Power of Peer-Led Restorative Justice Circles Among First-Year College Students—Sheila M. McMahon and David R. Karp
14) Culture, Conflict, and Student Learning: Intercultural Development for Global and Inclusive Graduates—Julio J. Cardona, Ramona Meraz Lewis, Nathan J. Hanke, D. Eric Archer, Mary Jo E. Desprez, and Donna M. Talbot
15) Keeping it Real: Reflections on Inclusive Campus Leadership and Authentic Collaboration—Tamara L. Greenfield King, and Leah A. Merrifield

Afterword—Nancy Geist Giacomini and Jennifer Meyer Schrage
Editors and Chapter Contributors
Index

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.

Nancy Geist Giacomini

Nancy Geist Giacomini (she/her) is a groundbreaking educator, mediator, and systems consultant whose teaching, publications and advocacy have transformed student conduct and conflict management practice for over three decades. She provides online adjunct graduate instruction, subject matter expertise and doctoral candidate mentoring for institutions including St. Bonaventure University (NY) and Sullivan University (KY) and is a veteran mediator of special education disputes with the Pennsylvania Office for Dispute Resolution. She earned her doctorate in educational leadership from the University of Delaware while a conflict resolution program associate in the Institute for Public Administration, where she served as a statewide mediator, and graduate practicum instructor for student affairs practice in higher education. Her career includes over a decade as assistant dean of students at the University of Delaware where she managed the Student Conduct office; piloted the Student Government Mediation program; chaired the Appeals Board, Council for Judicial Affairs, and Sexual Assault Awareness Weeks; and was awarded the Institutional Award for Women’s Equity. Giacomini champions integrated conflict and conduct management initiatives in education. She balances an active conflict management and teaching practice with educational consulting, conflict coaching, and interim student affairs roles in higher education, including an appointment as interim student conduct and Title IX respondent case manager and grievance advisor for Swarthmore College (PA). She is a credentialed expert across conflict coaching; group facilitation; mediation; restorative practices; victim-offender conference facilitation; due process; Title IX; and ombudsperson roles. Giacomini is an award-winning leader in the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA) with Board of Director roles culminating in a three-year turn as president. She pioneered the integration of conflict resolution, mediation, restorative justice, and inclusive excellence principles and practices into traditional student conduct professional development programs offered by the association in roles as conference chair, training institute program chair, and faculty. Nancy founded the Community of Practice for Women in Student Conduct, served on the ASCA Foundation Board, was appointed to the Diversity Task Force, and lent expertise at the inaugural Conflict Resolution Strategic Planning Summit. Additional memberships include the International Ombudsman Association, Association for Conflict Resolution, Pennsylvania Council of Mediators, ACPA College Student Educators International, and the Pennsylvania ODR Stakeholder’s Council; she is also on the editorial board of the Journal of Conflict Management (JOCM).

Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI); intercultural assessment tools; Spectrum Model approach; Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT); Dixon vs Alabama State Board of Education; institutionalized oppression; inclusive conflict excellence; restorative justice; constructive dialogue; conflict coaching; cultural responsiveness assessment