BOOKS FOR TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, AND POLICYMAKERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Student Conduct Practice Edition 2

The Complete Guide for Student Affairs Professionals

Paperback
February 2020
9781642671056
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    Stylus Publishing
  • Published
    4th February
  • ISBN 9781642671056
  • Language English
  • Pages 312 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
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$37.50
Hardback
March 2020
9781642671049
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    Stylus Publishing
  • Published
    31st March
  • ISBN 9781642671049
  • Language English
  • Pages 312 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
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$125.00
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March 2020
9781642671063
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    Stylus Publishing
  • Published
    12th March
  • ISBN 9781642671063
  • Language English
  • Pages 312 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
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March 2020
9781642671070
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  • Published
    12th March
  • ISBN 9781642671070
  • Language English
  • Pages 312 pp.
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Since the publication of the first edition of Student Conduct Practice in 2008 the landscape of student conduct has matured and shifted dramatically. As the composition of the overall population and of the student body on campuses across the nation has changed, institutions of higher learning have a greater awareness of the importance of preparing students to function competently in a diverse society. They are seeing student behaviors, such as challenging mores, rules and policies, that reflect the growing polarization and complexity we see in our larger society, and such trends as a marked increase in student mental health challenges as well as changing social dynamics, all of which require a new awareness and a rethinking of policies and responses by conduct professionals, including embracing the a social justice as a lens by which we perform our work.

This up-dated and considerably expanded edition maintains the objectives of the first--to constitute a compendium of current best practices in the administration of student conduct, to summarize the latest thinking on key issues facing practitioners today, and to provide an overview of the role and status of conduct administrators within their institutions.

This text invites student conduct administrators to examine current programs and policies to ensure that the spaces that they create during interactions with students are spaces in which all students feel welcome and heard. As we strive to prepare students not only to be productive members of today’s workforce, and more importantly to be good people and upright citizens, this text accentuates the delicate balance between responding to regulatory mandates and meeting the educational aims of student conduct. The aim is to offer those with an interest in student conduct and those professionals who are new or seasoned student conduct administrators with both a compendium of chapters on best practices and the background to grapple with the thought-provoking situations they will encounter.

In close collaboration with the leadership of the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA) the editors identified the most pressing conduct issues on our campuses and practitioners and faculty who offer related expertise and a necessary diversity of voices.

From the Foreword:

“This newly revised edition of Student Conduct Practice assures that new professionals and experienced veterans have the very latest in terms of best practices that are shaped by current law and professional standards. The editors and authors also present current and emerging issues and trends that will continue to impact our work in the years ahead. I highly recommend this book as a resource that you not only need to read but also keep handy as a reference that will inform your daily work. I salute each of the editors as members of the 'besieged clan' that dedicate their work and their lives to the education and the development of our students.”

Bill Kibler, President - Sul Ross State University

"The updated edition of Student Conduct Practice: The Complete Guide for Student Affairs Professionals provides today’s university administrator with an overview of current issues impacting their daily work on campus. The chapters build on a foundation of the profession while giving voice to new topics such as creating codes of conduct, bias related issues, sexual misconduct, and student organization misconduct. This essential resource is a must have for any higher education student conduct administrator."

Jennifer Waller, Executive Director - Association for Student Conduct Administration

Foreword—William L. Kibler
Acknowledgments
Introduction—Diane M. Waryold and James M. Lancaster

1) Evolution of the Student Conduct Profession—Brian M. Glick and Christopher T. Haug
2) The Philosophy of Student Conduct and the Student Conduct Professional—Fran'Cee L. Brown-McClure and Catherine L. Cocks
3) Crafting and Revising Your Student Conduct Code—Seann S. Kalagher and Regina D. Curran
4) Laws, Policies, and Mandates—John Wesley Lowery
5) Types and Forums for Resolution—Eugene L. Zdziarski II and Patience L. Bartunek
6) Breaking the Cycle: Embedding Social Justice Into Student Conduct Practice—Ryan C. Holmes and Reyna M. Anaya
7) Ethics and Decision Making—James A. Lorello and Jeff A. Bates
8) Assessment and Student Conduct—Matthew T. Stimpson and Brent E. Ericson
9) Bias Incidents on Campus—Patience D. Bryant and Derrick D. Dixon
10) Sexual Misconduct—Kristen A. Harrell and Michael R. Gillilan
11) The First Amendment on Campus—Lee E. Bird, Mackenzie E. Wilfong and Saundra K. Schuster
12) Threat Assessment and Behavioral Interventions—Jonathan M. Adams
13) Student Organizations Through the Student Conduct Lens—Kathleen A. Shupenko and Jane A. Tuttle
14) Academic Integrity—Kara E. Latopolski and Tricia L. Bertram Gallant
15) Thoughts on the Future— John D. Zacker

Conclusion: Challenges and Changes—James M. Lancaster and Diane M. Waryold
Contributors
Index

Diane M. Waryold

Diane M. Waryold is also an Assistant Professor of Human Development and Psychological Counseling at Appalachian State University. Prior to this position, Dr. Waryold served as the Executive Director for The Center for Academic Integrity and Program Administrator for The Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University in Durham, NC.

James M. Lancaster

James M. Lancaster is currently an Assistant Professor of Human Development and Psychological Counseling at Appalachian State University. Prior to taking this position, Dr. Lancaster was Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Student Affairs & Campus Issues
Higher Education