Student Conduct Staff Present at the ASCA Conference

    February 18, 2019

    Dr. Jeff Kegolis, director of Student Conduct & Assessment, and David Schweitzer, assistant director of Student Conduct, recently presented two program sessions at the annual conference for the Association of Student Conduct Administrators (ASCA).

    The conference, held from Feb. 6-9, 2019, consisted of staff from universities/colleges around the world discussing and engaging in conversation of best practices related to student conduct, Title IX, behavioral intervention, academic integrity, risk management, and/or positive residence halls/communities.

    The sessions were entitled, “Creating a Culture of Assessment: A Three-Year Implementation,” and “Infusing Mission Into Sanctioning: A Practical Application to Student Learning.” The assessment session showcased strong and positive assessment results reflecting student perception and growth identified as a result of participation in the Student Conduct process, and direct learning occurring through the completion of a monthly program (i.e., “Seeking the Magis”) that serves as an educational sanction with a curriculum focused on values identification, decision-making, and Jesuit principles. The second session showcased a strong connection to The University of Scranton mission, Division priorities, and overall strategic planning through sanctions created and implemented during the past several academic years including both Seeking the Magis, and the Career Connections Program.

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