This presentation will help attendees learn tips and tricks to navigate an increasingly complex political arena, including best resources for staying informed, how to track legislation through the legislative process, and when and how to organize collective action to shape the future of student conduct in higher education.
This event is offered at no cost.
95 registration spots available.
JaWana Green, Assistant Dean of Students/Director Student Rights and Responsibilities
Southern Illinois University-Carbondale
JaWana has worked in higher education for a number of years. In addition to prior work in the university conduct setting, she has worked in university housing, college recruitment, and is involved in various organizations. JaWana has partnered with academic colleagues while teaching university freshmen seminar courses. JaWana earned her Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice from Prairie View A&M University. Following undergraduate work, JaWana continued her studies at Prairie View A&M University and received a Master’s Degree in Counseling. She is presently pursuing her doctoral degree in Educational Administration and Higher Education from SIU. JaWana has been a member of ASCA for a number of years, serving in various leadership roles throughout her membership. JaWana presently serves as Co-Chair for the Public Policy Legislative Issues Committee with ASCA.
Preston Croteau, Assistant Dean of Students for Wellness/Director of Community Standards
Preston Croteau earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Journalism, as well as a Master’s of Public Administration, from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. Preston has worked in higher education for nine years, beginning in residence life and transitioning full-time to student conduct for the past four years. Recently, Preston’s professional focus has shifted to include student wellness and retention. Preston has been a member of ASCA for several years, previously serving as the Massachusetts State Coordinator where he won the 2015 State Coordinator of the Year in part due to his advocacy and organization of the Massachusetts membership around several significant legislative efforts. He, along with JaWana, is the other Co-Chair of the PPLI Committee.
Note: This webinar is scheduled in Eastern Timezone