"Educational sanctioning" is a commonly used phrase in student conduct. To offer effective learning opportunities for students, it is necessary to consider purpose, intention, collaboration, and outreach. This webinar will identify ways to utilize campus and community resources to support and enrich the meaningfulness of educational sanctions.
Todd Kamenash, Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct
Kent State University
Todd has been in the field of student conduct since 1998 the University at Buffalo and at Kent State University. He is now the Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct overseeing the Office of Student Conduct, Student Mediation Services, and being a community liaison for off campus living and behavioral concerns. While at Kent State University, I have had the chance to update and upgrade the office with assistance from my history with ASCA. I have met countless colleagues at regional/circuit and national programs, carefully considered programs and actions that were best-fit for my current institution, and have had the chance to present at ASCA and other professional outlets.
Note: This webinar is scheduled in the Eastern Timezone