ASCA Reflections

Reflections on Student Conduct is an ASCA publication whose issues explore and examine topics important to the field of student conduct in higher education. Reflections on Student Conduct provides members with articles of interest and highlights hot topics in the practice of student conduct in higher education. This publication serves as a tool to shed light on particular trends in student conduct on college and university campuses and to raise awareness about current or pending external developments with implications for our field. Articles offer ASCA members an opportunity to stay informed and reflect on practice from multiple perspectives.

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Previous Issues
Volume 1 Issue 1 
Editor: Gentry McCreary
Articles & Authors:
  • "Measuring the Impact of Educational Sanctions - 4 Critical questions to consider" by Joshua Cutchens
  • "5 tips for Using Rubrics to Measure Learning the Student Conduct Process" by Gentry McCreary
  • "Assessing the Process" by Steve Peach
  • "4 Measures of Student Conduct Process Efficiency" by Evan Springer

Volume 2 Issue 1 
Editor: Neeraja Panchapakesan
Articles & Authors:
  • "Getting it done! Encouraging Educational Sanction Completion without the Use of Administrative Holds" by Derrick D. Dixon
  • "Checking the Pulse of Our Students: Transition Meetings Impacting Student Retention" by Michele Curran and Daniel Rosner 
  • "Challenging Students Towards Personal Accountability" by Thomas Hardiman
  • "Implicit Bias in the Conduct Process" Magnolia Justice,
  • "Building Rapport to Promote Ongoing Education and Tough Conversations" by Erin Kaplan
  • "Effectively Promoting Moral Development Through Community Service Sanctions" by Chip Phillips

Volume 2 Issue 2 
Editor: Lucas Graff 
Articles & Authors:
  • "Addressing Bias and Oppression in the Student Conduct Process" by Katy Larkin
  • "Disrupting Masculinity and Patriarchy in Student Conduct" by James Lorello
  • "Combatting Implicit Bias: Training Conduct Administrators and Student Paraprofessional Staff" by Dale Morrow
  • "Revising Your Way to Justice: Code Revision as a Tool for Equality" by Sarah Shupp 

Volume 3 Issue 1 
Editor: Valerie Glassman 
Articles & Authors: 
  • "The Cycle of Negativity" by Paul Bell
  • "Juxtaposition or Disconnect? Can the Role of a Conduct Officer Live Beside That of a Recovery Ally, Successfully?" by Kim Dowdy 
  • "Examining the Impact of Title IX Regulation, Investigation, and Public Scrutiny in Higher Education" by Nathan Miller 
  • "Kosher Conduct" by Charles Schnur 
  • "Navigating Student Conduct Through the Lens of a Sole Conduct Coordinator" by Ben Thoreson 
  • "A Call to Action: Understanding the Role of White Supremacy in Student Conduct" by Anton Ward-Zanotto 
  • "The Complexity of Being a Black Conduct Officer" by Stephanie Wright