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Thursday, October 22, 2020

ASCA-FL Roundtable: Student Conduct in the Time of COVID-19

Date(s): October 22, 2020

Time: 10:00 AM  EST - 12:00 PM  EST


 
1st Presenter: 
 
Mary Zuchovicki
University of Central Florida
Assistant Director
mary.zuchovicki@ucf.edu

¡Hola! My name is Mary Zuchovicki; I am your new ASCA-FL Coordinator. I recognize I have huge shoes to fill -- Thank you Ryan Iocco. Ryan now currently serves as the ASCA-Region 8 Coordinator. I received my master's degree from the Ohio State University #gobucks. I currently work as the Assistant Director for the University of Central Florida #chargeon. I have worked within the advocacy and conduct field for the past six (6) years. I believe it's important to be trauma-informed for the students we serve but also for the colleagues we work with. I am currently pursuing my doctorate at UCF within the Public Affairs program. I look forward to meeting you all-- Please reach out if you would like to schedule a coffee/tea virtual date (mary.zuchovicki@ucf.edu). I believe it's important to hear your experiences and to get your advice on ways we can improve our ASCA-FL group/outreach. Stay safe!

2nd Presenter:

Rachel Winter
University of North Florida
University Conduct Officer
rachel.winter@unf.edu
 
Rachel currently serves as the Legislation Chair for the Florida state group with ASCA. She also works as the University Conduct Officer and leads the university conduct process, which includes administering the Student Code of Conduct, serving as a hearing officer, educating students about misconduct and the impact on the community, as well as consequences of their behavior. Rachel also championed adding alternative dispute resolution services to the office and is certified in conflict resolution through Cornell University. Rachel sits on the Supporting our Students group, Title IX Committee, Clery Committee and works with many University partners to ensure a fair and consistent process for all students.
 
Rachel’s professional and educational experience is primarily focused on public policy and community well-being. She previously worked in behavioral health with the Florida Managing Entity for the northeast region and is an alumna of Vermont Law School, with a Juris Doctorate. Rachel also attended Ohio University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies, including a concentration in Sociology and Spanish. Rachel got her start in student conduct while an undergraduate student while serving as a student advocate with the Students Defending Students group at Ohio University.

Please note registraiton will close on 10-20-2020.

A Zoom link will be provided the morning of the meeting. If you need accommodations for this event, please contact the ASCA Central Office at asca@theasca.org or 979-589-4604 as soon as possible.




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