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Thursday, October 29, 2020

LGBT Bodies and Title IX

Date(s): October 29, 2020

Time: 2:00 PM  CST - 3:30 PM  CST

50 years after Stonewall the fight for equality for members of the LGBTQ+ community are still a challenge in the courtroom and on our college campuses. This presentation will take a look at the history of LGBTQ+ bodies and its impact on current trends for students on our campus.

Presenter:
Dr. Kyle R. Williams
Assistant Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards

Washington University in St. Louis

Dr. Kyle R. Williams (he/him/his), currently serves as the Assistant Director for the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards at Washington University in St. Louis and as adjunct faculty for the College Student Personnel Administration (CSPA) program at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. A native of Cincinnati, OH, Dr. Williams received a Bachelor of Arts in Music at Otterbein University (formally Otterbein College), a Masters of Science in Educational Leadership from Old Dominion University, and a Doctorate in Higher Education from Texas A & M University- Commerce (TAMUC). 

Dr. Williams has worked to develop inclusive practices in student housing, fraternity and sorority life, enrollment management and student conduct. Dr. Williams is a firm believer that students should be seen and valued and that it is our duty as practitioners to meet each student where they are. 

This is evident through his volunteer work and presentations within national and regional associations. Dr. Williams a past Chair for the PAN African Network (PAN) within the Coalition for Multicultural Affairs (CMA) for the Association for College Personnel Association (ACPA), Chair for the Equity and Inclusion Committee for the Association for Student Conduct Administrators (ASCA) and past Faculty Member for the Donald A. Gehring Institute. Dr. Williams is also an active member within the Southern Association of College Student Affairs (SACSA) where he serves as a mentor and frequent presenter on the creation of spaces for mattering for students within various spaces that exist on campuses. 

Outside of his daily work, Dr. Williams is passionate about continuing to study the experiences of Black males within institutions of higher education, is a fur father to his dog Huck Harrison, named after one of his favorite shows Scandal, and is an active member of Phi Beta Sigma, Fraternity, Inc.


Registration Rate:
ASCA Members: $29
Non-Members: $49
ASCA Student Member: $15


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.

Educational Sanctions for a Virtual World

Date(s): October 29, 2020

Time: 5:00 PM  EST - 6:30 PM  EST

Join the Women and Student Conduct Community of Practice for an educational sanction showcase where six members will each present their most effective educational sanctions and how these sanctions work in a virtual setting. These sanctions will address COVID noncompliance violations as well as more typical student conduct violations.

Pamela Altmaier
University of Montana
Pamela.altmaier@mso.umt.edu
Pamela Altmaier is currently working as the Assistant Director of Community Standards in Housing at the University of Montana and one of the Co-Chairs for the Housing and Residence Life COP for ASCA. She have been working with Community Standards and Housing for about 6 years and has Masters of Science in College Student Services Administration from Oregon State University. 
 
Valerie Glassman
UNC Chapel Hill
valerie.glassman@gmail.com
Valerie Glassman is a 13-year veteran of student conduct administration and a doctoral candidate studying the impacts of "judicialization" on student conduct practitioners. She has experience in adjudicating allegations in student organizations, residence life, sex- and gender-based harassment, academic dishonesty, and non-academic dishonesty, and is co-author of a chapter on inclusive excellence in formal and informal adjudication pathways in the second edition of "Reframing Campus Conflict." She is currently serving as Interim Director of the Clinical Support Division at the UNC Chapel Hill School of Nursing
 
Allison Hayes
Indiana State University
allison.hayes@indstate.edu
Allison Hayes primarily focuses on behavioral violations at Indiana State University. Allison has been in Higher Education since 2006, and full time in student conduct since 2017. Allison’s BS is in Agricultural Leadership from Oklahoma State University and her MS is in College Student Personnel from Arkansas Tech University. 
 
Erin Kaplan
La Salle University
kaplane@lasalle.edu
Erin Kaplan is currently the Director of Student Conduct at La Salle University in Philadelphia. In her current role, she manages the student conduct process as the lead student conduct offer, provides training for University’s student conduct officers, serves as a member of the University’s Sexual Misconduct and Interpersonal Violence Response Team, and serves as a member of the University’s Students of Concern team. Erin has been working in student affairs and within student conduct for the past seven years (since 2013). Erin received her Bachelor of Arts in Organization Communication from Western Michigan University and her Master of Education in College Student Affairs from Rutgers University-New Brunswick. Erin is the Co-Chair of the ASCA “Women and Student Conduct” Community of Practice.
 
Alicia Myrick
Clayton State University
Aliciamyrick@clayton.edu
Alicia Myrick currently serves as the Assistant Director for Community Standards and Case Manager at Clayton State University in Morrow, Ga. She received her B.A in Spanish Literature and International Business from Georgia State University and her Master’s in Higher Education Administration from Louisiana State University and is currently pursuing her doctorate in Student Affairs Leadership at the University of Georgia. She has been working in Student Conduct/Title IX for 10 years. In addition to her official duties at CSU, she currently serves as the Co-Chair of the ASCA Women and Student Conduct Community of Practice. In her free time she enjoys reading, traveling and spending time with her family. You can follow her on twitter at @atlsunshine.
 
Holly Taylor
Lehigh University
hat214@lehigh.edu
Holly Taylor received her M.Ed. in College Student Affairs from the University of South Florida in 2006 and has been working in student conduct offices ever since. Currently she is assistant dean and director of the Office of Student Conduct at Lehigh University. At Lehigh, Holly manages individual and organizational, behavioral and academic cases. 
 
Registration Rate:
ASCA Members: $29
Non-Members: $49
ASCA Student Member: $15

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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