Event Calendar

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Chat: Codes in Remote Processes

Date(s): March 26, 2020

Time: 10:00 AM  EST - 2:00 PM  EST

ASCA Chats Topic of the Day-
Interpreting Our Codes in Remote Processes


During this time of uncertainty, flexibility, and approaching our work in unprecedented ways, ASCA recognizes the value in remaining connected to our friends and colleagues for idea sharing, problem solving, and maintaining a sense of connection.

To bring us together, ASCA invites you to participate in five weeks of twice daily discussions on a wide variety of topics that have become parts of the conversation as campuses shift their daily operations, campus and student services, and more at an unbelievably rapid pace. None of us have all the answers and these informal sessions are not intended to be webinars with deliverables. Instead, we offer a safe place to engage with conversations with peers about the nuances of the crisis at hand and how it affects our work and our lives.

Please visit the ASCA Events Calendar to reserve a spot in one or more of these small group discussions offered at both 10am Pacific and 10am Eastern. To ensure space for quality dialogue, registrations will be limited to the first 20 persons per time slot. This space is provided free of charge as a member benefit, but non-members are welcome to join for a nominal fee. 


Note: Registrants will be sent an email to the address on file in advance of the session start with access instructions.
 

Going Virtual: Student conduct in the current environment

Date(s): March 26, 2020

Time: 3:00 PM  EST - 4:00 PM  EST

Going Virtual: Student conduct in the current environment 

The past several weeks have been a whirlwind, trying to manage the daily changes to our lives due to COVID-19.  With many campuses moving to online instruction and residential facilities closing, student conduct professionals are trying to re-envision how to do their jobs.  Please join us for a webinar with our colleagues at Southern New Hampshire University, who have spent the last several years developing systems and processes to address student conduct in an online learning environment. 

Presenters: 


Laura Corddry
Laura Corddry, M.Ed., is the Associate Vice President of Student Experience at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU).  Her role includes oversight of the Office of Dispute Resolution and Student Conduct, the Office of Online Engagement, Student Experience Support Services, the Advantage Program, Employee Engagement, and the Learning and Development of all student experience staff.  In addition, Laura co-chairs the Risk Assessment Team, and leads the Employee Engagement Squad for the online division of SNHU. Laura's BA is in Human Services with a minor in counseling from Lesley University, and her M.Ed. is in Higher Education Administration with a specialization in planning and policy from UMass Lowell. Laura has spent the majority of her career in higher education, including roles at Lesley University, Pine Manor College and UMass Lowell. When her children were very young she took a brief sabbatical from higher education and worked as a floral designer and as a contractor for the Department of Public Health. When not at work, Laura is usually found running around her hometown of Billerica, MA with her two children, Noah and Owen, and her wife Jessica. She enjoys spending time outdoors in the summer, watching the Bravo Network, hunting for treasures in local thrift shops and flea markets, planning her next vacation getaway, or hanging out with family and friends.

Kelly Lockwood
Kelly Lockwood is the Associate Director of Dispute Resolution, Student Conduct, and Academic Integrity at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). She oversees a team of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity Managers who investigate and adjudicate violations of SNHU’s Student Code of Conduct and Academic Integrity policies as well as moderating disciplinary hearings. Kelly also oversees SNHU’s Dispute Resolution Analyst team which investigates and resolves student initiated disputes, including Title IX and Title VII concerns, and allegations of ADA/504 violations. Kelly also sits on SNHU’s Academic Integrity Working Group, a cross functional team of stakeholders from throughout the university dedicated to promoting a culture focused on Academic Integrity to students, faculty, and staff and is a member of SNHU’s Risk Assessment Team. Kelly holds a BA in English and Secondary Education and an MA in Applied Developmental and Educational Psychology, both from Boston College, and a graduate certificate in Leadership of Not-for-Profit Organizations from SNHU. Prior to her work in higher education, Kelly taught high school English for five years at Cathedral High School in Boston, MA, serving two of those years as an AmeriCorps volunteer, and was the case manager for YouthBuild Lowell in Lowell, MA. She and her husband, Jim, and their daughter Abigail live in Nashua, NH. Fun fact – Kelly is a trained singer and has performed at Epcot, along with appearing in many regional musical theater productions. 
 




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