Start Date: 11/30/2023 12:00 PM EST
End Date: 11/30/2023 1:00 PM EST
Conduct and conduct-adjacent practitioners fill unique roles in supporting students during times of upheaval and unrest. This webinar will focus on how to listen to support, how to help students dialogue successfully, and how to advise students to engage in social action meaningfully and safely. We will also spend time discussing how the effects of current incidents are manifesting on campus, particularly in behavior, and how to address those behaviors through your role. Finally, we will discuss how to support students on all sides of an issue.
*Please note, that the 12pm - 1pm EST event time is correct. It was misstated in the original email.*
Presenters and Bios:
Dr. Amanda Mesirow
Assistant Executive Director
Dr. Amanda J. Mesirow (she/hers) currently serves as the Assistant Executive Director for ASCA. She earned her PhD in Educational Administration and Foundations from Illinois State University, with a research focus on whiteness in community college conduct systems. Mesirow earned her MS in Counseling and Educational Psychology from Kansas State University, has nearly 20 years of student affairs experience in residence life, student life, and conduct, and has worked on large public, small private, and religiously affiliated campuses. Mesirow has presented and published numerous times, most often on topics of social justice and conduct practices, and presents professionally through AJM Keynotes and Workshops. She also co-authored a chapter and wrote a case study for the book "Conduct and Community: A Residence Life Practitioner's Guide" (2018), co-published by ASCA and ACUHO-I. As a conduct practitioner, Mesirow championed multiple equity initiatives to create a conduct system that is just and inclusive. Additionally, Mesirow is involved in the community through the Prison Solidarity Project and the Point Foundation. She is proudly queer, disabled, and Jewish, and uses both her privileged and oppressed identities to fight for justice.
Assistant Director, Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards
Erika Crawley, MSEd has worked in varying student facing capacities from student leadership development to student organization advising. Throughout her career, Erika has been majorly student-centered and student-focused in areas of student conduct, residence life & housing, and student activities. Erika helped students with navigating and facilitating healthy discussion; understanding the responsibility of and the inevitable growth in leadership; and resolving interpersonal conflict. Erika currently serves as an Assistant Director for Student Conduct and Community Standards at Cornell University.
Assistant Dean of Students for Conduct & Residential Life
Questions for Presenters
If you have specific questions for the presenters, you may submit them anonymously by using our
Domestic and International Crises Webinar Form.
Members and Students are free.
$49 for Non-Members.
Please note registration will close at 11:45 PM EST the day prior to the event.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 979-589-4604 as soon as possible.