Start Date: 9/5/2019 9:30 AM EDT
End Date: 9/5/2019 2:30 PM EDT
Venue Name: Babson College Location:
231 Forest St
Babson Park, MA United States 02457
ASCA MA, MA-NASPA, & One Class
Student affairs staff and higher education faculty are invited for a one-day drive-in to better understand the increasing complexity around academic integrity and the role of technology. Sessions will cover learning lessons, trends within the digital landscape, and the developmental impact on different student demographics. Participants will leave with concrete knowledge on how to prevent and address issues of academic integrity within their role on campus.
Director & COO, OneClass for the U.S.
Dr. Rich DeCapua is a current EdTech leader and former Higher Ed pro with over 18 years of progressive responsibilities in the field as an administrator and a faculty member working with a wide array of student populations at a number of diverse institutions. OneClass is a platform that curates premium academic content for over 2.6 million students in five different countries. Dr. DeCapua received his BA from Quinnipiac University, his M.Ed. from Springfield College, and his Ed.D. from Johnson & Wales University, where his dissertation and current research interests include college finance, specifically outsourcing. Dr. DeCapua is a former member of the NASPA National Board of Directors and a current member of the NAPSA Foundation Board.
Director of Academic Integrity Programs, International Center for Academic Integrity
Dr. David Rettinger is Professor of Psychological Sciences and Director or Academic Integrity Programs at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA. He earned a Ph.D. and an M.A. in psychology from the University of Colorado, Boulder. His academic research interest is in academic integrity behavior, having published research on the psychology of cheating. He also serves as Procedural Advisor to UMW's student-run honor system. David is the current President of the International Center for Academic Integrity, and currently leads their efforts in assessment and survey research, continuing the McCabe academic integrity survey.
$35 ASCA and/or NASPA Members