Assistant vice provost gives presentation on student conduct, retention
LAWRENCE — Jane Tuttle, assistant vice provost for student affairs, and Nick Kehrwald, student conduct officer, presented “The Intersection of Student Conduct and Retention” at the 24th annual meeting of the Association for Student Conduct Administration, which was Feb. 1-5 in St. Petersburg, Fla. Tuttle presented “Personal Accountability and the Conduct Officer” with Jill Creighton of the University of Colorado at Denver. Tuttle also facilitated the Parental Notification for Alcohol and Drug Violations Roundtable discussion.
Selected from a competitive application process, Travis Bowels, a graduate student in the Educational Leadership & Policy Studies Department, worked as a conference intern.
At this meeting Tuttle ended a two-year term on the ASCA Board of Directors as treasurer. ASCA is the premier authority in higher education for student conduct administration and conflict resolution.