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Monday, September 22 • 10:20am - 11:35am
(CE) Institutional Risk Management and the Campus Conduct Process

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ASCA Partnered Session: From a quick glance at recent headlines across the country, incidents on campus appear to be catching national attention. From active shooter situations to sexual assaults on campus. One possible reaction is increased federal and state regulation of campus conduct processes. One may wonder with increased regulation is it possible that campus conduct processes pose an element of risk to the institution? To better understand and to answer this question, one must first understand the nature of student conduct work. This session will focus on the history and current state of student conduct administration toward an understanding of institutional risk assessment.
Learning Objectives:
 Attendees will have an understanding of the history of
student conduct work within higher education
 Attendees will have a basic understanding of student
conduct administration within higher education
 Attendees will learn how student conduct practice may
inform/reduce institutional risk
 Attendees will gain familiarity with current
recommended standards of practice toward lowering
institutional risk

Speakers
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Matthew Gregory

Dean of Students, Louisiana State University
Matt Gregory is the Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student Advocacy & Accountability at Louisiana State University. Matt is in his 14th year working in higher education administration. He also has 6 years of experience in law enforcement at the campus and federal levels. Matt has a Doctorate of Philosophy degree with a dissertation focus on male advocacy against sexual coercion on campus. Matt is the current President of the... Read More →


Monday September 22, 2014 10:20am - 11:35am
Bluegrass 1 & 2