This session will focus on how The Office of Student Support & Accountability (OSSA) can support student success by ensuring a civil and inclusive learning environment based on academic and personal integrity. Participants will learn:
• How to support student learning in the classroom while also supporting student rights and responsibilities.
• How to effectively intervene and/or confront disruptive behavior.
• How, when and where to seek assistance as needed.
Rick Shafer has 35 years of higher education administration experience with a focus on student behavior and conflict resolution. Rick is also a certified restorative justice trainer for the International Institute of Restorative Practices, the University of San Diego Restorative Justice Center, and is a co-founder and leader of the RJ@MSU “movement”.
Josh Durbin has 15 years of higher education administration experience with a focus on residential education, student behavior and conflict resolution. Among his many duties at MSU, Josh convenes the Behavioral Intervention Team and coordinates our student conduct system.
Meeting ID: 732 599 810