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Speaker, "Restorative Justice in Higher Education Student Conduct Process: Two-Part Series," SCI Live@Distance Spring 2022

February 16, 2022

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Scott Schneider will present "Restorative Justice in Higher Education Student Conduct Process: Two-Part Series" at the SCI Live@Distance Spring 2022 on Wednesday, February 16, 2022.

Restorative justice is a long-standing method of conflict resolution that focuses on repairing the harm done to members of a community. Guided by a trained facilitator, the parties involved in a misconduct incident engage in a structured, collaborative process to create a resolution that aims to fulfill the needs of the harmed parties, provide opportunities for respondents to accept responsibility for harm, and restores the community’s trust in the responsible party.

A growing trend across student affairs, Title IX offices and offices of institutional equity and inclusion, restorative justice offers an alternative to traditional investigative/adjudicative resolution processes and creates opportunities for education and growth. This training will include development of the fundamentals of restorative justice as applied in the Title IX setting, including opportunities to practice facilitation skills through real-world scenarios.

For more information about this event, view the event website.