You are invited to review and comment on proposed changes to the code governing the Standards of Conduct for Students.
PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University Student Conduct Process Task Force has submitted 32 recommendations designed to make the university’s student conduct process reflect best practices nationally.
PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University community – students, faculty, staff, alumni and other supporters – is invited to provide input as the external review of the university’s student conduct process moves forward.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Students with a single disciplinary violation on their conduct record can petition to have it removed under a new Washington State University policy that goes into effect June 14.
PULLMAN – Several offices in the Division of Student Affairs, Equity and Diversity recently traded spaces and will host an open house from 2-4 p.m., Tuesday, February 17.
Appetizers will be served in Lighty 180 and dessert in Lighty 260 during the open house.
The following have traded spaces:
– Center for Advising and Career Development – Lighty 180
– Student Conduct – Lighty 260
– New Student Program – Lighty 260
– Communications Office – Lighty 260
Visit other offices located in Lighty 260:
– Student Support Services
– College Assistance Migrant Program
– Ronald E. McNair Achievement Program
PULLMAN – A step-by-step guide for faculty on implementing WSU’s academic integrity policy in the classroom is available ONLINE @ www.conduct.wsu.edu by clicking on “Resources” and then “Information for Faculty.”
“Follow this to the letter and it will help you immensely,” said Chris Wuthrich, associate director of the Office of Student Conduct, who handed out copies to senators at a recent Faculty Senate meeting. “Take it back to your departments and encourage your faculty to use it.”
The four-page brochure explains how faculty can include expectations of academic integrity, as well as consequences for violating those expectations, in their syllabi. Steps … » More …
Approximately 150 students, faculty and staff crowded into the CUB Cascade Room Tuesday afternoon, March 8, for the Vice Presidents’ Forum. At the event were a large number of students who asked questions and made comments regarding the outcome of a recent conduct hearing addressing allegations of racial harassment. The meeting, which usually lasts about one hour, went on for more than two hours, with a standing room only crowd. On the Vice Presidents’ Forum panel were Steve Desoer, director of Human Resource Services; Charlene Jaeger, vice president of Student Affairs; Michael Tate, vice president for Equity and Diversity; Sally Savage, vice president for University Relations; and Mary … » More …