Ed Stoner, B.A. DePauw Univ. ‘69, J.D. U.Va. ‘72; retired partner, Reed Smith LLP; admitted to practice: PA, FL, US Sup Ct; former President and Board Chair, NACUA; founding member of ASJA; Board member, CALCASA. Author of ‘90 Model Code.
John Lowery, B.A. U.Va. ‘90, M.Ed. U.So.Carolina ‘92, Ph.D. Bowling Green S.U. ‘00; former ASJA Bd of Dir.; former NASPA Bd of Dir; Assistant Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs, University of South Carolina.Introducing the Presenters
“The article of discipline is the most difficult in American education. Premature ideas of independence, too little repressed by parents, beget a spirit of insubordination, which is the great obstacle to science with us, and a principal cause of its decay since the revolution. I look to it with dismay in our institution, as a breaker ahead, which I am far from being confident we shall be able to weather.”
—Letter to Thomas Cooper (1822).Mr. Jefferson and the Spirit of Insubordination
Treat all students with equal care, concern, honor and dignity. (p. 15).
Honored status as students is what drives our treatment.
Examples: appeal, counseling, attend hearing, hear outcomes, advisors….The “Golden” Rule
Dr. Dennis C. Golden, President, Fontbonne University
FERPA was amended in 1990 by the Clery Act to allow colleges & universities to inform the alleged victim of a “crime of violence” of the outcome of the student disciplinary proceeding against the alleged perpetrator. (§99.31) The amendments to the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act in 1992 require colleges and universities to inform the victim of an alleged sexual assault of the final outcome of the disciplinary proceeding against the alleged perpetrator.
FERPA was further amended in 1998 to allow the release of the final results of a disciplinary proceedings to the public in certain limited circumstances:
Arson the New Model Code
Forcible and nonforcible sex offenses
Criminal homicide—manslaughter by negligence
Criminal homicide—murder and nonnegligent manslaughter
Destruction, damage, and vandalism of property (§99.39)Crime of Violence
Rather than relying on the definition of a “crime of violence” at 18 U.S.C. 16, the Department of Education has provided an all inclusive list of “crimes of violence”:
—Letter to Ellen W. Coolidge
Edward N. Stoner II 40-44.
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Dr. John Wesley Lowery
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University of South Carolina
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