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Great Articles from Housing professionals for Housing Professionals…
- What if your staff involved with student conduct could positively impact a student’s academic outcome? This article provide insight into how the hearing officers at the University of Northern Colorado focused on intentional supporting student’s academic success during the conduct hearing.
Incorporating Academic Intervention into Student Conduct Processes – Reslife.Net
- How are you, and your residence life and housing staff, supporting and promoting the values and principles of social justice at your institution? This article focuses on how the Office of Housing & Residence Life at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro focuses on the principles of social justice to build more just communities.
- The purpose of this article is to remind the campus residence hall community that the “residence hall floor” is a key component in the prevention of campus violence. This assertion is based on two notions that will be explored in this article – the resident hall floor is a community and communities can be constructed in ways to promote “character strengths” (Peterson & Seligman, 2004) that lead to supporting and nurturing places and not places which breed hostility and violence.
- Learn how the University of North Florida Department of Housing and Residence Life shares how they established gender inclusive housing for both upper-class and first-year transgender or gender non-conforming students.
Thank you for all you and your staff are doing during this pandemic. The ResLife.net staff appreciates all you are doing to keep your students and community members safe. Please be kind to yourself and stay well!