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Preventing and Responding to Disruptive Students

Location: Campus Center 301

Whether in the classroom or the residence hall, more and more campus faculty and staff members report varying levels of behavior by students that is disrupting the academic environment. This workshop is a discussion of best practices for managing a wide range of disruptive behavior. Should you confront it? Where? When? How do you confront it? Should police be called? What if I am the target of a threat or retaliation? How much is too much, and what are the thresholds for removing students from class, housing, or campus? What are appropriate statements for syllabi and housing contracts? W. Scott Lewis, partner with the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management will provide strategies to address and respond to disruption on campus.

For more information, contact: koaks3@hawaii.edu

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