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Restorative Justice and Campus Conduct Administration

May 14, 2010

In March, Eastern Mennonite University hosted a symposium exploring the use of restorative practices in college campus conduct administration. These short YouTube videos feature two of the participants describing their experiences with using restorative practices to respond to student misconduct.

Josh Bacon, the director of Judicial Affairs at James Madison University in Virginia, describes how implementing restorative practices rejuvenated his career.It gives him the opportunity to interact with students and community members.

 

Josh Bacon -- Campus Conduct

Shay Bright, the assistant director of Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct Services at Colorado State University, describes restorative justice as at the heart of student development. It helps them to learn and grow through their experiences.

Shay Bright -- Campus Conduct Administration

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