Student Organization Conduct & Sanctioning: A Thorough & Effective Framework

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Add to Calendar 2015-10-01 00:00:00 2015-10-01 00:00:00 Student Organization Conduct & Sanctioning: A Thorough & Effective Framework PaperClip Communications is holding a webinar to discuss how the increasing number of diverse student organizations has contributed to the increasingly complex institutional conduct system. The webinar will describe a framework for designing organization/team/club sanctions that make a difference. Topics will also include strategies to effectively use information gained through investigative reports, how to conduct meeting dialogues and valuable community norms to inform student organizations, successful methods for addressing what an organization needs to change in order to meet community standards, and more. To learn more and to register, click here.  Webinar Webinar noreply@air.org America/New_York public

PaperClip Communications is holding a webinar to discuss how the increasing number of diverse student organizations has contributed to the increasingly complex institutional conduct system. The webinar will describe a framework for designing organization/team/club sanctions that make a difference. Topics will also include strategies to effectively use information gained through investigative reports, how to conduct meeting dialogues and valuable community norms to inform student organizations, successful methods for addressing what an organization needs to change in order to meet community standards, and more. To learn more and to register, click here


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