John Wesley Lowery, associate professor and chair of the Student Affairs in Higher Education Department, made several presentations at the Association for Student Conduct Administration’s 25th annual conference, which took place February 6–10, 2013. Lowery has presented more times over the history of the association’s conference than any other individual.
Lowery’s featured presentation, which reviewed the legislative and regulatory developments of the previous year impacting student conduct administration in higher education, has become a tradition at the conference over the past decade and half. Lowery has presented a legislative update at the conference since 1999.
Lowery, with Don Gehring, presented on an ongoing research project which examines student attitudes regarding the effectiveness of sanctions for alcohol violations. Their presentation was entitled “Students’ Views of Effective Alcohol Sanctions on College Campuses: A Second National Study.”
Lowery also presented a concurrent session which examined the most significant pieces of legislation and litigation over the past 25 years as part of the celebration of this important milestone in the association’s history. This presentation was entitled “25 Years of Legislation and Litigation Impacting Student Conduct Administration.”
For more information on John Wesley Lowery’s presentations, please e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.