Lunch & Learn/Leadership Series: The Impact of Restorative Justice on Higher Education
You’re invited to join SOCHE for another virtual lunch and learn, entitled “The Impact of Restorative Justice on
You’re invited to join SOCHE for another virtual lunch and learn, entitled “The Impact of Restorative Justice on Higher Education,” on Wednesday, March 22, beginning at 12 p.m. ET. The session, which also is part of SOCHE’s 2023 Leadership Development Program, will be presented by Jordyn Baker, Associate Director of Equity Learning & Development and Deputy Title IX Coordinator, and Jessica Hoelting, Associate Director of Community Standards & Civility, at the University of Dayton.
Have you been looking for a way to engage student, faculty, or staff that provides a safe space for parties to engage in a dialogue regarding the impact and harm of their experience? Restorative Justice in the realm of higher education is gaining traction but what does it look like in practice? We hope to answer these questions for you and discover more ways Restorative practices can be utilized in a variety of settings. The Impact of Restorative Justice will briefly define Restorative Justice, discuss various forms of RJ, the factors that influence the format utilized and demonstrate these formats in action. We’ll end by sharing student testimonials on their journey and experience with RJ.
At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees will have an understanding of the:
- Purpose, definition, and philosophy of Restorative Justice
- Various RJ practices and what these formats look like in practice
- Impact these practices have on parties
- Ways to begin initial discussions and implementation of RJ within your communities
As an added SOCHE membership benefit, personnel from member institutions receive complimentary registration for this lunch and learn. Personnel from non-member institutions will need to pay a nominal fee. You can review the SOCHE member list here.
Participants in the 2023 SOCHE Leadership Development Program will automatically be registered for this event.
When: Wednesday, March 22, at 12 p.m. ET
Where: SOCHE Zoom platform (link sent 24 hours prior to event)
- Personnel from SOCHE member schools: FREE
- Personnel from NON-member schools/organizations: $10 per person
- Students: FREE
Questions? Contact Mindy Claggett at SOCHE
Registration closes on Sunday, March 19.
About the Presenters
Associate Director of Equity Learning & Development
Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Equity Compliance Office
University of Dayton
Jordyn Baker is the Associate Director of Equity Learning and Development and Deputy Title IX Coordinator in the Equity Compliance Office at the University of Dayton. Jordyn works with faculty, staff, and students to address harm caused in our community through implementation of supportive measures and informal resolutions, including restorative Justice. In 2020, Jordyn received training on Restorative Justice practices and has worked with various campus partners to integrate Restorative Justice in various campus programs. Jordyn and Jessica have worked together on multiple Restorative Justice resolutions to Title IX matters and hope to help lead integration of Restorative Justice across campus.
Associate Director of Community Standards & Civility
University of Dayton
Jessica Hoelting is the Associate Director of Community Standards & Civility at the University of Dayton. Jessica works with general student conduct issues, Title IX, sexual violence prevention, and investigations in higher education. Working with victims, reporting parties, lawyers/attorneys, advocates, and community members impacted by violence has been an integral part of her work in Restorative Justice. In 2015, Jessica received a certificate in Restorative Justice practices from Skidmore College’s Center for Restorative Justice, as well as Advanced Restorative Justice training and certification through the Association of Student Conduct Administration at the Gehring Academy. She has since been working to implement restorative work throughout her time at UD, with efforts ranging from cultural implementation of restorative practices, restorative programming, and conflict resolution opportunities, to reintegration of students after removal from campus. Jessica’s passion for helping others heal and rectify actions allows for Restorative Justice practices to be implemented with respect to all participants.
(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm