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Public Policy Division: NASPA 2023 Conference Guide

Public Policy Division
March 17, 2023 Sarah Liu James Tyger, J.D., Ph.D.

This past year has, no doubt, been a roller-coaster in public policy. Staying updatedon trends in local, national, and international legislative action is key to being great student affairs professionals and global citizens. As professionals, we have a duty tosupport and guide our students through thenumerousand often overwhelmingchanges in public policies. In order to do so, we need to stay plugged in, and what better way to do so at NASPA 2023? 

The NASPA 2023 Conference is an amazing opportunity for personal and professional growth.Being able to connect with and learn from experts in the field from near and far is exhilarating, but it can also be overwhelming.On top of that, diving into the world of public policy can prove to be a daunting task.To get you started, theNASPA Public Policy Division (PPD) has compiled a virtual guide of sessions that seek to educate and support conference attendees in gaining a better understanding of public policies and how they impacthigher education practices.  

This conference guide is rooted in the 2021-2024 NASPA Public Policy Division Agenda, which is largely U.S. policy centric but aligns itself with four important frameworks: 1) advocacy for student success 2) equity, inclusion, and social justice 3) research and scholarship 4) professional development and engagement.As you continue your professionaljourney, NASPAPPDencourages you to place a public policy lens at the forefront of your growth and your service to the field of student affairs. 

View the spreadsheet guide here--NASPA 2023 Public Policy Division Virtual Conference Guide--and check out session details below: 

  • W. Scott Lewis J.D.,TNG Consulting 
  • John Wesley Lowery, Professor, Student Affairs in Higher Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania-Main Campus 
  • Saundra Schuster, General Counsel, Sinclair Community College 
  • Daniel Swinton, Vanderbilt University 

This session, coordinated by W. Scott Lewis J.D., will explore how recent legislative actions and court decisions impact our work in student affairs.  

Join NASPA’s Public Policy Division Board members in an open meeting to discuss the PPD’s official business.  

  • Brent Marsh, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, University of Mississippi Main Campus 
  • Danielle McDonald, Associate Vice President and Dean for Students, University of South Florida 

During this constituent group session, presenters will discuss how we as student affairs professionals can guide our students in exercising their First Amendmentrightsand educate them about guidelines for expressive activity on a college campus. The session’s target groups are senior-level and mid-level student affairs professionals.  

  • Judy Jarvis, Director for the Office of Campus Engagement, Princeton University 

This is a scholarly paper session focused on LGBTQ+ student experiences on college campuses. The presentation will focus on how student affairs professionals can be proactive in supporting LGBTQ+ students. The presenter will also touch on three legal areas and their impacts on LGBTQ+ students’ right and experiences. The session’s target groups are senior-level and mid-level student affairs professionals. 

  • Maureen Grewe, Director for Student Conduct, University of South Carolina 

During this session, Maureen Grewe will present best practices for informal resolution processes for students navigating interpersonal violence concerns. The session’s target groups are mid-level and new student affairs professionals. 

  • Christy Moran Craft, Professor, Kansas State University 

In this constituent group session learn more about how to navigate and discuss religious beliefs at work. The session’s target groups are mid-level and new student affairs professionals. 

  • Scott Sheehan, Associate Director, Residence Life, Rochester Institute of Technology 

In this constituent group session learn more about updates and processes related to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program and more. The session’s target groups are new student affairs professionals and graduate students. 

  • Rebecca Natow, Assistant Professor, Hofstra University 

In this presentation, learn more about how to implement, update, or navigate policy as a Title IX Administrator. The session’s target groups are senior-level and mid-level student affairs professionals.  

The Balancing Game: Creating Equity between Survivors and Respondents | Monday, April 3 4:00PM - 4:50 PM 

  • Michelle Hamilton, Respondent Advisor, Michigan State University 

The session’s target groups are mid-level and new student affairs professionals. 

  • John Wesley Lowery, Professor, Student Affairs in Higher Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania-Main Campus 
  • W. Scott Lewis J.D., TNG Consulting 

In this constituent group session learn more about current trends related to guns on campus. The session’s target groups are mid-level and new student affairs professionals. 

  • Pietro Sasso, Assistant Professor, Stephen F. Austin State University 
  • Shelley Price-Williams, Assistant Professor, Postsecondary Education, University of Northern Iowa 
  • Kim Bullington, Chief Departmental Advisor and Programs Manager, Old Dominion University 

The session’s target groups are Vice Presidents for Student Affairs and senior-level student affairs professionals.   

  • Alyssa-Rae McGinn, Vice President of Investigations, Dan Schorr, LLC 
  • Dan Schorr, Dan Schorr, LLC 

The session’s target groups are senior-level and mid-level student affairs professionals.   

  • Diana Ali, Associate Director of Policy Research and Advocacy, NASPA 
  • Jill Dunlap, Senior Director for Research, Policy, and Civic Engagement, NASPA 

The session’s target groups are mid-level and new student affairs professionals. 

  • Maureen Grewe, Director for Student Conduct, University of South Carolina 

The session’s target groups are mid-level and new student affairs professionals. 

  • Branden Elmore, Postdoctoral Associate (CDIHE), University of Maryland–College Park 

The session’s target groups are mid-level and new student affairs professionals. 

  • Daniel Foster, Graduate/Research Assistant, University of Cincinnati-Main Campus  

The session’s target groups are senior-level and mid-level student affairs professionals.