Stetson University

2004 - National Conference on Law and Higher Education Archive

Pre-Conference

Pre Conference: The Law, Ethics & Student Honesty
Melinda Grier. (Academic Integrity), Student Academic Integrity (PPT)
•  Melinda Grier. (Academic Integrity), Academic Integrity: Culture and Context
•  Susan E. Tifft. (Academic Integrity), Their Cheating Hearts: The Cultural Roots of Student Dishonesty 
Opening Plenary Session: Twenty-five Years of Supreme Court Precedent: How has the United States Supreme Court Influenced American Higher Education?
Lawrence White. (Supreme Court Decisions), Supreme Court 101: What the Supreme court Does, How It Works, Who the Justices Are, and How the Justices Align
•  William A. Kaplin. (Supreme Court Decisions), The U.S. Supreme Court's Role In Higher Education 1979-2004: The First Amendment 
•  Beverly Ledbetter. (Supreme Court Decisions), Re: Discrimination: A Look Back at Twenty-Five Years of Supreme Court Decision Impacting Higher Education 
•  (Supreme Court Decisions), The Justice of the Supreme Court 

Main Conference

Main Conference Concurrent Sessions
Evelyn Wiener and Wendy White. (Student Health), A Profile of Student Health Services (PPT)
•  Evelyn Wiener and Wendy White. (Student Health), Student Health: Requirements, Standards, and Legal Issues
•  (Student Health), A Profile of Student Health Services (PPT)
•  (Student Health), ACHA Guidelines: Recommendations for Institutional Prematriculation Immunizations 
•  (Student Health), ACHA Guidelines: Standards for Student Health Insurance/Benefits Program 
•  (Student Health), ACHA Guidelines: Guideline for Preparing the University for SARS 
•  (Student Health), University of Pennsylvania Involuntary Leave of Absence Policy 
•  Robert D. Bickel and Susan F. Brinkley. (Privacy and Security), Seeing Past Privacy: Will the Development and Application of CCTV and Other Video Security Technology Compromise an Essential Constitutional Right in a Democracy, or will the Courts Strike a Proper Balance?
•  Ann H. Franke. (Student Suicide), Before and After Student Suicide: Preventing Tragedies and Mitigating Liability 
•  Kathy R. Hollingsworth. (Student Suicide), Dealing with Students in Crisis: A Systems Approach 
•  Kathy R. Hollingsworth and Ann H. Franke. (Student Suicide), Before and After Student Suicide: The Casae of Professor Caring and Ms. Axis Tu 
•  Linda Langford. (Policy Development), Law and Science Perspectives on a Systematic Approach to Policy Development: Overview and Case Study (PPT)
•  Miriam McKendall. (Policy Development), Law and Science Perspectives on a Systematic Approach to Policy Development: Overview and Case Study (PPT)
•  Linda Langford and Miriam McKendall. (Policy Development), Law and Science Perspectives on a Systematic Approach to Policy Development: Overview and Case Study (PPT)
•  Lindsay Bosslett, Chronicle of Higher Education. (Policy Development), Colleges Decide How to Comply with New Sex-Offender Law 
•  Cheryl A. Cameron and Barbara A. Lee. (Senior Administration), Demands for Accountability: The Implications of Review, Reorganization, and Retrenchment on Faculty Appointments (PPT)
•  Cheryl A. Cameron and Barbara A. Lee. (Senior Administration), Demands for Accountability: The Implications of Review, Reorganization, and Retrenchment on Faculty Appointments 
•  Steven G. Olswang, Ellen M. Babbitt, Cheryl A. Cameron, and Edmund K. Kamai. (Senior Administration), Retrenchment 
•  Mary Ann Connell. (Senior Administration), Academic Freedom and Professional Speech 
•  Donna R. Euben. (Senior Administration), Academic Freedom and Professional Speech 
•  William P. Hoye. (Torts), The Law Off-Campus 
•  Carol D. Binzer. (Torts), The Law Off Campus: A Student Affairs Perspective 
•  Thomas P. Hustoles. (Community Colleges), Community College Forum: A Discussion of Law & Policy Issues from the Unique Perspective of Community Colleges 
•  Pete Kushibab. (Community Colleges), Public Records Law for Public Institutions 
•  Pete Kushibab. (Community Colleges), Law for Trustees and the "Policy Governance" Model 
•  Karen J. Stone. (FERPA), FERPA/Clery Act Focus Group 
•  Geoffrey Bennett and David Palfreyman. (U.S. and U.K. Forum), Universities, Government & the Law: Divergence Between, or the Convergence of American and English Higher Education?
•  (U.S. and U.K. Forum), Higher Education Bill Part 3- Student Fees in Higher Education 
•  Peter H. Ruger. (Policy Development), Re-Emerging Concern for Conflicts of Interest and Commitments: Practical Considerations for Policy Development 
•  Nancy Tribbensee. (Torts), Recent Tort Law Decisions and their Implications for Student Risk Management 
•  Kim Novak. (Policy Development), Proactive Policy Development 
•  (Policy Development), Proactive Policy Development Appendix A: Student Organization Advisors
•  (Policy Development), Proactive Policy Development Appendix B: Campus and Enrichment Programs 
•  (Policy Development), Proactive Policy Development Appendix C: Supplements System Policy 
•  (Policy Development), Proactive Policy Development Appendix D: Planning a Big Event?
•  Angela C. Alkire. (Student Health), Alcohol On Campus 
•  J. McDonald and David T. Drooz. (Cyberspace), Cyberspace and Intellectual Property Update (PPT)
•  Steven J. McDonald. (Cyberspace), Cyberspace and Intellectual Property Update: The Day the Music Died? The Latest from the MP3 Wars, and What You Should Do in Response 
•  David T. Drooz. (Copyright), Copyright Topics: TEACH Act Coursepacks (PPT)
•  David T. Drooz. (Copyright), Copyright - The TEACH Act at One Year 
•  David T. Drooz. (Copyright), Copyright - Electronic (and other) Coursepacks 
•  Sylvia H. Kless. (Immigration), Immigration Law: International Student Issues, Employment, and Emerging Legal Questions
Margaret A. Catillaz. (Immigration), Achieving Competitive Advantage Through Immigration: Faculty Recruiting and Retention Issues 
•  Peter H. Ruger. (Legislation Update), Legislative & Regulatory Update: Implementation and Response 
•  Oren R. Griffin. (Diversity), Evaluation Outreach and Hiring of Professional Employees: Avoiding the Reverse Discrimination Mythology 

Post-Conference

Post Conference: The Professional Employee: Balancing the University's Interests and Employee Rights
Ellen M. Babbitt. (Human Resources), Employers Serving at the Pleasure of the University: Emerging Public Policy Exceptions to "At Will" Employment
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