Stetson University

2006 - National Conference on Law and Higher Education Archive

Pre-Conference

Emerging Challenges in Immigration
Cary M. Jensen. (Immigration), Advising Internationals: Perspectives on an Enigmatic Profession
Margaret A. Catillaz, Esq. (Immigration), Update on Immigration Issues Affecting Foreign Faculty
•  H. Kless. (Immigration), Recent Legislative and Regulatory Changes Affecting Foreign Students and Scholars
•  Sylvia H. Kless. (Immigration), Promoting Secure Borders and Open Doors: A National-Interest-Based Visa Policy for Students and Scholars 
•  Sylvia H. Kless. (Immigration), Rice-Chertoff Joint Vision: Secure Borders and Open Doors in the Information Age 
•  Sylvia H. Kless. (Immigration), Impact of Changing Immigration Policies on Higher Education Institutions and their International Students and Scholars 
•  Russell C. Ford. (Immigration), Immigration-Related Issues Facing Colleges and Universities 
Wide Scope of Legal Concerns
William P. Hoye. (Study Abroad), Legal Issues Influencing International Study Abroad Programs
Sarah E. Morgan. (Study Abroad), European Critical Case Studies Influencing Study Abroad Programs
•  Tim Kaye. (Study Abroad), Study Abroad Programs in Europe 
Opening Plenary Session: The Sustaining of Expressional Rights
Lawrence White (Expressional Rights), The Sustaining of Expressional Rights Part I: Understanding the Legal Context
Lawrence White. (Expressional Rights), The Sustaining of Expressional Rights Part I: Understanding the Legal Context (PPT)
•  Ann H. Franke Esq. (Expressional Rights), Sustaining Expressional Rights: Legislative Threats to Academic Freedom 
•  Melinda Grier. (Expressional Rights), The Sustaining of Expressional Rights: Responding to the Challege 
•  Pete Kushibab. (Expressional Rights), Policy-making Challenges in the Marketplace of Ideas 
•  David Palfreyman. (Expressional Rights), The Sustaining of Expressional Rights: A British Perspective 

Main Conference

Concurrent Sessions Main Conference
John D. Marshall and Oren R. Griffin. (Campus Security), Managing Campus Security and the Rule of Law in an Era of Terrorism
•  John D. Marshall and Oren R. Griffin. (Campus Security), Managing Campus Security and the Rule of Law in an Era of Terrorism (PPT)
  Dennis Farrington. (Campus Security), Campus Security and the Rule of Law 
•  Steven J. McDonald. (Cyberlaw), Trading Cyberspaces: A Preview of the Season in Cyberlaw 
•  Nancy Tribbensee. (Cyberlaw), Trading Cyberspaces (Season II): An Update of Cyberlaw Relating to Surveillance, Privacy, Security and Domain Names Disputes 
•  Scott R. Palmer. (Admissions), Federal Law and Recruitment, Outreach, and Retention: A Framework for Evaluating Diversity-Related Programs (An Excerpt) 
•  Barbara A. Lee. (Background Checks), Who Are You? Fraudulent Credentials and Background Checks in Academe 
•  William P. Hoye. (Risk Management), Understanding the Analytical Approaches of Courts in Negligence Cases 
•  Kimberly Novak. (Risk Management), Understanding the Analytical Approaches of Courts in Negligence Cases 
•  Kimberly Novak. (Risk Management), Appendix 1: Risk Management Team 
•  Kimberly Novak. (Risk Management), Appendix 2: Student Organization Advisor Letter 
•  Kimberly Novak. (Risk Management), Appendix 3: Risk Management Officer Information Sheet 
•  Kimberly Novak. (Risk Management), Appendix 4: Core Competencies for Risk Managers 
•  Lawrence White. (Diversity), Diversity and Inclusion: Policy, Practice, and Legal Implications 
•  Melinda Grier. (Diversity), Experiences After Grutter & Gratz 
•  Barbara A. Lee. (Academic Freedom), What is Academic Freedom, Who Has It and When? 
•  Ann Springer. (Academic Freedom), Political and Religious Belief Discrimination on Campus: Faculty and Student Academic Freedom and The First Amendment 
•  Tim Kaye. (Academic Freedom), Academic Freedom: A UK Perspective 
•  Lisa A. Miller. (Substance Abuse), Back On TRAC (Treatment, Responsibility & Accountability on Campus) Day (Drugs, Alcohol & You) IV Program 
•  Randy Monchick and Don Gehring. (Substance Abuse), Back On TRAC: Treatment, Responsibility & Accountability on Campus
•  William Kaplin. (Sex Discrimination), Sexual Harassment and Retaliation Claims Under Title IX 
•  Wendy S. White. (Sex Discrimination), Sexual Harassment on Campus Addressing Claims of Faculty, Students and Staff 
•  Wendy S. White. (Sex Discrimination), Sexual Harassment on Campus Addressing Claims of Faculty, Students and Staff (PPT)
•  Holiday Hart McKiernan. (Access to Higher Education), Understanding Access to Higher Education 
•  Ben W. Blanton. (Access to Higher Education), Understanding Access to Higher Education: The Federal Tax Angle 
•  Paul Lowell Haines. (Access to Higher Education), Understanding Access to Higher Education: The Lessening Impact of Federal Efforts to Address Accessibility through Financial Aid, Diversity, and Disability 
•  Howard W. Bell, Jr. (Access to Higher Education), Understanding Access to Higher Education: Policies and Practices to Consider 
•  Tim Birtwistle. (Access to Higher Education), Understanding Access to Higher Education: How Laws, Policies, Culture, Administration, and Money Influence Accessibility and What Colleges and Universities Can Do to Have an Impact 
•  Tim Birtwistle. (Access to Higher Education), Understanding Access to Higher Education: How Laws, Policies, Culture, Administration, and Money Influence Accessibility and What Colleges and Universities Can Do to Have an Impact (PPT)
•  Russell C. Ford and Sarah H. Braughler. (Background Checks), Background Checks for Students and Employees: Should You and, If You Do, How Do You Comply With the Law?
•  Russell C. Ford and Sarah H. Braughler. (Background Checks), Background Checks for Students and Employees: Should You and, If You Do, How Do You Comply With the Law? (PPT)
•  Sheila Trice Bell. (Private College/University), Private College & University Forum, Governing Board Issues: What Should Administrators Keep in Mind? 
•  Charles F. Carletta. (Private College/University), Private College & University Forum, Governing Board Issues: What Should Administrators Keep in Mind? 
•  Beverly E. Ledbetter. (Private College/University), Private College & University Forum, Governing Board Issues: What Should Administrators Keep in Mind? (PPT)
Group Discussions
Holiday Hart McKiernan and Peter H. Ruger. (Governing Boards), The Responsibility and Accountability of Governing Boards: Recent Developments

Post Conference

Post Conference: Student Privacy Revisited
Beth E. Cate. (Privacy), Privacy in the University Setting
•  Steven J. McDonald. (Privacy), Student Privacy Revisited: The Fundamentals of Fundamental FERPA
•  Linda Langford. (Privacy), Preventing Violence and Promoting Safety in Higher Education Settings 
•  Linda Langford. (Privacy), Putting Your Best Face Forward: Tips for Being Web-savvy and Web-safe 
•  Linda Langford. (Privacy), Environmental Management: An Approach to Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention 
•  Linda Langford. (Privacy), Stalking, Cyberstalking, Obscene Calls & Threatening Emails 
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