Dr. James Lancaster, professor of student affairs administration, and Dr. Diane Waryold, professor of student affairs administration, both in the Department of Human Development and Psychological Counseling in Appalachian State University’s Reich College of Education (RCOE), have published a book entitled Student Conduct Practice: A Complete Guide for Student Affairs Professionals. Released February 2020 at the Association for Student Contact Administrators National Conference in Washington, D.C., the text is an update of the 2008 first edition.
In addition to the book release and presentations with the chapter authors, Lancaster received special recognition at the conference “for his commitment to the Association for Student Conduct Administration, his service to the organization and the scholarship that has advanced knowledge of the profession.” Lancaster will retire at the end of the 2019-2020 academic year.
Stylus Publishing notes that “since the publication of the first edition of Student Conduct Practice in 2008, the landscape of student conduct has matured and shifted dramatically.”
The new edition expands and “maintains the objectives of the first--to constitute a compendium of current best practices in the administration of student conduct, to summarize the latest thinking on key issues facing practitioners today, and to provide an overview of the role and status of conduct administrators within their institutions.
The text was written “in close collaboration with the leadership of the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA), [and] the editors identified the most pressing conduct issues on our campuses and practitioners and faculty who offer related expertise and necessary diversity of voices.”
Waryold, D.M. and Lancaster, J.M. (2020). Student conduct practice: The complete guide for Student Affairs professionals (2nd Edition). Sterling, VA: Stylus Publications.
About the Authors
Lancaster joined Appalachian’s faculty in 2002. He writes and speaks widely on integrity and ethics issues. He is the Past-President for the Center for Academic Integrity, a past member of the American College Personnel Association and National Association of Student Personnel Administrators editorial boards and a past director and faculty member of the Gehring Student Judicial Affairs Academy of Association for Student Conduct Administrators. He has co-edited New Directions in Student Services, Beyond Law and Policy: Reaffirming the Role of Student Affairs; edited a book titled Exercising Power with Wisdom Bridging Legal and Ethical Practice with Intention; and recently co-edited Student Conduct Practice: The Complete Guide for Student Affairs Professionals. He received an Ed.D. in higher education administration, a M.A. in American history, and a B.A. in history all from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Waryold serves as the program director in the student affairs administration graduate program. She joined Appalachian’s faculty in 2004. She prides herself on identifying as a first-generation college student. Her research interests are in the areas of student conduct practices, international education, and the impact of technology consumption by college-aged students. She has presented programs, published, and consulted in the areas of campus student conduct, sexual misconduct, campus safety and campus policing, and academic integrity throughout the country. She is a founding and charter member of the Association for Student Judicial Affairs (ASJA), and served as president in 1995. She received an Ed.D. in educational leadership in higher education from Florida State University, a M.Ed. in counselor education, student personnel in higher education from the University of Florida and a B.S. in education from State University College of Cortland.