Presentation Request

Staff members from the Office of Judicial Affairs and Mediation Services are available to do presentations for your group or class on a variety of topics. Please fill out all necessary fields on the on-line request form. We require that we receive the presentation request at least two weeks prior to the intended presentation date. Once the request is received and processed, a member of our staff will contact the requestor via email or telephone to arrange the specific details of the presentation.

Online Request Form

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Conflict Resolution Skills
Academic Misconduct - What is Expected?
The Disciplinary Process for Dummies
Alcohol & Drugs - What's the Real Deal?
Just the Rules Please - Overview of Student's Rights & Responsibilities
Mediation Motivation - Overvie of the Mediation Process, Benefits & Goals
Ethical Decision Making
Student Organization Rules & Regulations
Leadership: How to Deal with the Disgruntled Egg
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Traffic Citation Appeals
Student traffic citation appeals are heard by the Court of Traffic Appeals. Please visit the Student Government Association web site for full information.

Appeals may be made by visiting the SGA website, and decisions may be reviewed online as well.

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What is mediation?

Mediation is a process in which a neutral third party (mediator) facilitates the discussion and identification of issues between the disputants, the development of alternate solutions, and the negotiation of a mutually satisfying outcome to the dispute.
 "Training Peer Mediators in the College and University Setting: A Trainer's Guide" by Rick Olshak

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