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Addressing Off-Campus Student Conduct with Restorative Justice.

Gerard, Gena
June 4, 2015

Source: (2005) Conflict Management in Higher Education Report. 6(1), November. Campus Conflict Resolution Resources Project, Wayne State University, Michigan. Downloaded 5 December 2005.

On a recent Saturday morning, 14 young people — most of them University of Minnesota students — assembled at First Congregational Church for the first community conferences to deal with alcohol-related incidents in the U of M campus area. After an orientation, they divided into three groups and sat down with University representatives, neighborhood residents, and fellow
students to talk about their cases. Each group began with a conversation about the impact: Who had been affected? How? Like most offenders referred to the program, many weren’t sure if they had harmed anyone at all. (excerpt)


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