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Students Attend Southern Association for College Student Affairs Annual Conference

At the closing of last semester, 2 Higher Education Leadership students, Nigel Richardson and Mat-thew Parnell, presented at the Southern Association for College Student Affairs (SACSA) Annual Conference with James G. Archibald, Ph.D, LPC. SACSA is a professional association designed for the development of practitioners, educators, and students engaged in the student affairs profession. The title of the presentation was “Student‟s Perceptions of Conduct Sanctions: A Review of Deterrence Theory.” We are applying aspects of deterrence theory to investigate which sanctions are more likely to deter misconduct as oppose to current sanctions. Currently, the study is in its‟ third phase. Nigel Richardson is a Graduate Advisor with OASIS and Matthew Parnell is a Hall Director with Housing and Residence Life. James G Archibald, Ph.D. serves as both Nigel’s and Matthew’s advisor as well as the Program Coordinator for the Higher Education Leadership program.

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