Student Rights and Responsibilities Committee
School of Medicine
|Name||Primary Constituency||Faculty Rank||Role|
|Amy Burt||School of Medicine
|Carla See||Eberly College of Arts and Sciences||Program Coordinator||Chair-elect|
|Jessica Morgan||College of Creative Arts||Associate Professor||Member|
|Iwona Wajciechowska||Eberly College of Arts and Sciences||Teaching Instructor||Member|
|Justin Wartella||College of Applied Human Sciences||Teaching Assistant Professor||Member|
|Regina Burgess||College of Applied Human Sciences||Teaching Instructor||Member|
|Laura Vollmer||School of Nursing||Assistant Professor||Member|
|Janet Fraser||Chambers College of Business and Economics||Teaching Assistant Professor||Member|
|Bob Bastress||College of Law||Professor||Member|
|Casey McCluskey||School of Medicine||Assistant Professor||Member|
|Ron Reaser||Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources||Teaching Instructor||Member|
|Jason May||Eberly College of Arts and Sciences||Teaching Assistant Professor||Member|
|Cynthia Hall||WVU Institute of Technology
|Jill Gibson||Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities||Director
- Provide support and assistance to the WVU Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, especially with regard to issues of student support, conduct, and academic integrity.
- Survey faculty with regard to their interest and willingness to serve as advisors to both the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities and students engaged with that office.
- Define and implement a process to let faculty advise/mentor students engaged with the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, including the Office of Academic Integrity.
- Participate in annual training on the Student Code of
Conduct; Title IX; the Academic Integrity Policy; and Board of Governor’s Rule 1.6. Working
with various stakeholders (Including, but not limited to, the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities and Office of Academic Integrity) suggest training for relevant faculty groups and sub-groups.
- Research and report on aspects of faculty involvement in
issues of student conduct at other peer institutions and make recommendations as to faculty
involvement in those issues at WVU based on that research.
- Not less than every five years, review and make suggestions to the Dean of Students about proposed changes/amendments to the WVU Student Code of Conduct.
Last Update: April 2022, Annex III