Date of Degree
Education Policy | Higher Education Administration | Higher Education and Teaching | Other Education | Scholarship of Teaching and Learning | Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education
Student Conduct Administrator, Wellness, Self Care, Higher Education, Emotions, Authentic Inquiry
This dissertation research chronicles my experiences with emotions and learning as a student conduct administrator throughout the arduous process of investigating, becoming, and transforming by engaging sociocultural theory. Grounded in Authentic Inquiry (Tobin, 2006), this research centers my lived-experience and nuances the role of emotions in student affairs and especially student conduct practices. Throughout this dissertation I address themes surrounding reflexivity (Bourdieu, 1992), emotions (Turner, 2002) (Collins, 2004), and self-care. Each chapter is interpretive and impressionistic and represents my thinking as a researcher and conduct administrator. Throughout the chapters I narrate salient events and experiences in my student conduct practice as I interpret what is happening and why it is happening.
McCallum, Corie Amanda Marie, "A Student Conduct Administrator’s Journey to Wellness" (2021). CUNY Academic Works.
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