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Wuthrich and Hansen pen chapter on student affairs and integrity in online education

Christian Wuthrich, dean of students, and Madison Hansen, Academic Integrity Program director, recently published a chapter in the new NASPA book, “Online and Engaged: Innovative Student Affairs Practices for Online Learner Success.” Their chapter is titled “The Role of Student Affairs in Cultivating Integrity in Online Education.”

The chapter explores how as online education expands, student affairs practitioners have an opportunity to foster an academic environment that promotes fairness, full engagement with learning and accountability in the online space. The chapter provides an overview of how neoliberalism has shaped online education, a model for interpreting educational environments and influencing outcomes, and several case studies and applications for student affairs practitioners involved in conduct, student support and policy work.

Wuthrich and Hansen presented their chapter on March 26 at the NASPA webinar “Engaging and Supporting Students Online During COVID-19 and Beyond,” which 900 faculty and staff attended.