Learn how to address faculty incivility without violating academic freedom. See a sample of the online training below.
Civility among faculty can be a complicated and thorny issue when you consider the scope of free speech, academic freedom, and how social media blurs the lines between the personal and professional context. Get an in-depth examination of this increasingly important issue, including concrete steps academic leaders can take to improve civility on campus and address issues as they arise.
Facilitated by experts on civility and academic freedom, this online training will examine scenarios and concrete examples of managing incivility that will inform your own institutional policies and practices.
Conflict Management for Institutional LeadersYou may also be interested in this related online training during which you will learn how to use conflict management tools in appropriate ways to help resolve disputes on campus. Save $50 when you purchase both recordings.
This online training is designed specifically for department chairs, deans, legal counsels, and senior administrators who work with faculty and personnel issues. You will understand the:
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to address civility issues within your faculty without violating academic freedom.
Ellen M. Babbitt, a private practice attorney in Chicago, Illinois, has over thirty years of experience as a counselor, litigator, and appellate advocate. Since 1991, she has concentrated on the representation of colleges, universities, and other institutions of higher learning. She regularly assists educational institutions and their administrators in drafting and updating institutional policies, including board bylaws, faculty handbooks, academic integrity policies, faculty codes of conduct, grievance procedures, ADA accommodation processes, and other compliance protocols. Ms. Babbitt has extensive experience representing institutions in government investigations, lawsuits, and administrative proceedings scrutinizing compliance with statutory, governance, contractual, and accreditation requirements. Her practice encompasses work on behalf of public and private institutions, including graduate and professional schools, universities, colleges, religious schools, and museums.
Ms. Babbitt currently serves on the board of directors of the National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA). She frequently presents at conferences, seminars, and webinars sponsored by NACUA, the American Council on Education, and other higher education policy associations, addressing significant legal issues affecting higher education.
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