by University of Oregon
October 6, 2020 2:30 am
We’re pleased to present Flock Talk, a podcast for new students and their families. Each episode will introduce you to important resources and people at the University of Oregon to help you with your transition. From housing and roommates, to financial aid and scholarships, to changing roles and relationships, our episodes will keep you engaged in all aspects of the UO journey. We’ll highlight timely higher education topics, and discuss themes directly related to the way we support first-year students.
On today’s episode Tiffany and Cora have a conversation with Kristi Patrickus, Community Standards Specialist, about what Student Conduct and Community Standards mean at the UO and how the UO’s educational approach to student conduct is meant to be restorative not punitive.
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