To ensure the fair and thorough investigation an adjudication of the alleged student misconduct, and to promote a greater awareness of the committee procedures and the University’s Standards of Conduct, the UJC selects and trains a staff of more than 70 students to serve as UJC Support Officers. There are three support officer positions: Counselors, Educators, and Investigators.
One or more Counselors are assigned to both the Complainant and the Accused parties in each case, and it is the duty of the Counselor to give their party a better understanding of the judicial process and to represent their party during a trial. Counselors are well-versed in UJC policy and trial procedure.
|Senior Counselor||Priya Viswanathan|
|Senior Counselor||Tessa Wright|
Education is a high priority of the Judiciary Committee. Students who are selected to be Educators lead the Committee’s educational efforts to the University community. In addition, Educators also work with guilty students sanctioned by the Judiciary Committee to obtain feedback regarding their experience with the judicial system.
|Senior Educator||Laura Skillin|
|Educator||Yingyi (Zach) Zhu|
One of the Investigator’s duties is to question all parties involved in a case and collect from them the relevant facts. These facts are compiled in a written report and presented at the time of the trial to a panel of judges so that they may acquaint themselves with the substance of the case.
|Senior Investigator||Ineke La Fleur|