Protection of Minors in Higher Education Programs: Emerging Programs, Policies, and Practices
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: David Chupak is the Director of Youth Programs: Registration, Safety Assurance, and Education at Michigan State University, . Appointed in November 2017, he is responsible for promoting youth program compliance with the university's policies. In addition to communicating relevant MSU policies and best practices, David provides training, development, and tools to MSU Youth Program directors in support of their efforts to protect minors in their care. David earned his B.S.Ed. in Integrated Language Arts from Kent State University, and his M.A.Ed. in Student Affairs Administration from Michigan State University, . 2: Sandy Weaver is the Youth Program Compliance Specialist at Penn State University, . Her position is in the Office of Ethics and Compliance. Since 2013 she has been responsible for coordinating compliance with the Pennsylvania Child Protective Services Law and university policies that impact employees, volunteers, and minors who participate in a variety of university youth programs across the Commonwealth. Sandy earned her B.S. in Secondary Education from Mansfield University of PA, and her M.S. in Psychology from Shippensburg University of PA, . 3: Lindsay Meyer Bond is the Youth Policy Coordinator at The Ohio State University, . Since 2014 Lindsay has directed and expanded Ohio State's Protection of Minors Policy to include over 40, 000 individuals interacting with over 700, 000 minors annually. Lindsay also serves as the Higher Education Protection Network's Executive Director and is an adjunct faculty member at Ohio State. Lindsay earned her B.A., M.Ed., and M.A. degrees from The Ohio State University, .
Publication date: March 4, 2019