Meet the Staff

Professional Staff

Jeanne Meyer

Jeanne Meyer J.D.
Director
jeanne@niu.edu

Jeanne Meyer is responsible for the overall operation of Student Conduct. Meyer has over eight years of experience in the field of student conduct. She is a licensed attorney in the State of Illinois, has served as a prosecutor and public defender and former sergeant with the NIU Department of Police and Public Safety. Meyer is also a certified mediator.


Brian Glick

Brian M. Glick, Ed.D.
Associate Director
bglick@niu.edu

Brian Glick is primarily responsible for working with conduct cases involving recognized student organizations. He also helps to adjudicate individual student conduct cases as well. He has over 15 years of experience in the field of student conduct. Glick serves as the training officer for Student Conduct, as well as the system administrator for the Maxient Conduct Administrator software the office uses for case management. Glick has primary responsibility for resolution of incidents falling under the incident of the umbrella of Title IX.


Joy Mitchell

Joy Mitchell M.S.Ed.
Assistant Director
jmitchell9@niu.edu

Joy Mitchell is primarily responsible for working with conduct cases involving recognized student organizations. She also helps to adjudicate individual student conduct cases as well. Mitchell brings experience as an academic advisor and also was a former NIU police officer..


Kathy Hodgkinson

Kathy Hodgkinson
Office Manager
khodgkinson@niu.edu

Kathy Hodgkinson provides administrative support for Student Conduct. She has been with Student Conduct for over eight years. She handles correspondence in regard to scheduling student conduct and appeal board hearings, as well as helping to schedule appointments with students.


Graduate Assistants and Interns

Emily Salomon
Graduate Assistants

Our graduate assistants are masters or doctoral students who want to learn more about the field of student conduct. Most of our graduate assistants are enrolled in the Counseling and Higher Education program. Our graduate assistants are paid and are staff members in Student Conduct. Graduate assistants office learn about the field of student conduct, work on special projects and  adjudicate student conduct incidents, under the supervision of Student Conduct staff.


None currently
Intern

Student Conduct interns are masters or doctoral students who want to learn more about the field of student conduct. Our interns receive class credit for their work. Interns in the office learn about the field of student conduct, work on special projects and may participate in adjudicating student conduct incidents, under the supervision of Student Conduct staff.

Contact Us

Student Conduct
Campus Life Building 280
DeKalb, IL 60115
815-753-1571
815-753-9289 (Fax)
conduct@niu.edu

Office Hours

Monday-Friday
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.