Armstrong Hires Amy Zieziula as Assistant Dean of Student Integrity
(July 1, 2014) — Armstrong State University recently hired Amy Zieziula as assistant dean of student integrity. In her new position, Zieziula is responsible for upholding the university’s Honor Code and Code of Conduct and providing educational outreach regarding civility on college campuses.
Before joining Armstrong, Zieziula worked as the coordinator for student conduct at Georgia Southern University for three years, where she served as a conduct officer and resolved honor violations. She also served as the interim associate dean for student conduct and implemented the university’s Institutional Effectiveness Plan for Georgia Southern University’s Office of Student Conduct.
Additionally, Zieziula has experience in the field of student housing. She worked as a residence director at State University of New York at Geneseo for two years, where she implemented a Code of Conduct. She has also delivered presentations at several conferences and served as a panelist at the Women’s Empowerment Conference in 2013.
She earned a M.Ed. from University at Buffalo, The State University of New York and a B.S. from State University of New York at Brockport. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in Higher Education Leadership from Georgia Southern University.
Zieziula serves on the research committee for the Association for Student Conduct Administrators (ASCA) and has volunteered with St. Matthew’s Catholic Church of Statesboro. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Delta and Order of Omega honor society and Phi Sigma Sigma international fraternity.
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