Center for Student Conduct

Hallie Hunt

Director of the Center for Student Conduct and Assistant Dean of Students

hallie.hunt@berkeley.edu

Responsibilities

 

 

What makes you passionate about working with students?

 

 

Interests/Hobbies

 


Erin Niebylski

Assistant Director

erin.niebylski@berkeley.edu

Responsibilities

  • Title IX
  • SOC
  • Clergy
  • Staff Training
  • Adjudicate student cases
  • Housing Liaison

What makes you passionate about working with students?

I enjoy working with students because I love to be a part of their learning and development. Working in Student Conduct has allowed me to assist students in their holistic learning process by working with them in their decision making when they are often at a crossroad.

Interests/Hobbies

  • Wine Tasting
  • Traveling
  • Watching College Football
  • Volunteering for my sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha

Marisa Alvarez

Administrative Assistant

marisa.alvarez@berkeley.edu

Responsibilities

  • Administrative support and primary liaison to faculty, administration, students, community members and staff
  • Office management for the Center for Student Conduct
  • Provide resources that fosters students' success

What makes you passionate about working with students?

It is refreshing to work with people who respect their academic and professional goals while maintaining an environment that promotes honesty, integrity, diversity, and excellence among not only the local, but global community.

Interests/Hobbies

  • Being a mother to my children and exploring the world through their eyes
  • Home decorating and renovation
  • Maintaining a healthy lifestyle through fitness, such as dance and exercise classes.

Maria S. Jaochico

Senior Conduct Specialist

msjaochico@berkeley.edu

Responsibilities

  • Review and investigate referrals of academic and non-academic misconduct; facilitating the conduct process as outlined by the Berkeley Campus Code of Student Conduct
  • Balance individual and community interests in order to encourage student accountability
  • Connect students to resources that foster student success.
  • Special projects include overseeing the Greek Peer Review Board, Gold Star program, and Conduct's Fellowship program; serving as a member of the Violence Prevention Collaborative; liaison to the Athletic Department, Fraternity & Sorority Advising and Leadership Development, and Berkeley Fire Department Indoor Event Roundtable.

What makes you passionate about working with students?

My student affairs practitioner commitment to create a supportive, equitable, and inclusive campus environment with students as the focus drives my work every day.

Interests/Hobbies

  • Skiing

Becca Lopez

Conduct Specialist

becca.lopez@berkeley.edu

Responsibilities

  • Review and investigate referrals of academic and non-academic misconduct; facilitating the conduct process as outlined by the Berkeley Campus Code of Student Conduct.
  • Balance individual and community interests in order to encourage student accountability.
  • Connect students to resources that foster student success.
  • Special projects include assessment and working with academic departments to provide training and assistance.

What makes you passionate about working with students?

My passion for working with students comes from my desire to help students author their own lives. I hope to be good company for a student's journey by assisting them in navigating their path and creating partnerships with others who will help them achieve their goals and feel successful. A student's college experience can be a transformational time and I value the opportunity to be a part of it.

Interests/Hobbies

  • I enjoy running, hiking and most activities that get me outside and moving.
  • I love spending time with my family, especially my furry, four legged member.
  • When I am not doing the activities listed above, I am probably wrapped up in a book and living vicariously through the characters I am reading about.

Ray Mattila

Conduct Specialist

ray.mattila@berkeley.edu

Responsibilities

  • Review and investigate referrals of academic and non-academic misconduct; facilitating the conduct process as outlined by the Berkeley Campus Code of Student Conduct.
  • Balance individual and community interests in order to encourage student accountability.
  • Connect students to resources that foster student success.
  • Integrate Restorative Practices into the Student Conduct Process.

What makes you passionate about working with students?

I love the energy students have for the college environment. The community is dependent upon the passion students have for their personal and professional endeavors. Facilitating this passion for students in any way I can and helping them learn and grow is what drives me in this work.

Interests/Hobbies

  • Making/Listening to music
  • Watching a movie or TV show with friends
  • Spending time with my adorable dog