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  • Kristin Olson

    Kristin Olson, Director

    202 A Driscoll Center North
    303-871-4504
    kolson1@du.edu

  • Read About Kristin

    Kristin has been serving as the Director of Student Conduct since August of 2009. Kristin earned an B.A. in Political Science, including a minor in Business, from the University of New Hampshire. Kristin started at the University of Denver in the fall of 2002 as a Graduate Residence Director in Johnson-MacFarlane Hall. Kristin accepted a Graduate Assistantship with the student conduct area (then the Office of Citizenship & Community Standards) for the 2003-2004 academic year. She earned an M.A. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Denver in June 2004. Kristin then served as the Assistant Director of Citizenship & Community Standards until the summer of 2009, when she was hired as the Director for the area. While at DU, Kristin has also served as the advisor to Up 'Til Dawn -- a colligate fundraising group on campus that works with St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital -- since January of 2005. In May 2004, Kristin and colleagues published a book, "Campus Conversations: A Book of Questions for College Students." Kristin also co-chairs the campus-wide Honor Code Advisory Committee; a group that works to promote the Honor Code for students, staff, faculty, and administrators at DU.

  • Ryan Smith

    Ryan Smith, Assistant Director

    201 Driscoll Center North
    303-871-4851
    ryan.t.smith@du.edu

  • Read About Ryan

    Ryan joined the University of Denver in his role as Assistant Director in the fall of 2013, having previously come from Regis University where he was the Assistant Director of Judicial and Commuter Affairs. Prior to this Ryan served as a Residence Life Coordinator at Regis University. Ryan holds a B.A. from Regis University and an M.A. from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver.

  • Diana Madriz

    Diana Madriz, Conduct Administrator

    214 Driscoll Center North
    303-871-3584
    Diana.Madriz@du.edu

  • Read About Diana

    Diana became a Student Conduct Administrator in August of 2013. She obtained her B.A. in Latin American Studies and Spanish Language and Literature from Whitman College in Walla Walla, WA in 2011. Diana is currently a graduate student in the Morgridge College of Education at DU, where she is pursuing a Master's degree in Higher Education Administration with a focus in Diversity and Higher Learning. Diana serves as the Community Engagement Chair for the Higher Education Student Association.

  • Ryan Cook

    Ryan Cook, Conduct Administrator

    214 Driscoll Center North
    303-871-4544
    Ryan.J.Cook@du.edu

  • Read About Ryan

    Ryan became a Student Conduct Administrator in August of 2013. Ryan earned a BS in Human Performance from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire. Ryan decided to pursue a Master's degree in Higher Education in the Morgride College of Education at DU and plans to work in multiple areas of student affairs. Ryan serves as the Master's Representative for the Higher Education Student Association as well.

  • Maggie Lea

    Maggie Lea, Conduct Administrator

    214 Driscoll Center South
    303-871-4506
    margaret.lea@du.edu

  • Read About Maggie

    Maggie has been serving as a Conduct Administrator within Student Conduct since November 2012. She is currently pursuing her Master of Arts degree in Conflict Resolution from the Conflict Resolution Institute at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at DU. Maggie serves as a volunteer mediator with Jefferson County Mediation Services, helping to resolve family, community and small business disputes. She also serves on the Student Health Advisory Council with the Student Counseling Center, and as the Community Affairs Chair for the Conflict Resolution Graduate Student Association. Maggie received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with a minor in sociology and a certificate in business, from Duke University in 2004.