Michele Goldfarb is the new director of the Office of Student Conduct, the University announced Tuesday.
Goldfarb, who previously led the OSC from 1996 to 2006, had been serving as interim director of the office over the summer following the retirement of Susan Herron. The OSC deals with matters of student discipline, including academic integrity issues and other student misconduct.
During her time at Penn, Goldfarb has also served as director of the Penn Women’s Center, associate university ombudsman and a School of Law instructor.
“We are very pleased to welcome Michele Goldfarb back to this office, which she led with such distinction for ten years,” Provost Vincent Price said in a statement. “Her strong judgment, invaluable experience and collaborative approach to educating students and handling disciplinary cases will all be great assets to the Penn community in the years ahead.”
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