Chris is responsible for the oversight of the Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity. He came to Marymount University in 2010 with experience in student conduct and housing. Chris has presented nationally on working with college men in conduct systems and the investigation and adjudication of Title IX cases. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Savannah College of Art and Design and a Master of Science degree from Florida State University. Chris is currently a doctoral student at George Mason University.
Kathleen Garces-Foley, Ph.D.
Academic Integrity Coordinator
Dr. Kathleen Garces-Foley serves as the University's Academic Integrity Coordinator and is responsible for the intake, adjudication, and resolution of academic integrity cases. In addition to this role, she is an Associate Professor of Religious Studies and was honored by State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) with an Outstanding Virginia Faculty Award in 2012. Dr. Garces-Foley’s scholarship focuses on contemporary religious trends in the United States, including such topics as young adults and religious congregations, new funeral rituals, the hospice movement, and multiethnic churches. Read more.
Student Conduct Coordinator
Jaleel serves as the Student Conduct Coordinator. He is responsible for the day to day processing and resolution of cases and provides additional support for the academic integrity program. Jaleel holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from The Pennsylvania State University - Greater Allegheny where he was an active student leader and served as a member of their conduct board. He is currently a graduate student in Point Park University's stage and screenwriting program.
Academic Integrity Assistant
Breelle serves as the Academic Integrity Assistant. She is responsible for processing and maintaining academic integrity records and educating student about academic integrity. Breelle holds a Bachelor of Science degrees in Criminal Justice and Psychology from Judson University where she was student-athlete. She is currently a second-year graduate student in Marymount University's forensic and legal psychology program.