Carnegie Mellon University

Joanna Dickert

Joanna Dickert

Interim Director, Office of Community Standards and Integrity

Address
1060 Morewood Avenue
Student Life Suite
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Bio

Joanna Dickert is the Interim Director of the Office of Community Standards and Integrity (OCSI). In this role, she and the OCSI team work to promote personal and social responsibility via student conduct processes that facilitate accountability, active learning, and reflective practice. Currently in her 14th year at Carnegie Mellon, her previous work has included program development and student engagement related to undergraduate research, national fellowship advising, academic integrity, and women’s leadership. In addition to her work in OCSI, Joanna is a PhD student in the Department of Evaluation and Measurement at Kent State University. Through the alignment of a student-centered process with an evidence-based approach to decision making, she is interested in exploring how assessment and evaluation can optimize student learning, particularly in metacurricular experiences. With a M.S.Ed. in Educational Studies as well as a B.S.B.A. in Marketing and a B.A. in Spanish from Duquesne University, she has taught introductory management courses at Duquesne's A.J. Palumbo School of Business Administration. At Carnegie Mellon, Joanna created a course on social responsibility that she has taught at both the Pittsburgh and Qatar campuses.

Grace Choi

Grace Choi

Program Coordinator, Office of Community Standards and Integrity

Address
1060 Morewood Avenue
Student Life Suite
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Bio

Grace Choi is the Program Coordinator in the Office of Community Standards and Integrity, serving as the office lead for the Maxient system. She regularly consults with staff and faculty regarding office work flows within the Maxient system and is responsible for records management including disciplinary record checks. Originally born in San Francisco, she grew up in Pittsburgh and now considers the city to be her home. In her free time, she is usually chasing her two young children.  She is also involved within her church serving as a deacon.

Hillary George

Hillary George

Coordinator of Community Standards and Integrity, Housefellow for West Wing

Address
1060 Morewood Avenue
Student Life Suite
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Bio

New to Pittsburgh, Hillary George is coming to Carnegie Mellon from Syracuse University, where she served as an Assistant Residence Director in the Office of Residence Life since 2015. There, she discovered her passion for student development through her involvement in the Honors Learning Community, serving as a facilitator for bystander intervention training and working on the university appeals board. Hillary holds a B.A in Psychology and Legal Studies from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and earned her M.S at Syracuse University in Higher Education Administration. Here at Carnegie Mellon, Hillary is a coordinator in the Office of Community Standards and Integrity, focusing on academic integrity violations specifically within the School of Computer Science, Tepper School of Business, and Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences. She serves as a process advisor for the University Disciplinary Committee and manages the board member recruitment and training process. Hillary is also the Housefellow for West Wing and looks forward to actively engaging in the upper-class community and serving as a support system for these students and Resident Assistants. Originally from Salem, Massachusetts, Hillary enjoys all things Halloween and spending time by the ocean, though she is learning to love rivers now that she is further from the coast.

Scott Levitt

Scott Levitt

Coordinator of Community Standards and Integrity, Housefellow for Resnik

Address
1060 Morewood Avenue
Student Life Suite
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Bio

Always the adventure-seeker, Scott is familiar with moving across the country to make a new home. Scott is coming to Carnegie Mellon from Tallahassee, Florida, where he completed his master’s degree in student affairs at Florida State University. While in Tallahassee, Scott worked in the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, focusing on student organizational conduct and student conduct board leadership programming. Prior to Florida State University, Scott received his bachelor’s degree in student affairs leadership at University of Delaware. He wears the homecoming king crown with great pride and gratitude, paying homage to the community who cultivated his student engagement. Here at Carnegie Mellon, Scott is a coordinator in the Office of Community Standards and Integrity, serving as the office liaison for academic integrity violations in Mellon College of Science, the College of Fine Arts, and Heinz College. He is one of the process advisors for the University Disciplinary Committee as well as the point of contact for computing violations. Scott is also the Housefellow for Resnik and is looking forward to connecting, engaging, and supporting the students and staff who reside in the upper-class community. When Scott is not making homemade ice-cream of all flavors, he is cooking up delicious food from cuisines all around the world. And when he is not cooking up something delicious, you’ll probably find him eating it.