Rebecca serves as the Associate Director for the Office of Student Conduct at the University of Georgia. She is responsible for resolving alleged violations of UGA’s code of conduct and for oversight of case assignments, budget management, office supervision, and for coordination of the office's outreach and education initiatives.
Rebecca received a B.A. from LaGrange College, an M.Ed in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina, and a J.D. from the University of Georgia School of Law. Prior to assuming her current role at UGA, Rebecca worked at the University of South Carolina and the University of Texas at Dallas, and most recently she worked in the Office of Student Integrity at Georgia Tech.
Chrisy Mramor provides administrative support for staff members in the Office of Student Conduct, as well as the members of the University Judiciary. Her primary responsibilities include handling office correspondence, maintaining conduct case records, and responding to Dean’s Certification requests. Chrisy is also responsible for hiring, training and supervising student employees. She has been with the Office of Student Conduct since August 2011.
Senior Coordinator - University Judiciary Case Manager
Emmie Bennett serves as the Senior Coordinator for Student Conduct. She is responsible for resolving alleged violations of the UGA Student Code of Conduct and coordinating formal hearings. In addition, she directly advises the University Judiciary, a student organization that facilitates the formal hearing process and provides outreach and education for students on campus.
A two-time graduate of UGA, Emmie received her A.B.J. from the Grady College of Journalism and earned her M.A. from the School of Public and International Affairs. Prior to joining the Office of Student Conduct, Emmie worked for UGA’s Department of Recreational Sports. . She is currently pursuing a doctorate in College Student Affairs Administration through UGA’s College of Education.
Barrett Malone serves as Director for the Office of Student Conduct and is responsible for planning, implementation, evaluation and oversight of the University’s student conduct system. The Office of Student Conduct receives all complaints regarding possible infractions of conduct regulations; schedules all University judicial hearings; coordinates and monitors all appeals; maintains student disciplinary records; and recruits, trains, and advises the University Judiciary.
A two-time graduate of UGA, Barrett received his B.B.A. from the Terry College of Business and earned his J.D. from The University of Georgia School of Law. Prior to assuming his current role, Barrett worked in the sports communications office of the University of Georgia Athletic Association, and after graduating from law school, entered the private practice of law for several years before returning to his alma mater.