International Journal of Restorative Justice
Post-print: the version of the article having undergone peer review but prior to being published
restorative justice, higher education, universities
Education | Social and Behavioral Sciences
This article describes the concept of a restorative university, an organisation that embraces restorative justice principles and practices. The article reviews the emergence of contemporary restorative justice; a framework for restorative justice in higher education; implementation in student affairs; the place of restorative justice in academic affairs; restorative justice and organisational culture; what we know about campus implementation, including results of a survey of universities; and suggestions for practical next steps for higher education institutions to become more restorative. Where possible, the article references restorative applications globally, but predominantly focuses on university campuses in the United States.
Digital USD Citation
Karp, David R. PhD, "Becoming a Restorative University" (2023). School of Leadership and Education Sciences: Faculty Scholarship. 41.