Nona Wood, M.S. Ed.
Associate Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities
Nona has been working with student rights and responsibilities issues at NDSU since 1990. She has presented research on a variety of topics on the state, regional, and national level. Topics have included adjudicating campus sexual assault, advance due process issues, psychological and other characteristics of sexual predators, search and seizure, stalking, and threat assessment.
Nona has also published on applying student development theory to the academic classroom (co-authored), moral and ethical development theory as applied to the training of student programming assistants, stalking (single and co-authored), and two articles on due process in student conduct hearings (co-authored).
Most recently, she co-authored the chapter, "Forums for Resolution," with Eugene L. Zdziarski in Student Conduct Practice: The Complete Guide for Student Affairs Professionals, edited by James M. Lancaster & Diane M. Waryold, Stylus, 2008.
In addition, she has served in a number of capacities in her professional organization, the Association for Student Conduct Administration (formerly known as the Association for Student Judicial Affairs), on the regional and national level, including holding the office of President.
Nona also taught the freshman experience class, Skills for Academic Success, at NDSU for ten years.
When Nona is away from NDSU, she enjoys reading, traveling, photography, attending athletic events with family, and visiting U.S. and Canadian National Parks.
Emily Frazier, M. Ed.
Assistant Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities
As the Assistant Director, Emily meets with students, faculty and staff, coordinates the Back on TRAC program, and organizes assessment efforts.
Emily has worked at NDSU since June of 2002. She previously worked in Residence Life and Registration and Records before joining Student Rights and Responsibilities in September of 2008. Emily earned her B.A. in Criminal Justice and Sociology at Gustavus Adolphus College and her M. Ed. in Educational Leadership at NDSU.
Emily serves on the board of directors as the treasurer for the North Dakota Association of Drug Court Professionals and as the faculty advisor for the Delta Tau Delta fraternity.
When Emily is away from the office, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, attending Bison athletics, cooking, and traveling.