Devin Cramer has been at CU Boulder for 10 years, starting as a hall director and holding several positions in Residence Life before moving to Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution (SCCR) in August 2014. As an associate director, he led the initiative to redesign the conduct process in the residence halls, focusing on education and student development. As director, he continued to prioritize the innovation of restorative practices and conflict resolution within both Student Conduct and Honor Code processes. In January 2020, he accepted the role of interim assistant dean of students. He continued to provide support to SCCR, and has also worked diligently to manage student crises on campus, providing support to Student Support and Case Management as well as chairing the Students of Concern Team. Devin is excited to continue to serve students in the role of assistant vice chancellor for Belonging and Engagement. He looks forward to supporting students through leadership opportunities, as well as providing guidance through crisis situations.
Cramer earned a bachelor of arts degree in political science from Western Washington University. He then received a master of science in higher education and student affairs at Indiana University Bloomington.
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