5-Year Summer Institute Committee
Co-Chair: Stephanie Quade, Ph.D.
Stephanie has served in Jesuit Higher Education for over 25 years, primarily in the Division of Student Affairs at Marquette University. After graduating from Marquette in 1984, she attended the University of Maryland, attaining a master’s degree in College Student Personnel in 1986. Following two years at Loyola New Orleans working in campus activities, Stephanie returned to Marquette in 1988. In her years at Marquette, she earned her Ph.D. in Administration and Supervision while working full-time in a variety of capacities in student affairs. As Dean of Students, her current responsibilities include direct oversight of the University’s student conduct process, and supervision of the New Student Orientation program, Intercultural Engagement, Community Service and other areas within the Office of Student Development. Her committee work at Marquette has included service on the University’s Behavior Review Committee, the Centennial of Women committee, the Board of Undergraduate Studies, chair of the “Integrity Committee” for the Reaccreditation and the Core Curriculum Review Committee. She serves on the Editorial Board for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and is active within the Jesuit Association of Student Personnel Administrators and the Association of Student Conduct Administrators. She serves as an adjunct faculty member in the Marquette Department of English, teaching one class per semester—currently, she is teaching "Film as Narrative."
Co-Chair: Chris Rodgers
Christopher Rodgers has been a member of JASPA since the mid-1990s and served as host committee publicity chair when Fordham University hosted the 5 year summer institute in 2005. He serves as assistant vice president and dean of students at Rose Hill, Fordham University's campus in the Bronx, New York. Working at Fordham first for ten years in the office of residential life at Rose Hill and later serving for 5 years as dean of students at the Lincoln Center Manhattan campus, Chris has been dean of students at Rose Hill since 2006. After earning a BA in Politics in 1990 from The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, Chris came home to New York and received a Master of Arts from Fordham's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in Political Science. Originally from Pleasantville, New York, Chris and his wife Regina Dougherty Rodgers and their two daughters have called West Orange, New Jersey home for ten years.