CONCORD, N.H. — Six months after a graduate of an elite New Hampshire prep school was convicted on charges of sexual assault and using a computer to lure a 15-year-old girl for sex, the school plans a symposium on technology and adolescent development.

The event, scheduled for June 15-17 at St. Paul’s School in Concord, will bring together leaders from other schools and experts in the fields of adolescent development, empathy, human sexuality, technology, and social media.

Participants attending “Empathy, Intimacy and Technology in a Boarding School Environment” will examine the impact of technology on the emotional health of young people and publish a guide covering areas such as policy and procedure, academic impact, prosocial behavior, spiritual life and student voice.

St. Paul Rector Michael Hirschfeld said school leaders have discussed the impact of technology on adolescent relationships for years. He said the Owen Labrie case “provided more focus to what we wanted to look at.”

“St. Paul’s in so many ways is a microcosm of our larger society,” he said. “If you think of the hookup culture, the rise of applications like Tinder and these other things our kids are aware of,” they are modeling their own versions of the larger society.

A jury in August convicted Labrie of misdemeanor sex assault charges and a felony charge of using a computer to lure an underage student for sex just days before he graduated.