Behavioral Intervention Team

Reports to Student Affairs 

Purpose: To be a resource to members of the University community who have a concern about a student’s behavior and need the opportunity to consult with professionals who deal with behavioral issues on a more frequent basis. The BIT provides an organized and coordinated method of assessment of the severity of an incident or situation affecting the University community. The BIT determines the need to intervention, identification and activation of appropriate resources and responses, ongoing monitoring, and evaluation of responses and outcomes.

Behavioral Intervention Team Members (Core Group):

Andrea Weber, Assistant VP Student Affairs/Dean of Students (Chair)
Denise Baumann, Associate Director of Residential Life & Services
Gabby Catlin, Interim Director of Student Conduct
Anna Clark, Care Consultant
Kerri Deal, Dean of Students Office
Andrew Englert, Associate Director, University Safety
Julia Holmes, Deputy Compliance Officer
Rhonda Lesley, Director of Counseling Center
Sgt. Josh Ludwig, Springfield Police Department
Jeff Mitchell, Associate General Counsel
Alisha Tuttle, Clinical Assistant Professor, NUR, MCHHS

Outer Group

Carlye Genisio, Assistant Director, Student Engagement – Fraternity & Sorority Life
Tracey Glaessgen, Associate Director, Center for Academic Success & Transition
Algerian Hart, Associate Dean, Graduate College
Casey Hunt, Senior Associate Director of Athletics
Sarah Nimmo, Director, Magers Health and Wellness Center
Patrick Parnell, Director of International Services
Kelly Wood, Executive Director, Center for Academic Success and Transition

Updated July 11, 2022

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