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Members of the team represent a cross section of campus faculty and staff members who provide a healing space for those who are a target of or witness to a bias incident.

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Heather Shotton, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy  Studies

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Ben Keppel, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of History

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Sherri Irvin, Ph.D.

Associate Dean of the Graduate College

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Diane Brittingham

Director of Residence Life

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Quy Nguyen

 Senior Associate Director, Student Life

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Belinda Higgs Hyppolite, Ed.D.

Vice President, Convener

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Monique Ramirez Lemus, M.Ed.

Program Director, Co-Chair

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Carrie McClain, MHR, LPC

Assistant Vice President  of Regional Connections (HSC and Tulsa)

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Warren Queton, MA.

Program Director, Co-Chair

CCIRT Members

The role of the members is to support those who were a target or witness to an incident through the resolution process. Members review and analyze reports to aid in improving campus climate regardless of the resolution process. Members are required as part of their team membership to complete the following trainings:

  • Restorative / Informal Resolution Process
  • Anti-Bias Training
  • Title IX
  • Diversity Education 
  • Mitigating Bias