Culture of Respect

What is it?

The Culture of Respect is part of NASPA (Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education). Their goal is to “strengthen schools by providing a framework to assess and improve efforts to eliminate campus sexual violence. [They] provide tools for all constituents at colleges and universities as they answer the call to ensure students are safe to pursue the promise of higher education.” The Culture of Respect piloted the program with 14 institutions, and published a report that discusses the various improvements. There are just over 50 institutions who are participating in 2017 & 2018 and Mines is excited to be one of them!


Mines Campus Leadership Team Vision [In Development]

Name Department

Karin Ranta-Curran

Title IX
Katie Schmalzel

Title IX

   
Survivor Support  
Dave Cillessen

Mines Police

Mary Cook

International Programs

Jessica Keefer

New Student and Transition Services
Danielle LeClair

Budget

   
Clear Policies  

Shona Hansen

Undergraduate Student

Isabelle Jeffries

Student Activities
Emilie Nemchak

Residence Life

Vicki Nichol

Administration & Operations

   
Multi-Tiered Education  
Michelle Darveau

Human Resources

Kate Kelsey

Counseling

Derek Morgan

Student Life

Jahi Simbai

Graduate Office

   
Public Disclosure  
Jamie Skadeland

Athletics

Jesse Vigil

Facilities Management

Sandy Woodson

HASS

   
Schoolwide Mobilization  
David Hansburg

Athletics

Kevin Moore

CECS

Jenny Nichols

Student Activities

Andrea Salazar-Morgan

Multicultural Engineering Program

Peter Weddle

Graduate Student

 

Questions

If you have questions regarding their work, please contact Katie Schmalzel (kschmalz@mines.edu)