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Dan Schorr LLC Webinar - Title IX Offices: Structure and Staffing for Success - Shared screen with speaker view
Paige Cook
44:00
Yes! please help writing a story!
Karen Salvemini
44:12
Agree with Paige!
Eric A Kidwell
52:03
Speaking as someone well outside the traditional TIX-adjacent roles in higher ed, I agree that skill set is more important that the office or dept your in or "background."
Deliwe Kekana
53:14
I agree Eric. On our campus, a lawyer would be chilling just by virtue of "the letters".
Andrea Mulrine
55:27
Still happening... adding to existing jobs!
Paige Cook
55:42
Agree! Still an issue.
Lauren McKown
01:01:05
can you make recommendations for staffing based on school size/number of campuses/number of reports?
Paige Cook
01:04:16
Is it helpful to present comparisons to your upper level?
Ellen Grulke
01:05:47
Can you also make recommendations regarding Deputy Title IX Coordinators (specifically who are employed outside of the Title IX office) and what responsibilities these individuals should have? I have not come across any resources that dive deeply into these types of roles and what the responsibilities should entail, so if anyone also has recommendations for resources that would be helpful as well!
MaryAnn Maikisch
01:09:59
yes
Ellen Grulke
01:10:03
Yes.
Martha Alexander
01:10:05
Yes
Paige Cook
01:10:06
Investigators started the process then whole office.
Janet Koski
01:10:09
Yes
Lauri Ruiz
01:10:10
We are absolutely involved in writing the policy
Deborah Owens
01:10:10
yes
Andrea Mulrine
01:10:21
I became coordinator after the policy was written, but I've been able to make edits.
Eric A Kidwell
01:10:30
I did, utilizing ATIXA's model
Deliwe Kekana
01:10:40
Now I am. When I started it was public safety/univ police
Robert Mayer
01:13:17
Can you speak about the role of "Title IX Mediator?"
Kimberly Kilgore
01:14:32
College Student Personnel Administration (MSEd)Academics Graduate Catalog 2022-2023
Alexa Justice
01:14:38
Educational policy
Paige Cook
01:16:20
Have you seen any institutions house their own mental health counselor?
Susan Mccarthy
01:17:47
I could see the potential for that arrangement to create an unintentional barrier to reporting and help seeking behavior
Eric A Kidwell
01:18:52
I think, too, that one has to recognize the reality of their institution. I'm at a very small college. In finding people to serve on our TIX "team," I first look for those I think would do the job well, have the interest, and have the availability. Once those three things are considered, you can have a VERY small pool. Where those people "live" on campus just can't always be a major concern.
Danielle Haynes
01:25:03
I'm definitely open to staying around. This has been so affirming.
Karen Salvemini
01:25:21
Agree with Danielle! I've never felt so understood before in this career!
Joel Aure
01:25:28
Hey, I know that guy!
Deliwe Kekana
01:25:39
I was Tyler until just before the pandemic!
Paige Cook
01:41:04
What if they want to have students do functions that you feel real employees should be doing...
Lauri Ruiz
01:41:40
What do you think about having student workers in the TIX office? Does that have the possibility of making other students uncomfortable when they come in for a report?
Paige Cook
01:42:19
Agree with Lauri...
Eric A Kidwell
01:44:31
I would not use students in the TIX office.
Paige Cook
01:55:22
for both complainants and respondents
Paige Cook
01:55:46
yes
Paige Cook
01:55:57
to help us support them
Paige Cook
01:56:14
ours is so over whelmed
Paige Cook
01:58:08
THANK YOU so much!!
Andrea Mulrine
01:58:14
Thank you!!!
Beth Hill
01:58:21
thanks much!
Deliwe Kekana
01:58:23
Thank you! This was great!
Lauri Ruiz
01:58:42
thanks so much
Emily Bell
01:58:44
Thank you!!!
Michelle Giacomino
01:58:58
THANK YOU!