At the University of Texas at Austin our Title IX Coordinator has the sole
responsibility of addressing Title IX cases for both students and faculty &
staff. In our Dean of Students Office we have a total of six Title IX
Investigator positions with one of those positions being vacant. The
investigators in the Office of the Dean of Students only investigate and
complete Title IX reports. I hope that this is helpful. Thanks and have a great
ANDEL FILS-AIME, M. Ed., Director of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity
The University of Texas at Austin | Office of the Dean of Students |
512-471-2841 | deanofstudents.utexas.edu
on behalf of "Kellogg, Sara B [D S O]"
Date: Tuesday, November 8, 2016 at 9:59 AM
Subject: [big12conductdir] Title IX offices
I am hoping you will be able to share the following:
1. Is your campus Title IX Coordinator's sole responsibility Title IX cases, or
if they have other duties, and
2. How many Title IX investigators does you campus have?
Assistant Dean, Director of Student Conduct
Iowa State University
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On Oct 25, 2016, at 10:43 AM, Mariott, Aleigha
I have pasted our banned student notification email text below. This
notification is used when a student is suspended/expelled. We notify a number
of areas on campus. A representative in Academic Affairs or Graduate College is
notified which will pass the notice onto just their academic advisor. There is
also a similar note put in the database used by academic colleges and in our
student information system.
Banned Student Notification
STUDENT NAME, CWID, has been suspended from the university and banned from
campus, effective DATE and lasting until DATE. He has been suspended for a
serious drug violation. His photo is attached. Please post in a secure
location for appropriate staff. If you see him on campus, please notify
[mailto:big12conductdir-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Watson, Lance
Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2016 12:34 PM
Subject: [big12conductdir] Faculty Notification for Suspensions and Expulsions
Greetings Big XII Conduct Folk,
I am curious if/how your institutions notify faculty when a student is
suspended or expelled from your institution. If the faculty are notified, how
is it done and who does it? Also, what expectations (if any) do you lay out for
them if you share the information (i.e.: making it clear it is need to know)?
Thanks for any insight you can share!
Lance A. Watson
Director of Student Conduct & Community Standards
University of Kansas
1450 Jayhawk Blvd.
Strong Hall, Room 133
Lawrence, KS 66045
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