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Student Assistance Services & CIRT. Offices of the Dean of Student Life Texas A&M University. Student Assistance Services Staff Members. Angela Winkler Assistant Director Risa Bierman Assistant Coordinator Davanna Minter Administrative Assistant. 845-3113 Located in Cain Hall C-217.

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student assistance services cirt

Student Assistance Services & CIRT

Offices of the Dean of Student Life

Texas A&M University

student assistance services staff members
Student Assistance Services Staff Members
  • Angela Winkler
    • Assistant Director
  • Risa Bierman
    • Assistant Coordinator
  • Davanna Minter
    • Administrative Assistant

845-3113

Located in Cain Hall C-217

student assistance services
Student Assistance Services
  • Academic and personal guidance, resources, and support
  • “Triage”
student assistance services1
Student Assistance Services
  • Referrals & connecting people to resources
  • Student welfare checks
  • Student absence notifications
  • Student death/ Silver Taps
  • Withdrawal support
  • Transition issues
  • Consultation about university rules, process, and grievances
tell somebody
Tell Somebody
  • Any member of the University community may report concerning behavior using an online report form 
  • Reports are submitted to the Special Situations Team – who will distribute appropriately for follow-up
  • Tellsomebody.tamu.edu
title ix reporting
Title IX Reporting
  • As an A&M Employee – you have a responsibility to report any discrimination, sexual assault or sexual violence
  • Federal law mandates how quickly action must be taken once the University is notified
  • You are considered “the University” when you are made aware of any incident
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Title IX Coordinator: Mr. Charley Clark [email protected]

Deputy Coordinators:

Dr. Cynthia Hernandez – Students

845-4728, [email protected]

Dr. Blanca Lupiana – Faculty

845-4274, [email protected]

Ms. Kathy Symank – Staff

862-4027, [email protected]

critical incident response team cirt
Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT)
  • Provide university response to assist and support students during/after a critical incident
  • Assist with immediate concerns
  • Also provide assistance and support to families and members of university community
cirt members
CIRT Members
  • Risa Bierman-Student Assistance Services
  • Kelly Cox- Student Life Studies
  • Tracey Forman- Disability Services
  • Jake Hayes- Student Activities
  • Katy King- Memorial Student Center
  • James Nash - Student Recreation Center
  • Lyndon Pryor – Memorial Student Center
  • Christine Thoorsell- Residence Life
  • Angela Winkler- Student Assistance Services
what is a critical incident
What is a critical incident?
  • Student death
  • Suicide ideation or attempt
  • Serious injury or illness
  • Sexual assault, abuse, or violence
  • Mental health crisis
  • Drug/ Alcohol overdose
  • Contacting students in case of family emergency
  • Airplane/ Automobile/ Train accidents
  • Natural disasters
  • Infectious disease
  • Domestic/ International kidnapping
  • Hate/ Bias incidents
  • National/ International emergencies
  • Campus disturbance/riot
  • Fire/ Explosion with injuries or significant damage
how does it work
How does it work?
  • Activated through UPD
  • On-call member gathers information
  • Responds to incident
  • Refers students to appropriate resources
  • After incident follow-up
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