Jill Childress: Meaningful intervention is key to student success

Childress supports the college’s compliance with federal and state regulatory guidance around hazing laws and reporting, Title IX, and the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act. Along with others at the college, she participates in safety and risk assessment to see that distressed or disruptive students are set up for success academically—ensuring their educational rights and due process—while balancing campus safety. She also serves as a faculty liaison and consultant, sharing communication strategies and de-escalation techniques for working with students, and finding ways to connect students to supportive resources.

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