Serving The Community
The mission of the Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) is to promote a safe and healthy learning environment at UW-Stout by detecting, assessing and providing early intervention to students whose behavior raises concern for serious health and safety risks to themselves or other members of the campus community.
The BIT provides collaborative consultation and develops strategies to address concerns regarding students’ well-being or behavior that is potentially harmful to self and/or others or is disruptive and/or threatening.
When student behavior concerns you
The Behavior Intervention Team meets regularly to assess concerning situations in the university community and recommend and/or take action in accordance with existing university policy. Team membership includes:
Jacqueline Bonneville, Associate Dean of Students (Chair)
Sandi Scott, Dean of Students
Chief Jason Spetz, University Police
Ann Hoffman, University Housing
Lisa Raethke, Student Health Services
Nate Kirkman, Assistant Dean of Students
Ann Murphy, Disability Services
Dr. Chasidy Faith, Director of the Counseling Center
Kyle Kershek, Counseling Center