Designation of Title IX Coordinator and Deputies


Mines is committed to providing a campus community free from gender-based discrimination. Mines complies with all applicable state and federal statutes, including Title IX of the federal Higher Education Amendment of 1972 (“Title IX”). Title IX prohibits sex-based discrimination in any education program or activity, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. Mines students and employees who have concerns about sex-based discrimination are encouraged to seek assistance from me or one of the Mines Deputy Title IX coordinators listed below.

Title IX Coordinator Katie Schmalzel
Interim Title IX Coordinator
Director of Title IX Programs
Title IX Office
1706 Illinois Street
kschmalz@mines.edu | 303.273.3260
Deputy Title IX Coordinators Robin Bullock
EA 128
rbullock@mines.edu | 303.273.3074
Jessica Keefer
New Student and Transition Services
Campus Living Office, Elm Hall East 268
jkeefer@mines.edu | 303.384.2601
  Jim Saulsbury
Associate Director
Career Center
Student Center E180
jsaulsbury@mines.edu | 303.273.3205
Colin Terry
Associate Dean of Students
Student Life
Student Center E240
cterry@mines.edu | 303.273.3081
  David Wright
Assistant Provost
Global Education
Green Center 219
dwright1@mines.edu | 303.384.2120
Coordinator for Athletic Compliance Dixie Cirillo
Associate Athletics Director
Volk 318
dcirillo@mines.edu | 303.273.3206

This system allows for the expeditious coordination and investigation of Title IX concerns. It is an integral part of fulfilling Mines’ commitment to provide a positive learning and working environment for the entire community. Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinator duties include:

  • Receiving complaints of sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking from students, employees, visitors, vendors, or guests;
  • Explaining Mines policies and procedures to Complainants and Respondents, including the administrative review process and confidentiality;
  • Providing Complainants and Respondents with information about on and off campus resources;
  • Identifying and implementing support measures when appropriate;
  • Assisting Complainants alleging criminal acts in making a report to an appropriate law enforcement agency; and
  • Serving as a Title IX policy resource for members of the campus community.