Student Assessment and Intervention Team

The Student Assessment and Intervention Team (SAIT) is a multi-disciplinary group of professionals who meet on a regular basis to promote the safe and effective functioning of the campus community. The team proactively provides centralized, coordinated and supportive intervention for at-risk students.

The SAIT:

  • Assesses and addresses student behavior that is disruptive/threatening, showing evidence of emotional distress, or potentially harmful to self or others.
  • Mobilizes internal and external resources for students who are distressed, disruptive, in crisis, and/or who are dealing with economic challenges, including food and housing insecurity.
  • Provides ongoing consultation and training to faculty/staff/administrators regarding problematic student behavior.
  • Coordinates follow-up as needed.

Members:

Leonard Russ, Assistant Dean, Student Support Services (Chair)
978-656-3348

Rebecca Newell, Dean of Students
cell: 781-760-1901 or 978-656-3363

Dan Martin, Director of Public Safety
cell: 781-589-0165 or 781-280-3751

Lynn Gregory, Wellness Counselor/Student Affairs Consultation Liaison
781-280-3635

Jonathan Crockett, Coordinator for Essential Needs & Community Resources
781-280-3785

Karen Townsend, Dean, Health
978-656-3047

Winnie Oyamo-Twombly, Senior Director- Office of Career Integrated Learning 
978-656-3252

Paulo Barrio, Chairperson, Human Services
781-280-3613

Jaimie March, Director, Disability Support Services
781-280-3641

 

Last Modified: 11/4/22