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Equity Grievance Panel (EGP)

Members of the EGP are trained in all aspects of the grievance process to:
  • Provide sensitive intake and initial counseling of complaints
  • Participate in conflict resolution
  • Investigate complaints
  • Act as advisers to those involved in complaints, and
  • Serve on hearing panels for complaints.
EGP members also recommend proactive policies, and serve in an educative role for the community. EGP members receive annual training organized by the Title IX Coordinator, including a review of Colgate policies and procedures so that they are able to provide accurate information to members of the community. All EGP members are required to attend this annual training. All administrative advisers also undergo training with the panel regardless of whether they are formally appointed to the panel.

2014-15 Equity Grievance Panel Members

  • Co-chair for Faculty - Margaret Darby, Associate Professor of Writing & Rhetoric (ext. 7727)
  • Co-chair for Staff - Jennifer Servedio, Director, Technology Support Services (ext. 6814)
  • Co-chair for Students - Kim Taylor, Associate Dean of Conduct (ext. 7426)
  • Jarrell Anderson, Assistant Director of Residential Life (ext. 7367)
  • Jeff Bary, Associate Professor of Physics & Astronomy (ext. 7693)
  • Janel Benson, Associate Professor of Sociology (ext. 6095)
  • Bryanne Bowman**, Senior Assistant Dean of Admission (ext. 7404)
  • Jennifer Brice*, Associate Professor of English (ext. 7261)
  • Val Brogan, Investigator, Campus Safety (ext. 7333)
  • Antonio (Tony) Burns, Regional Advancement Director (ext. 6040)
  • Tori Carhart, Associate Registrar (ext. 7419)
  • Stacey Coleman, Office Coordinator, Admission (ext. 7122)
  • John Collins, Associate Vice President for Budget & Financial Aid (ext. 7714)
  • Sarah Courtney, Assistant Dean for Administrative Advising (ext. 7368)
  • Nichole (Nikki) Doroshenko, Head Technician, Biology (ext. 7389)
  • Tamala Flack, Director for EEO/AA (ext. 7014)
  • Frank Frey, Associate Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies; Academic Director of OUS (ext. 7871)
  • Enrique (Kiko) Galvez, Professor Physics & Astronomy (ext. 7205)
  • G. Rick Geier, Professor of Chemistry (ext. 6795)
  • Germaine (Gerry) Gogel, Associate Professor of Chemistry (ext. 7236)
  • Bruce Hansen**, Associate Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience (ext. 7349)
  • Kerra Hunter, Director for Residential Programs (ext. 6896)
  • Douglas Johnson, Associate Professor of Psychology; Director of CLTR (ext. 7358)
  • Khristian Kemp-DeLisser, Assistant Dean & Director of LGBTQ Initiatives (ext. 6840)
  • Christina Khan, Assistant Dean & Director of International Student Services (ext. 7370)
  • Ellen Kraly, Professor of Geography; Director of ENST (ext. 7423)
  • Frank Kuan, Senior Associate Director for the Office of Undergraduate Studies (ext. 5009)
  • Meika Loe*, Associate Professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies; Director of LGBTQ; Director of Women’s Studies (ext. 7077)
  • Mary Moran**, Professor of Anthropology and Africana & Latin American Studies (ext. 7548)
  • Robert Nemes, Associate Professor of History (ext. 7078)
  • Gert Neubauer, Assistant Director of Campus Safety (ext. 7333)
  • Letta Palmer, Administrative Assistant, Women’s Studies & Asian Studies (ext. 6868)
  • Nancy Ries*, Professor of Anthropology and PCON (ext. 7552)
  • Lynn Schwarzer, Professor of Art & Art History and FMST (ext. 7891)
  • Cara Singel, Assistant Athletic Director & Compliance Coordinator (ext. 7605)
  • Aaron Solle, Administrative Assistant for Peace & Conflict Studies and Native American Studies (ext. 7806)
  • Emilio Spadola, Associate Professor of Anthropology (ext. 6094)
  • Peter Tschirhart, Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Scholars Program (ext. 6532)
  • Christina Turner, Instructor in Physical Education, Director of Recreation, and Chair of Physical Education in the Division of Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics (ext. 7649)
* Fall 2014 semester only
**Spring 2015 semester only

The panel members are an informal source of advice and referral for those who seek a solution to problems of harassment or who wish to discuss the issue before filing a formal complaint.

The members endeavor to respect and follow the wishes of an individual who brings forward a discrimination or harassment concern. However, due to ethical and legal obligations to investigate incidents for the protection of all members of the community, it may not be possible for a conversation with a harassment adviser to be kept in confidence or, said another way, for the adviser simply to listen without taking action.

An individual who wishes to receive emotional support only should contact one of the following confidential counseling resources: