Dwight Burke serves as the Director of Support and Safety Assessment and Title IX Programs at Colorado State University. In his role, Dwight coordinates systems to address the safety and welfare of students, faculty, and staff. His duties include oversight of threat management services, early intervention and support services, security programs, and Title IX programs. He has worked in higher education for 32 years in roles including law enforcement, behavioral intervention, threat assessment, multidisciplinary treatment programs, civil rights investigations, and serving as the university’s Title IX Coordinator.
Dwight enjoys travel that allows him to learn and experience cultural connections, as well as opportunities to explore local landscapes and adventures through hiking, kayaking, snorkeling, etc. He has travel experience throughout Latin America, and is looking forward to expanding that experience to new destinations around the world.
Dwight earned his B.S. from Colorado State University in Natural Resources Management, his M.S from Chadron State College in Organizational Leadership, and he holds graduate certificates in mediation, workplace mediation, and arbitration.