Amber Monroe has served as the Associate Director of the Office of Student Ethics since May 2012. Her primary role is serving as the office’s Title IX/OCR Coordinator for sexual assault investigations, but also adjudicates other cases of personal misconduct and code violations. Before that time, Monroe worked with IU’s Residential Programs and Services for 5 years. Amber has previously served 15 years at various institutions in Michigan, Missouri, and Wisconsin working as a Higher Education/Student Housing Administrator.
Jon Riveire holds a dual role as the Assistant Director of the Office of Student Ethics and Assistant Director for Student Conduct in Residential Programs and Services. He is responsible for adjudicating personal misconduct cases involving alcohol, drugs, and physical or sexual assault involving residence hall students. Additionally, he oversees the Formal Hearings before the University Hearing Commission and Review Board Hearings for all residence hall students. Riveire earned his undergraduate degree in Journalism from Indiana University in 2005 and his master’s in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Indiana University in 2007. He has worked in McNutt, Briscoe, Eigenmann, and Union Street centers before joining the Office of Student Ethics staff in Summer, 2011. Riveire lives in Bloomington with his wife and daughter.
Coordinator for Student Conduct
Tim Bagwell is a judicial coordinator and deals with a myriad of cases from alcohol incidents to illegal copyright violations. He has worked in Student Ethics since 2006. In addition to his work with individual students, he is also the advisor to the Campus Judicial Board, one of the 14 peer boards at IUB. He holds a bachelor’s degree in religious studies and has done graduate work at Yale University and IU. A combat veteran of the American War in Vietnam, he was discharged from the Marine Corps as a conscientious objector. Father of two grown sons (both IU grads), he is also a serious poet who writes anti-war poetry.
Amelia Lahn, Esq.
Academic Hearing Officer and Educator
Amelia Lahn is an Academic Integrity Hearing Officer and Educator whose goal is helping students understand and navigate IU’s policies to create valuable experiences for themselves. She earned her B.A., with a major in Italian, here on the Bloomington campus and her law degree from the McKinney School of Law. She was admitted to the Indiana bar in 2012. A Bloomington native, she lives near campus with her husband and two daughters. When she’s not at work, Amelia enjoys cooking unnecessarily complicated meals; perusing Pinterest, and playing the harp, which she has studied at the Jacobs School since childhood.