Don Camelio

Don Camelio

Assistant Dean,
Student Support Services

Areas of Specialization and Professional Interests
Don began working at MIT in 2011. Prior to joining the S3 team, Don served in various capacities at the Institute including leading the alcohol and other drug office, working in student health and well-being and leading undergraduate residential life. Prior to MIT, Don worked in other higher education settings in health promotion, as well as in various mental health settings with a focus on forensic mental health and addictions. Don has interests related to the impact of stigma, particularly mental health and substance use stigma, on the lived experience of college students.

PhD., University of Massachusetts-Boston in Sociology
MSW, Boston College in Clinical Social Work
MS, University of Central Florida in Criminal Justice
BS, University of Central Florida in Psychology

Don enjoys spending time with his family, particularly when it comes to playing board games or running around outside. Don also loves watching various sports, both on TV and in person, with the Red Sox, Pats and Celtics holding a special place in his heart. When not hanging with the family or watching sports, you will find Don reading anything he can get his hands on; though he does enjoy satire, fantasy and horror novels most of all. On the rare change that the stars align just right, you can find Don on the golf course taking part in a good walk spoiled.

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