Faculty in WGS
Dr. Michele Lee Kozimor
Director, Women and Gender Studies
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Dr. Michele Lee Kozimor (Dr. Koz) has a strong record of meritorious teaching and dedication to innovative instruction, mentoring, and professional development of students and faculty. Dr. Kozimor was the second recipient of the Excellence in Teaching First-Year Seminars Award from the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition. She is the current Editor of the American Sociological Association quarterly journal Teaching Sociology after serving as the Deputy Editor since 2014. In addition to editorial experience with Teaching Sociology, she co-edited the volume Learning from Each Other: Refining the Practice of Teaching in Higher Education (published by the University of California Press in August 2018). Dr. Kozimor is also the 2019 recipient of the American Sociological Association Section on Teaching and Learning Hans O. Mauksch Award for Outstanding Contributions to Undergraduate Sociology. Dr. Kozimor served as the Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Elizabethtown College from 2014-2017 and was the 2018-2019 recipient of the Kreider Prize for Teaching Excellence at Elizabethtown College. She has previously served as the Faculty Mentor to the Elizabethtown College Varsity Softball Team and is currently the NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative at Elizabethtown College. Her current research examines the culture of the motorsport called North American stage rally. She is a volunteer at the UNESCO World Heritage site Fallingwater and at Hershey Gardens.
Dr. Badiah Haffejee
firstname.lastname@example.org | (717) 361-1319
Badiah Haffejee, Ph.D., MSW, earning both her Ph.D. and MSW from the University of Denver. She is a macro-social worker specializing in the integration process of newly resettled refugee families in the United States. Her research focuses on trauma, refugee policy, economic self-sufficiency, racism, Islamophobia and resiliency.
Dr. Shannon Haley-Mize
email@example.com | (717) 361-3702
Dr.Haley-Mize completed doctoral study in Special Education with an emphasis in emotional and behavioral disorders at The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg. Dr. Haley-Mize has taught a variety of courses in education including assessment, behavior management, introduction to special education, and early intervention for infants and toddlers. Her research interests include new literacy studies, technology integration in P-16 education, social justice and teacher education and the use of technology to support successful teaching and learning. She has shared her work on these topics at a variety of conferences and scholarly publications.
Dr. Evan Smith
firstname.lastname@example.org | (717) 361-1320
Dr. Smith's research examines gender and sexual identities from a feminist psychological perspective. His courses include a First-Year Seminar on diversity and social justice, Developmental Psychology, and the Psychology of Women and Gender. Dr. Smith would be happy to answer any questions you may have about the WGS minor.
Other WGS affiliated faculty:
- Dr. Sara A. Atwood, Physics and Engineering
email@example.com | (717) 361-1434
- Dr. Mahua Bhattacharya, Japanese and Asian Studies
firstname.lastname@example.org | (717) 361-1239
- Dr. Diane Bridge, Biology
email@example.com | (717) 361-1177
- Dr. Oya Dursun-Ozkanca, Political Science
firstname.lastname@example.org | (717) 361-4749
- Dr. Tamera Keiter Humbert, Occupational Therapy
email@example.com | (717) 361-4750
- Dr. April Kelly, Political Science
firstname.lastname@example.org | (717) 361-1285