Dean of Students & Executive Director for College Diversity, Equity and Belonging
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Ellis J. Bonds, MS
Associate Director for Diversity, Equity and Belonging
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MaryAnn B. Sluzis, BSW
Assistant to Dean of Students & Executive Director for College Diversity, Equity and Belonging
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MEET OUR DIVERSITY FELLOWS
Dr. T. Evan Smith
Diversity Faculty Fellow
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Dr. Evan Smith is the 2020 Diversity Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor of Psychology. He is a developmental psychologist who has published on identity development and LGBTQ identities and experiences. Courses he teaches include Psychology of Women and Gender, Psychology of Diversity, Child and Adolescent Development, Adult Development and Aging, and a first-year seminar (Identity, Diversity, and Social Justice). Much of his teaching, scholarship, and service has centered on topics related to diversity and inclusion.
Dr. Smith is actively engaged in advocacy for LGBTQ people at the local and state levels. He has been involved with the LGBT Center of Central PA since 2007 where he has served as a chaperone for youth programs, presented at the annual Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) Summit for high school students, worked with the Aging with Pride program, and served on the Board of Directors. At the state level, he served on the planning committee for a state-wide conference on LGBTQ Aging (PA Department of Aging, 2018) and was a member of the Trans Health Workgroup (subcommittee of the Pennsylvania LGBT Work Group).
Dr. Leigh Shannon Haley-Mize
Diversity Faculty Fellow
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Dr. Shannon Haley-Mize is the 2019 Diversity Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor of Education at Elizabethtown College. She completed her graduate work in Early Intervention and Special Education with an emphasis in Emotional Behavioral Disorders at the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg. She is a teacher/scholar with interests in Universal Design for Learning (UDL), technology integration to facilitate participation in educational spaces, and inclusive teaching practices. Dr. Haley-Mize has worked in a variety of roles with a focus on equity and inclusion in each environment. She has contributed chapters to three edited texts on the topics of UDL, inclusion, and technology integration and has published articles on those topics in journals such as Teacher Education and Special Education. Dr. Haley-Mize teaches courses on educational assessment, special education, and identity and power. She also serves on the College’s professional development committee and is committed to supporting faculty and students in co-creating accessible and transformational learning environments and experiences.