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LGBTQ+ Faculty and Staff Advisory Board

LGBTQ+ Faculty and Staff Advisory Board

Sa'ed Atshan

Coordinator, Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program

Assistant Professor

Peace & Conflict Studies


  1. Phone: (610) 690-3979
  2. Trotter Hall 106
Sa'ed Atshan

Katherine Cerino Jones

Event Manager

Events Management


  1. Phone: (610) 690-3314
  2. 508 Fieldhouse Lane

Diana Davis

Visiting Assistant Professor

Mathematics & Statistics


  1. Phone: (610) 690-3757
  2. Science Center 148
Diana Davis

Chris Graves

Associate Professor

On leave 2020-2021

Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry &

Environmental Studies


  1. Phone: (610) 690-4882
  2. Science Center 184

Research interests: synthetic inorganic & organometallic chemistry, catalyst development

Christopher Graves

Hillary Grumbine

MS, MEd, Violence Prevention Educator and Advocate

Health Center


  1. Phone: (610) 328-8538
  2. Worth Health Center 127

Lorin Jackson

Research + Instruction Resident Librarian



  1. Phone: (610) 328-8541
  2. McCabe Library 112

Subject specialist for Black Studies.

Schedule an appointment.

Molly Lawrence

Administrative Assistant

Interdisciplinary Programs Office


  1. Phone: (610) 328-7750
  2. Trotter Hall 107
Molly Lawrence

Danie Martin

Technical Services Specialist, Library Accounts


  1. Phone: (610) 328-8669
  2. McCabe Library
Danie Martin

Luciano Martínez

Associate Professor and Department Chair

Department of Spanish


  1. Phone: (610) 328-8016
  2. Kohlberg 343

Interests: Latin American Cultural Studies, LGBT studies and queer theory, Southern Cone and Brazilian literatures, Latin American cinema.

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Liam McAlpine

Director, Individual Giving



  1. Phone: (610) 328-8507
  2. 101 South Chester Road 409
Liam McAlpine

Madalina Meirosu

Visiting Assistant Professor

Modern Languages & Literatures

Gender & Sexuality Studies


  1. Phone: (610) 957-6491
  2. Parrish 209
  3. Office Hours:

    Online: T/W/R/F 11:30am-12:30pm

Madalina Meirosu specializes in comparative approaches to nineteenth-century political and social thought in German literature.  She also has expertise in contemporary migration literature, the Medical Humanities, and Women and Gender Studies.  Her current research project explores the political undertones of nineteenth-century literature featuring artificial humanoids.

Dawn Philip

Equity and Inclusion Clinical Supervisor

M.S.W. University of Maryland

J.D. City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law

Pennsylvania Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)


  1. Phone: (610) 328-8059


Patton Vo

Associate Director of Athletics Giving for Alumni and Parent Engagement

College Advancement


  1. Phone: (610) 328-8622
  2. 101 South Chester Road 408

Nakia Waters

Program Coordinator FFI

Black Cultural Center

Dean's Office


  1. Phone: (610) 690-5541
  2. Black Cultural Center 303B
  3. Parrish Hall E126