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The College of Arts & Sciences Staff

Pamela Barnett, Ph.D., Dean

Barnett Pamela_DSC_7559Dean Pamela Barnett oversees all undergraduate arts and sciences programs for the university’s historic women’s college. She also leads the team of advisors and educational specialists who support the first year experience.

Dean Barnett began her career at the University of South Carolina where she was tenured as an Associate Professor of English & African American Studies in 2004. As a professor, she published on issues of race and gender in 20th century American literature, including a book which examines literature written in response to the liberation movements of the 1960’s. In 2004, Dean Barnett transitioned to an administrative role at Princeton University, serving as Associate Director of the McGraw Center for Teaching & Learning where she was responsible for undergraduate academic support services and faculty development initiatives. From 2007-2014, Dean Barnett served as an Associate Vice Provost at Temple University, where she was charged with fostering excellent teaching in the university’s 16 schools and colleges.

Dean Barnett now publishes in the field of teaching and learning, most recently on issues of diversity and inclusive pedagogy, educational technology, faculty development and organizational change. She is on the editorial board for the international journal Teaching in Higher Education as well as Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy. In 2014, she was named to the Research & Innovation Advisory Board for the Higher Education Teaching & Learning Association (HETL).

Dean Barnett graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English from Barnard College, the women’s college of Columbia University. She earned her Ph.D. in English from Emory University.

barnettp@trinitydc.edu    202.884.9202  |  Office location: Main 202

Michele Matteo Mackie, Ph.D., Associate Dean

micheleDr. Matteo Mackie works with faculty and staff to advance retention initiatives through academic advising practices and the first-year experience program.

mackiem@trinitydc.edu    202.884.9274  |  Office location: Main 210

 

Mary Carmel Etienne, M.A., Assistant Dean

Etianne Mary CASAs the Assistant Dean, Mary Etienne directs, coordinates, and supervises the advising operations in the college. She believes in the transformative potential of education and is passionate about creating inclusive learning environments where students of all backgrounds feel validated and supported to make positive change in their lives and the world.

Mary has worked in higher education administration since 2006. Before coming to Trinity Washington she directed the operations and assessment at the Teaching and Learning Center at Temple University. As part of her previous role, she co-authored an article on self-authorship in faculty development programs.

Mary has a Master’s degree in Geography and Urban Studies from Temple University and a BA in Sociology and Economics from the University of Connecticut. She is interested in exploring issues of social justice, youth marginalization, and social identity. She has presented on race and diversity at national conferences since 2011.

etiennem@trinitydc.edu    202.884.9268  |  Office location: Main 206

Stacey Baugh, Ph.D., Adjunct Faculty Coordinator, Assistant Professor of Psychology

Dr. Baugh supports the Programs Chairs in interviewing, hiring, mentoring, and observing the part-time faculty while also serving as an assistant professor of psychology.

baughs@trinitydc.edu     202.884.9263  |  Office location: Main 342

Kathelon Toliver, Assistant to the Provost

Kathelon-97x130Kathelon Toliver supports the Academic Affairs Office by working directly with the Provost and other colleagues on projects that involve full- and part-time faculty as well as other comprehensive projects that support the College of Arts and Sciences, including the Academic Calendar. Kathelon also works directly with the faculty services team to facilitate and support their efforts.

At the start of her career in academia, Ms. Toliver served as a graduate counselor and recruiter for the Florida State University Study Abroad Program in London, England. After two years abroad, she moved to DC to attend graduate school at Howard University. Ms. Toliver has since held various roles as an Admissions Officer for Howard University School of Law, Registrar and Executive Assistant to the Head of School at Alexandria Country Day School, and now serves as the Assistant to the Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs at Trinity Washington University.

Ms. Toliver graduated with her Master of Arts in Organizational Communication from Howard University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Florida State University.

toliverk@trinitydc.edu  202-884-9220  |  Office location: Main 203

Advising Staff

Eva Morgan, Academic Advisor

Morgan-Eva--CAS-Advisor-smEva Morgan is an academic advisor and former adjunct professor in the College of Arts and Sciences. Ms. Morgan comes to Trinity with an eclectic professional background which includes six years as a Senior Editor at PRNewswire Service, where she was frequently recognized as an error-free editor, and eight years as a Reading and Language Arts teacher at Clayton County Public Schools, where she was nominated twice for Teacher of the Year at Pointe South Middle School. As a former transfer student herself, Ms. Morgan is particularly passionate about Trinity’s transfer student population and enjoys supporting students as they make the College of Arts and Sciences their new academic home.

Ms. Morgan graduated with a Master of Education degree from the Tift College of Education at Mercer University and is a certified Reading Specialist. In her free time, Ms. Morgan reads voraciously, laughs uproariously, travels occasionally, and roots unapologetically for the Florida State Seminoles, New York Yankees, and Pittsburgh Steelers.

View Ms. Morgan’s Syllabus and Office Hours
morgane@trinitydc.edu  202-884-9216  |  Office location: Main 213

Alecia Duncan-Thomas, Academic Advisor

Thomas-D -Alecia--CAS-Advisor-smAlecia Duncan-Thomas is an Academic Advisor and advises first and second year students in the College of Arts & Sciences. Ms. Duncan is the point person for undeclared students or students that are interested in changing majors. She is also a support liaison for the Triage Program.

Ms. Duncan has over six years of experience in advising and counseling a diverse population of students in higher education. Ms. Duncan began her career as an International Student Advisor at Wayne State University in 2008, where she advised students regarding immigration, academic, and personal concerns. She also assisted in coordinating cultural programs for students and for the entire Wayne State community. Ms. Duncan later transitioned to Academic Affairs at George Mason University in 2011, serving as a Student Success Advisor.  In that role, she advised first year students, coordinated a learning community, and taught sections of a seminar course for students enrolled in the ACCESS program.

Ms. Duncan has a passion for co-designing blueprints with students for making their academic, career, and personal goals a reality. She is thrilled to be working with such AMAZING students and a vibrant advising team in advancing student success initiatives at Trinity.

Ms. Duncan holds her Master of Arts Degree in Counseling from Wayne State University and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theater Arts from Howard University.  Outside of work, she enjoys dancing, theater, attending festivals and live musical performances.

View Ms. Duncan’s Syllabus and Office Hours
duncan-thomasa@trinitydc.edu  202-884-9287  |  Office location: Main 211

Tawanna Terry, Academic Advisor

Terry-Tawanna--CAS-Advisor-smTawanna Terry is responsible for providing academic advising and coaching to transfer students and students in special cohorts.

Ms. Terry’s journey with Trinity began as a graduate student in the Masters of Art in Communications program within the School of Professional Studies. After graduating in 2007, she decided to return to Trinity and assist with advancing the university’s mission. She joined Trinity as an Assistant Director in the office of Admissions.

While working in Admissions, she played a vital role in assisting with increasing enrollment in the traditional women’s college. As a result of her dedication and determination in sharing Trinity’s mission, she advanced to the position of Senior Associate Director of the College of Arts and Sciences in Admissions. As the Senior Associate Director, she assisted with managing the College of Arts and Sciences team as well as managed the high school dual enrollment program.

In 2013, Ms. Terry made a transition into academic advising where she now works with students at all phases of their academic career.

Ms. Terry also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Marketing from Howard University. In her spare time, Ms. Terry enjoys staying involved in community outreach,  live musical performances, and being a dance mom.

View Ms. Terry’s Syllabus and Office Hours
terryta@trinitydc.edu  202-884-9296  |  Office location: Main 208


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