Delilah Smith

Delilah Smith is the Coordinator of the S.A.G.E.Center (Sexuality, Anti-Violence, Gender and Equality), an Adjunct faculty member in the HHP Department, and a Member of the PCD, PCSW, WSC and Queer Council.

Personal and professional areas of interest:

.    The intersections of sex, race and gender
.    Mental Health and Sexuality
.    Human Development
.    Social Justice
.    Gender Studies

Personal goals and visions about diversity at PSU?

To create a safe and welcoming campus for all PSU students while actively
engaging them in the discovery of diversity.

 

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