The School of Nursing at UNC-Chapel Hill presents
the 2011 Ethnic Minority Visiting Scholar Lecture:
CHILDREN OF THE ROAD
PRESENTED BY: Mary Lou de Leon Siantz, PhD, RN, FAAN
ASSISTANT DEAN OF DIVERSITY AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS,
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL OF NURSING
February 21, 2011
Reception to Follow
UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing
Carrington Hall, Fox Auditorium
Parking is available in the Dogwood Visitors Deck
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Mary Lou de Leon Siantz is currently the Assistant Dean of Diversity and Cultural Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. In this role, she leads the planning and implementation of the strategic goals in diversity throughout the research, education, and practice missions which are a top priority both for the University and for the School of Nursing partnering with faculty, staff, students, and the healthcare environment. Dr. de Leon Siantz chairs the Advisory Task Force on Diversity and Cultural Competence, the Master Teachers Taskforce for Cultural Competence Education, and is faculty advisor for the Minorities in Nursing (MNO) a student nursing organization that support and represent minorities in the School.
Dr. de Leon Siantz is internationally recognized for her research on risk and resilience with Hispanic migrant/immigrant children and their families funded by the National Institutes of Health as well as the Department of Health and Human Services and recognized by the Texas Migrant Council for her contributions to the mental health of migrant preschool children and families.
Contact Dr. Diane Berry, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.