Associate Dean, Academic Operations & Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Harford Community College
Elizabeth A. Mosser Knight (Beth) completed her initial graduate work in educational psychology at The Ohio State University (OSU) where her research focused on student self-regulation and the assessment/reflection cycle. Her doctoral work in the higher education leadership for changing populations program at Notre Dame of Maryland University focuses on faculty development and organizational growth with special attention to equity and inclusivity. A faculty member at heart, Beth has taught a variety of courses across modalities over the years, including at OSU, Columbus State Community College, Harford Community College, Towson University, St. Catherine University, and Glendale Community College, with some time spent previously at Howard Community College, as well. Beth is an active proponent of the Universal Design for Learning approach to curriculum development and has facilitated many UDL-related workshops, conference presentations, and keynote addresses on the subject. Beth currently holds the role of associate dean for academic operations at Harford Community College, co-leading the Achieving the Dream movement and strategic planning development, oversight, and assessment. In her daily role, her team includes eLearning, curriculum and program development, academic assessment, and staff related to special initiatives such as CTE completion. She also has responsibilities related to dual enrollment, strategic enrollment management, and student support/policy administration (via Title IX, etc.). Beth works closely with the vice president for academic affairs along with faculty leadership, partnering with Student Affairs and other operational units on campus, to facilitate a seamless and successful student experience across divisions.