Community Standards & Student Conduct

Meet the staff

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Elizabeth Lewis

Elizabeth is the Director of Community Standards & Student Conduct, a department in the Division of Student Life. Elizabeth joined the UW Community in 2007. She completed her bachelor’s degree in Political Science at Bowling Green State University and her masters in Education with an emphasis in Student Affairs at the University of South Florida.

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Ed Mirecki

Ed serves as the Associate Director of Community Standards & Student Conduct. Ed joined CSSC in the Fall of 2019, and has primary responsibility for case management. Ed supports the Student Care Team and brings experience to the Student Conduct Team in areas around academic misconduct and behavioral misconduct.   Ed earned his bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Studio Arts from the University of New Mexico, and his master’s degree in Educational Administration from the University of Wisconsin.

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Alyssa Galmish

Alyssa is the Respondent Resource Coordinator for Community Standards & Student Conduct. Alyssa joined CSSC in Winter of 2019. Alyssa completed her undergraduate degree at Kent State University and master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from Northern Arizona University. Alyssa supports student Respondents through the conduct process and provides direction for the Respondent Resource Program at all three UW campuses.

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Deanne Liu

Deanne serves as a Conduct Officer for Community Standards & Student Conduct. Deanne joined CSSC in Winter of 2020. She completed her undergraduate degree at Westmont College and master’s degree from Seattle University. Deanne enjoys meeting students and getting to be part of their growth and development in the conduct process.

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Disha Osika-Dass

Disha is a Conduct Officer with Community Standards & Student Conduct. She joined the team in Spring 2021. Disha earned her B.A. in Psychology from The College of New Jersey and her M.Ed. in College Student Affairs from Rutgers University. She welcomes the opportunity to meet UW students and help them feel heard and supported throughout the conduct process.

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