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LIBRARY SERVICES

Ms. Lisa Der Nersesian (2012), Instructor of Information Science; Reference Librarian; B.A., East Carolina University; M.L.I.S., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Office: Davis Memorial Library, Second Floor; Phone: (910) 630-7135; E-Mail:

Ms. Angela Duncan (2012), Instructor of Information Science; Assistant Director of the Library; B.A., Methodist University; M.L.I.S, San Jose State University. Office: Davis Memorial Library; Phone: (910) 630-7134; E-Mail:

Ms. Arleen M. Fields (2000, 2006), Associate Professor of Information Science (2010); Archives Librarian; B.A., University of Virginia; M.S.L.S., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Interests are special collection organization and access, and music librarianship. Office: Davis Memorial Library, Basement; Phone: (910) 630-7412; E-Mail:

Ms. Tracey Pearson (2004), Associate Professor of Information Science (2012); Director of Library Services; B.A., North Carolina State University; M.L.I.S., University of South Carolina. Office: Davis Memorial Library, Second Floor; Phone: (910) 630-7587; E-Mail:

Ms. Kathryn L. Zybeck (1999), Associate Professor of Information Science (2012); Systems/Reference Librarian. A.B., Randolph-Macon Woman's College, M.S.I., University of Michigan. Interests include biomedical information and systems. Office: Davis Memorial Library, First Floor; Phone: (910) 630-7548; E-Mail:

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CHARLES M. REEVES SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

ACCOUNTING

Ms. Dena Breece (2013), Assistant Professor of Accounting; B.S., Methodist College; M.B.A., Campbell University; CPA. Office: C-111; Phone: (910) 630-7275; E-Mail:

Dr. Mary Kirchner (1996), Professor of Accounting (2006); Nimocks International Professor of Business (2013); B.A., University of Alabama; M.A., University of Iowa; M.Acc., Ph.D., University of Tennessee at Knoxville; CPA. Her primary research interest is strategic behavior by individuals in response to social change. Office: C-116; Phone: (910) 630-7048; E-Mail:

Ms. Pamela Lauchengco (2011), Instructor of Accounting; B.S., Appalachian State University; M.B.A., University of Florida; CMA, CPA. Office: T-227; Phone: (910) 630-7586; E-Mail:

Ms. Donna Pelham (2008), Department Chair for Accounting, Business Administration, and Management; Associate Professor of Accounting and Business Administration (2013); B.A., Texas Lutheran College; J.D. University of North Carolina School of Law, CPA. Office: C-104; Phone: (910) 630-7423; E-Mail:

Dr. Pamela J. Strickland (2002), Director, The Professional MBA Program; Professor of Accounting (2012); B.S., Methodist College; M.B.A., University of Phoenix; D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University; CPA. Office: C-108; Phone: (910) 630-7064; E-Mail:

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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Ms. Pam Biermann (2014), Instructor of Business Administration; B.S., Ball State University; M.S., Purdue University. Office: T-101; Phone: (910) 630-7642; E-Mail:

Mr. Marty V. Cayton (2012), Director, Center for Entrepreneurship; Assistant Professor of Business Administration; B.A., Methodist College; M.B.A., Taylor University. Office: T-101; Phone: (910) 630-7616; E-Mail:

Dr. Kimberly Scruton (2010), Dean, Reeves School of Business; Assistant Professor of Management; B.S., West Liberty University; M.S., Central Michigan University; Ed.D., Shenandoah University. Office: C-126; Phone: (910) 630-7461; E-Mail:

Mr. Michael Wayland (2007), Assistant Professor of Management (2013); B.A., Providence College; M.A., Wayne State University. Office: C-109; Phone: (910) 630-7331; E-Mail:

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FINANCIAL ECONOMICS

Dr. Josiah Baker (2011), Associate Professor of Financial Economics (2013); Nimocks Professor of Business (2013); B.A., M.A.A.E., University of Central Florida; M.A., University of Kentucky; M.A., Ph.D., The Catholic University of America. Office: T-207; Phone: (910) 630-7477; E-Mail:

Dr. Daniel Chin (2012), Assistant Professor of Economics; B.A., University of Rochester; M.S., Carnegie Mellon University; M.B.A., University of Minnesota; Ph.D., University of South Florida. Office: T-112; Phone: (910) 630-7462; E-Mail:

Dr. Spencer G. Davis (2001), Associate Professor of Financial Economics (2003); B.S., M.A., New Mexico State University; Ph.D., Colorado State University. Office: C-107; Phone: (910) 630-7688; E-Mail:

Dr. Matthew Dobra (2012), Department Chair for Financial Economics and Marketing; Associate Professor of Economics; B.A., Loyola University; Ph.D., George Mason University. Office: C-117; Phone: (910) 480-8455; E-Mail: Web Site: https://sites.google.com/site/mattdobra

Dr. Jen-Hsiang Lin (1988), Professor of Business Administration and Economics (1997); B.S., Chinese Culture University; M.S., National Chung-Hsing University; Ph.D., North Carolina State University. His areas of specialty include economic theory, applied economics, statistical analysis, quantitative methods for management, and microcomputer applications. Office: C-113; Phone: (910) 630-7080; E-Mail:

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MARKETING

Dr. Mark Kendrick (2007), Assistant Professor of Marketing (2010); B.S., Methodist College; M.S., Thomas Edison State College; M.B.A., Ph.D., Northcentral University. Office: Mallet-Rogers House Annex; Phone: (910) 630-7046; E-Mail:

Dr. Jon-David Knode (2008), Associate Professor of Marketing (2012); B.S., M.B.A., Salisbury University; Ph.D., University of Baltimore. Office: C-106; Phone: (910) 630-7095; E-Mail:

Dr. James Marcin (2006), Assistant Professor of Marketing (2010); B.S., Mansfield University; M.S., Indiana Wesleyan University; D.B.A., Argosy University. His interests include consumer behavior, market research, and management. Office: C-105; Phone: (910) 630-7624; E-Mail:

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PGA GOLF MANAGEMENT

Mr. Robert Bruns (2006), Assistant Professor of PGA Golf Management; Associate Director of PGA Golf Management, PGA Golf Management Education; B.S.S., Cornell College; M.B.A., University of Iowa; PGA member. His specialties include facility management, golf shop operations, junior golf, marketing and small business and entrepreneurship. Office: Player Center; Phone: (910) 630-7180; E-Mail:

Mr. Steven A. A. Conley (1986), Assistant Professor of PGA Golf Management (1996); Men's Golf Coach; Assistant Director of PGA Golf Management; B.S., Murray State University; M.Ed., Campbell University; PGA member. A member of the Professional Golfers' Association of America, he currently serves as Freshman PGA Golf Management Academic Advisor. Office: Player Center; Phone: (910) 630-7146; E-Mail:

Mr. Robbie Fritz (2011), Head Golf Professional; Instructor of PGA Golf Management. B.S., M.B.A., Methodist University; PGA Certified Professional, Instruction. Office: Player Center; Phone: (910) 630-7689; E-Mail:

Mr. T. Jerry Hogge (1987), Director, Institute for Golf and Tennis Management; Associate Professor of Business Administration (1996); Director of PGA Golf Management; B.A., Elon College; M.S., University of Tennessee; PGA member. Developed and implemented a golf management program that teaches all facets of the golf business through an effective blend of classroom learning and mandatory summer internships. Major areas of study are golf shop operations, teaching theory and techniques, agronomy, and facilities management. Office: Player Center; Phone: (910) 630-7144; E-Mail:

Mr. Tom Inczauskis (2005), Women's Golf Coach; Assistant Professor of PGA Golf Management. B.A., Governor's State University; M.B.A., Methodist University; PGA member; Master PGA Professional - Instruction. Office: Player Center; Phone: (910) 630-7608; E-Mail:

Mr. Charles E. Koonce (1998), Associate Director of PGA Golf Management, Internships; B.S. Campbell College; M.Ed. North Carolina State University. Mr. Koonce worked at Fayetteville Technical Community College for 34 years. He retired from FTCC as Director of Small Business Center. He currently serves as Internship Director for PGA Golf Management. Office: Player Center; Phone: (910) 630-7145; E-Mail:

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PROFESSIONAL TENNIS MANAGEMENT

Mr. Tom Daglis (2012), Director, Professional Tennis Management Program; Assistant Professor of Professional Tennis Management; B.S., Columbus State University; M.S., Ferris State University; USPTA National President; USPTA Master Professional. Office: Player Center; Phone: (910) 630-7147; E-Mail:

Ms. Kaitlin Flaherty (2012), Assistant Director, Professional Tennis Management Program; Instructor of Professional Tennis Management; B.S., M.B.A., Methodist University. Office: Player Center; Phone: (910) 630-7484; E-Mail:

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RESORT AND CLUB MANAGEMENT

Mr. O. Z. Hamzah (2014), Director, Resort and Club Management; Assistant Professor of Business Administration; B.S., Shaw University; M.S., M.B.A., University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Office: C-125; Phone: (910) 630-7557; E-Mail:

Dr. Sharon Kendrick (2007), Assistant Professor of Business Administration; B.S., University of Georgia; M.A., University of Phoenix; Ph.D., Touro University International. Office: C-125; Phone: (910) 630-7309; E-Mail:

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SPORT MANAGEMENT

Dr. Gregory Combs (2005), Professor of Sport Management (2011); Coordinator, Sport Management; B.S., Eastern Illinois University; M.A., Ed.D., University of Northern Colorado. Office: C-112; Phone: (910) 630-7660; E-Mail:

Dr. William Kuchler (2012), Associate Professor of Sport Management; B.S., Carroll College; M.S., University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee; Ed.D., United States Sports Academy. Office: C-110; Phone: (910) 480-8453; E-Mail:

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SCHOOL OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES

ART

Ms. Silvana Foti (1980), Professor of Art (1991); Executive Director of the David McCune International Art Gallery. B.F.A., St. Mary's College, IN; M.F.A, University of Notre Dame; North Carolina Art Certification (K-12); Graduate Certificate, Meredith College; Advanced Studies in Art Education, Youngstown State University. She specializes in printmaking (intagio and relief methods), experimenting with mixed media prints, 3-D and metal construction. Professor Foti served as department chair from 1983-2012 before becoming executive director of the David McCune International Art Gallery. Office: B-111; Phone: (910) 630-7107; E-Mail:

Ms. Peggy S. Hinson (1983), Department Chair; Professor of Art (1996); B.A., Pfeiffer College; B.V.A., Winthrop College, M.F.A., East Carolina University. She teaches drawing, painting, and ceramic sculpture studio courses as well as art history and theory. Her specialty is drawing and painting, and she is a mixed-media experimental artist. Together with husband Gary E. Hinson, is researching the use of computers with color monitors and special kinetic effects as visual components in her art. Office: B-114; Phone: (910) 630-7106; E-Mail:

Mr. Kerry S. Jenkins (2007), Associate Professor of Graphic Design (2013); B.F.A., Western Carolina University; M.F.A, East Tennessee State University. Office: B-109; Phone: (910) 630-7042; E-Mail:

Ms. Purnima Swaharu (2011), Assistant Professor of Graphic Design; B.F.A., Mumbai University; M.F.A, Iowa State University. Office: H-207-A; Phone: (910) 480-8404; E-Mail:

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ENGLISH AND WRITING

Ms. Nancy Alexander (1992), Distinguished Service Professor of English (2014), B.A., M.A., North Carolina State University. Office: T-216D; Phone: (910) 630-7695; E-Mail:

Mr. William H. Billings (2009), Instructor of English; B.A., Methodist College; M.A, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Office: T-114; Phone: (910) 630-7086; E-Mail:

Dr. Michael A. Colonnese (1989), Professor of English (1999); Director, Creative Writing Program; Managing Editor, Longleaf Press. B.A., University of Bridgeport; M.A., Ph.D., State University of New York at Binghamton. His area of expertise is modern literature, especially fiction and poetry. Office: T-213; Phone: (910) 630-7085; E-Mail:

Ms. Beth Copeland (2007), Assistant Professor of English (2014); B.A., St. Andrews Presbyterian College; M.F.A, Bowling Green State University. Her poetry book, Traveling Through Glass, received the 1999 Bright Hill Press Poetry Book Award, and her personal essays have been published in The Chicago Tribune, Chicken Soup for the Mother’s Soul 2, and Christian Science Monitor. Office: T-225; Phone: (910) 630-7163; E-Mail:

Dr. Delmas S. Crisp, Jr. (2007), Professor of English; Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the University; B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi. Office: Horner Administration Building; Phone (910) 630-7031; E-Mail:

Ms. Marian Dillahunt-Andrews (2014), Assistant Professor of English; B.A., North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University; M.A., North Carolina Central University; M.L.S., East Carolina University. Office: T-209; Phone: TBA; E-Mail:

Ms. Robin Greene (1996), McLean Professor of English (2005; 2012); Director, Writing Center. B.A., University of Bridgeport; M.A., State University of New York at Binghamton; M.F.A., Norwich University. Publications include: Memories of Light (poetry, 1991), Real Birth (nonfiction, 2000) Lateral Drift (poetry, 2002). Office: T-219; Phone: (910) 630-7110; E-Mail:

Ms. Brenda S. Jernigan (2007), Assistant Professor of English (2014); Director, Southern Writers Symposium; B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; M.S., Old Dominion University; M.F.A., North Carolina State University. Her second book is Every Good and Perfect Gift. Office: T-223; Phone: (910) 630-7454; E-Mail:

Ms. Laura Lamm (2011), Instructor of English; Coordinator, English Education; B.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro; M.Ed., Campbell University. Following her retirement from the public school system with thirty-one years of experience, she joined the staff at MU through The Writing Center (2009). She has appeared in many films and stage productions both locally and regionally. Her poems "Seconds Towards Eternity" and "Tomato Canning Time" will appear in Poetry South's 2011 collection. Office: T-216F; Phone: (910) 630-7637; E-Mail:

Dr. Emily Leverett (2007), Associate Professor of English (2013); B.A., Claremont McKenna College; M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State University. Her interests include Medieval and Renaissance English Literature, particularly medieval romance and heresy. Office: T-216C; Phone: (910) 630-7453; E-Mail:

Ms. Megan E. Roberts (2011), Instructor of English; B.A., University of North Carolina at Wilmington; M.A, East Carolina University; M.F.A., North Carolina State University. Office: T-261; Phone: (910) 630-7655; E-Mail:

Dr. P. Jennifer Rohrer-Walsh (1991), Professor of English (2009); Co-Director, Honors Program; B.A., University of Illinois; M.Ed., Indiana University; M.A., North Carolina State University; Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Dr. Rohrer-Walsh teaches courses in the Honors Program. Office: T-220; Phone: (910) 630-7076; E-Mail:

Ms. Shannon Seyller (2014), Instructor of English; B.A., Bradley University; M.A., Winona State University. Office: T-275; Phone: TBA; E-Mail:

Ms. Whitney Larrimore Strickland (2005), Instructor of English; B.A., Methodist College; M.A., Fayetteville State University. Ms. Larrimore is a Fayetteville native who formerly worked in the Methodist University Writing Center. Office: T-200C; Phone: (910) 630-7360; E-Mail:

Dr. Kelly Walter Carney (2008), Department Chair; Co-Director, Women's Studies; Associate Professor of English; B.A., Oral Roberts University; M.A., Vanguard University; M.A., Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University. Office: T-277; Phone: (910) 630-7376; E-Mail:

Ms. Shannon Ward (2010), Instructor of English; B.A., Methodist University; M.F.A., North Carolina State University. Office: T-120; Phone: (910) 630-7045; E-Mail:

Dr. Emily Powers Wright (2002), Professor of English (2007); Director, Writing Across the Curriculum. B.A., Emory University; M.A.T., Georgia State University; M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia University. Her research interests include Southern literature, composition and rhetoric, and women's studies. Office: T-200B; Phone: (910) 630-7551; E-Mail:

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HISTORY

Dr. Carl Dyke (1999), Professor of History (2014); B.A., Temple University; Ph.D., University of California at San Diego. His specialties include ideas of society ad social change, self and identity, and modern European History. Office: T-235; Phone: (910) 630-7112; E-Mail:

Dr. Karen M. Kletter (2003), Department Chair; Associate Professor of History (2010); B.A., Hunter College of the City University of New York; M.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Office: T-237; Phone: (910) 630-7079; E-Mail:

Dr. Peter C. Murray (1988), Professor of History (2008); B.A., Wofford College; M.A., Ph.D., Indiana University. Dr. Murray's research deals with the Civil Rights Movement and the post World War II period. Office: T-211; Phone: (910) 630-7075; E-Mail:

Dr. Patrick O'Neil (2010), Assistant Professor of History; Co-Director, Women's Studies; Coordinator, Social Studies Education; B.A., Grinnell College; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hil. Office: T-230; Phone: (910) 630-7067; E-Mail:

Dr. Rebecca W. Wendelken (2001), McLean Professor of History (2012); Professor of History (2011); Director, Global Studies Program; B.A., Kennesaw State College; M.A., Ph.D., Emory University. Office: T-236; Phone: (910) 630-7589; E-Mail:

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MODERN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE

Dr. Joan Bitterman (1992), Professor of French and German (2001); Coordinator, German; B.A., Dominican College of San Rafael; M.A., Ph.D., University of Oregon. Her interests include 20th century narrative technique, and development of realism in the novel. Office: T-115; Phone: (910) 630-7073; E-Mail:

Dr. L. Cristina A. Francescon (2003), Professor of Modern Languages (2005); Co-Coordinator, Spanish; B.A., M.A., M.A., Indiana University; Ph.D., Middlebury College. Her academic interests include language pedagogy, liguistics (phonetics and phonology), medieval and renaissance literature of Spain and Italy, contemporary Latin American female authors, and World War II history. She is also interested in soccer, dance, and the Slow Food movement. Office: T-111; Phone: (910) 630-7082; E-Mail:

Dr. Felicia Malissen (2010), Assistant Professor of Modern Languages; Director, Center for Global Education; Coordinator, French; B.A., University of North Carolina at Charlotte; M.A., Appalachian State University; Ph.D., University of Alabama. Her research and teaching interests include the Eighteenth-Century French Novel and Philosophical Movement, Medieval French Poetry and Prose, Methodology and Practicum in Teaching Second Languages; the Native vs. Non-Native Second Language Teacher. Office: T-200-A; Phone: (910) 630-7650; E-Mail:

Dr. Jennifer Williams (2011), Department Chair; Co-Cordinator, Spanish; Associate Professor of Spanish. B.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Diploma in Education with Distinction in the Theory and Practice of Education, University of the West Indies. Office: T-200-C; Phone: (910) 630-7058; E-Mail:

Ms. Jan Turner (2005), Assistant Professor of ESL/TESL (2014); Coordinator, TESL Certificate Program; B.S., Abilene Christian University; M.A., University of Ohio. She has experience teaching theoretical and applied linguistics (ESL) both domestically and abroad in the Middle East and China. Office: T-113; Phone: (910) 630-7361; E-Mail:

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MUSIC

Dr. Keith Dippre (2001), Department Chair; Professor of Music (2010); B.A., Azusa Pacific University; M.A., California State University at Los Angeles; D.M.A., Ohio State University. Office: G-18; Phone: (910) 630-7101; E-Mail:
Web page: www.societyofcomposers.org/user/keithdippre.html

Ms. Jane Weeks Gardiner (1985), Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs; Associate Professor of Music (1992); B.M., Salem College; M.M., New England Conservatory. She is a pianist who is active as a soloist and ensemble performer. Mrs. Gardiner has also been the recipient of a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship at Harvard University to study Afro-American music. Office: Horner Administration Building; Phone: (910) 630-7158; E-Mail:

Dr. Scott Marosek (2007), Associate Professor of Music (2012); B.M., M.M., University of Missouri at Kansas City; D.M.A., University of North Texas. Dr. Marosek performs regularly as a soloist and collaborative pianist. His recent performances in Beijing, Guangzhou, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Dallas have included appearances at such renowned venues as Xinghai Hall, the Jerusalem Music Centre, and the Meyerson Symphony Center. Office: R-135; Phone: (910) 630-7252; E-Mail: Web page: www.scottmarosek.com

Dr. Michael D. Martin (2007), Associate Professor of Music (2012); Director, Choral Activities and Music Education; B.M.Ed., M.M., University of Maine; Ph.D., Kent State University. His particular interest in the area of choral performance is research in the area of facial expression and overall presentation. In music education, his interests include research regarding the implications of multi-discipline teaching and certification. Office: G-3; Phone: (910) 630-7153; E-Mail:

Dr. Daniel McCloud (2013), Assistant Professor of Music; Director, University Bands; B.M., Ball State University; M.M., University of Nevada at Las Vegas; D.A., Ball State University. Office: G-20; Phone: (910) 630-7673; E-Mail:

Dr. Larry Wells (2006), Associate Professor of Music (2009); Director, Instrumental Studies; B.A., M.S., Washington State University; M.S., Portland State University; D.M.A., University of North Texas. His interests include history and development of the Baroque era trumpet, including metallurgy, construction, performance practice, and tools. Office: G-3; Phone: (910) 630-7602; E-Mail:

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PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

Dr. Lloyd Bailey (2010, 1995), Professor of Religion; B.A., M.Div., Duke University; Ph.D., Hebrew Union College. His academic interests include the Hebrew Bible, Ancient Near East History and Languages, Death and Dying, Hermeneutics, and the Relationship between Science and Religion. Office: T-234; Phone: (910) 630-7118; E-Mail:

Dr. Steven Brey (2003), Dean, School of Arts and Humanities; Acting Chair, Department of Psychology; Associate Professor of Religion (2008); B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University; S.T.M.., Yale University; M.Div., Emory University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Notre Dame. His area of specialization is the early Church and his areas of academic interest include Biblical studies and the history of Christianity. His current research interests involve Origen's understanding of salvation in his Commentary on the Gospel of John and St. Augustine's Tractates on John. Office: T-224; Phone: (910) 630-7090; E-Mail:

Dr. Jeremy R. Hustwit (2009), Department Chair; Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy; B.A., University of Texas; M.A., Ph.D., Claremont Graduate University. His area of specialization is philosophical theology. His academic interests include East and South Asian Religions, Inter-religious Dialogue, Hermeneutics, Philosophy of Religion, and Process Philosophy. Office: T-272-A; Phone: (910) 630-7514; E-Mail:

Dr. Michael Potts (1994), Professor of Philosophy (2006); B.A., David Lipscomb College; M.Th., Harding University Graduate School of Religion; M.A., Vanderbilt University; Ph.D., University of Georgia. Academic specialties and research interests include Philosophy of Religion and Medical Ethics. Office: T-232; Phone: (910) 630-7072; E-Mail:

Dr. Richard G. Walsh (1985), Professor of Religion (1995); Co-Director, Honors Program. B.A., Baylor University; M.Div., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Baylor University. Office: T-200; Phone: (910) 630-7077; E-Mail:

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PSYCHOLOGY

Dr. Steven Brey (2003), Dean, School of Arts and Humanities; Acting Chair; Associate Professor of Religion (2008); B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University; S.T.M.., Yale University; M.Div., Emory University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Notre Dame. His area of specialization is the early Church and his areas of academic interest include Biblical studies and the history of Christianity. His current research interests involve Origen's understanding of salvation in his Commentary on the Gospel of John and St. Augustine's Tractates on John. Office: T-224; Phone: (910) 630-7090; E-Mail:

Dr. John F. Campbell (1986), Professor of Psychology (1996); B.S., University of Missouri-Columbia; M.A., Wichita State University; Ph.D., University of Hawaii-Manoa. Dr. Campbell is especially interested in medication in psychology. His specialties include personality, social psychology, community psychology, and multivariate statistics. Office: T-117; Phone: (910) 630-7069; E-Mail:

Dr. Mark Kline (2012), Assistant Professor of Psychology; B.S., Ph. D., Indiana University. Office: T-122; Phone: (910) 630-7612; E-Mail:

Dr. Donald L. Lassiter (1991), Vice President for Planning and Evaluation; Title III Coordinator; Professor of Psychology (2003); B.A., Tulane University; M.S., Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology. Specialties include industrial/organizational psychology and human factors. Research interests presently focused on workload and aging. Office: North Administration Building; Phone: (910) 630-7081; E-Mail:

Dr. Katharine Snyder (2004), Professor of Psychology (2009); B.A., West Virginia Wesleyan College; M.S., Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Her reasearch involves an in-depth study of the perception, comprehension, and expression of emotion, the assessment of the role of computer technology in the classroom, student adaptation to college, and resilience. She has been published in Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, International Journal of Neuroscience, has presented papers to the American Psychological Association and the Eastern Psychological Association, and holds the copyright on the Auditory Affective Verbal Learning Test. Office: T-102; Phone: (910) 630-7535; E-Mail:

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SOCIOLOGY

Dr. Vida Bajc (2009), Assistant Professor of Sociology; B.A., University of Akron; M.S., Texas A&M University; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Office: T-116; Phone: (910) 630-7089; E-Mail: Web Site: www.vidabajc.com

Dr. Regina Smardon (2010), Department Chair; Assistant Professor of Sociology (2008). B.A., Syracuse University; M.A., M.S.Ed., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Office: T-123; Phone: (910) 630-7088; E-Mail:

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THEATRE

Dr. Evan M. Bridenstine (2001), Department Chair; Associate Professor of Theatre (2007); B.A., Ashland University; M.A., Kent State University; M.F.A., University of Virginia; Ph.D., Ohio State University. Office: R-124; Phone: (910) 630-7104; E-Mail:

Dr. Paul F. Wilson (1989, 1985), Associate Professor of Theatre (1996); B.F.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; M.F.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Ph.D., Florida State University. An actor, director, and playwright, Dr. Wilson teaches technical theatre. His primary research area is popular theatre between Reconstruction and World War I. For his doctoral dissertation, he did a study of North Carolina Opera Houses, 1878-1921. Office: R-121; Phone: (910) 630-7105; E-Mail:

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SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES

ATHLETIC TRAINING

Mr. Randy Bisnett (2012), Assistant Professor of Athletic Training; Clinical Coordinator, Athletic Training; B.S., California State University at Sacramento; M.Ed., Southwest Texas State University. Office: P-103; Phone: (910) 630-7575; E-Mail:

Ms. Teresa Elliott (2014), LAT, ATC; Instructor of Athletic Training; Assistant Athletic Trainer; B.S., Slippery Rock University; M.Ed., Auburn University. Office: TBA; Phone: TBA; E-Mail:

Dr. Hugh W. Harling (1999), LAT, ATC; Department Chair; Director, Athletic Training Program; Professor of Athletic Training (2014); B.S., M.E.S.S., University of Florida; Ed.D., Nova Southeastern University. Office: P-219; Phone: (910) 630-7418; E-Mail:

Mr. Brandon Reynolds (1998), LAT, ATC; Assistant Professor of Athletic Training and Physical Education (2004); Head Athletic Trainer; B.S., Bridgewater College; M.Ed., Northwestern State University. His background is in Sports Medicine and athletic training. Office: P-226; Phone: (910) 630-7177; E-Mail:

Ms. J. Nicole Yard (2006), LAT, ATC; Instructor of Athletic Training and Physical Education; Assistant Athletic Trainer; B.S., James Madison University; M.S., Ithaca College. Office: P-227-S; Phone: (910) 630-7337; E-Mail:

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HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Donald Brady (2013), Assistant Professor of Health Care Administration; B.A., Western Carolina University; M.S., Virginia Commonwealth University; D.M., University of Phoenix. Office: N-134; Phone: (910) 480-8445; E-Mail:

Dr. Warren G. McDonald (2006), Department Chair; Professor of Health Care Administration; B.A., Eckerd College; M.A. Vermont College of Norwich University; M.A., East Carolina University; Ph.D., Columbia Pacific University; Ph.D., Touro University International. His interests include non-traditional delivery of education in health management and effective marketing of independent health care providers. Office: N-133; Phone: (910) 630-7116; E-Mail:

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KINESIOLOGY

Dr. George "Trey" Hoyt (2010), Department Chair; Associate Professor of Physical Education and Exercise Science; B.S., Auburn University; M.Ed., Northeast Lousiana University; Ph.D., University of Arkansas. Office: P-105; Phone: (910) 630-7620; E-Mail:

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NURSING

Dr. Marcella Atwater (2014), Assistant Professor of Nursing; B.S.N., North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University; M.S.N., Hampton University; M.A., North Carolina Central University; Ph.D., Capella University. Office: N-130; Phone: (910) 480-8425; E-Mail:

Dr. Shelley Barry (2012) Assistant Professor of Nursing; B.S., University of Alberta; B.S.N., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; M.S.N., George Washington University; D.N.P., University of South Alabama; APRN, FNP-C. Office: N-131; Phone: (910) 480-8448; E-Mail:

Ms. Cheryl Bearringer (2012), Assistant Professor of Nursing; B.S.N., Spring Arbor University; M.S.N., George Washington University. Office: N-132; Phone: (910) 480-8449; E-Mail:

Dr. Larry Goins (2013), Chair, Department of Nursing; Professor of Nursing; Director, Professional Nursing Studies; B.S.N., Tennessee Technological University; M.S.N., Andrews University; Ed.D., Argosy University; R.N. Diploma, Baroness Erlanger Hospital School of Nursing; N.E.-B.C., G.C.N.S.-B.C., A.C.N.S.-B.C. Office: N-128; Phone: (910) 630-7063; E-Mail:

Ms. Sharry Malpass (2014), Instructor of Nursing; B.S.N., Lees McRae College; M.S.N., East Carolina University; R.N. Office: N-118; Phone: (910) 480-8464; E-Mail:

Ms. Shannon Matthews (2013), Instructor of Nursing and Simulation Director; B.S.N., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; M.S.N., East Carolina University. Office: N-130; Phone: (910) 480-8479; E-Mail:

Mr. Jake M. Terry, Jr. (2014), Assistant Professor of Nursing; B.S.N., M.S., M.S.N., University of Tennessee at Knoxville; M.A., Tusculum College. Office: N-129; Phone: (910) 480-8403; E-Mail:

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PHYSICAL THERAPY

Dr. Stacia Britton (2014), Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education; Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy; B.S., D.P.T., Elon University. Office: Physician Assistant Program Academic Building; Phone: (910) 630-TBA; E-Mail:

Mr. John Fox (2014), Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy; B.S., M.A.Ed., Union University. Office: Physician Assistant Program Academic Building 105. Phone: (910) 630-TBA; E-Mail:

Dr. Penny Schulken (2014), Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education; Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy; B.S., University of Wisconsin at LaCrosse; M.B.A., Fayetteville State University; D.P.T., Marymount University. Office: Physician Assistant Program Academic Building 104; Phone: (910) 630-7213; E-Mail:

Dr. Todd Telemeco (2013), Director of Physical Therapy; Associate Professor of Physical Therapy; B.S., University of Maryland at College Park; M.P.T., D.P.T., Shenandoah University; Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University. Office: Physician Assistant Program Academic Building 107; Phone: (910) 630-7216; E-Mail:

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PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDIES

Dr. Christopher Aul (2000), Professor of Medical Science; Medical Director, Physician Assistant Program; Medical Advisor to the Athletic Training Program; B.A., Wabash College; M.D., Washington University School of Medicine. Office: Physician Assistant Program Academic Building.

Ms. Christina Beard (2010), Director, Physician Assistant Program; Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine; B.H.S., Methodist College; M.P.A.S., University of Nebraska. Office: Physician Assistant Program Academic Building 203; Phone: (910) 630-7215; E-Mail:

Dr. Matthew Kesic (2012), Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine; B.S., M.S., Youngstown State University; Ph.D., Ohio State University. Office: Physician Assistant Program Academic Building 108; Phone: (910) 630-7295; E-Mail:

Ms. Tonya Gilbert (2012), Clinical Coordinator, Physician Assistant Program; Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine; B.S., M.P.A.-C., Duquesne University. Office: Physician Assistant Program Academic Building 206; Phone: (910) 630-7426; E-Mail:

Dr. William Greenwood (2011), Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine; B.S., M.S., Eastern New Mexico University; M.D., University of New Mexico. Office: Physician Assistant Program Anatomy Lab 101; Phone: (910) 630-7427; E-Mail:

Dr. Deborah Morris (2010), Academic Coordinator, Physician Assistant Program; Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine; B.A., Lehigh University; P.A.-C., Yale University; M.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Office: Physician Assistant Program Academic Building 204; Phone: (910) 630-7583; E-Mail:

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SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS

COMMUNICATION

Mr. Paul J. Joseph (1996), Department Chair; Associate Professor of Mass Communications (2005); B.S., Framingham State College; M.A., Emerson College. He has taught courses in video and film production in Boston and in Europe. He has produced videos for education, health, and industry. Office: T-218; Phone: (910) 630-7052; E-Mail:

Mr. Brandon D. Miller (2008), Instructor of Speech; Debate Coach; B.S, M.A., Eastern Michigan University. Office: T-228; Phone: (910) 630-7653; E-Mail:

Mr. Daniel Trigoboff (2009), Assistant Professor of Mass Communications; B.S., Boston University; J.D., University of San Diego School of Law. Office: T-229; Phone: (910) 630-7066; E-Mail:

Dr. J. David Turner (2001), Professor of Speech (2006); B.A., Abilene Christian University; M.A., Ph.D., Ohio University. Office: T-223; Phone: (910) 630-7409; E-Mail:

Dr. Willis M. Watt (2000), Professor of Speech (2003); Director, Organizational Communication and Leadership Program; B.S., Manhattan Christian College; B.S., M.A., Ph.D.; Kansas State University. Research/scholarly activities include leadership; organizational, gender, intercultural communication; debate; business/professional speaking; interpersonal conflict management; listening; religious arts; theatre; Bible/theology; and Christian education. Office: T-103; Phone: (910) 630-7191; E-Mail:

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ENVIRONMENTAL AND OCCUPATIONAL MANAGEMENT

Dr. Deborah Branson (2010), Department Chair; Associate Professor of Environmental and Occupational Management (2013); Director, Environmental and Occupational Management Program; Director, Southeastern Center for Environmental Excellence. B.S., M.S., University of Oklahoma; M.A., Salve Regina University; M.S., Naval War College; M.A., University of Rhode Island; Ph.D., George Mason University. Office: H-260; Phone: (910) 630-7136; E-Mail:

Dr. Kurt Smith (2012), Assistant Professor of Environmental and Occupational Management; B.S., Oregon State University; M.P.A., Ph.D., North Carolina State University. Office: H-263; Phone: (910) 630-7139; E-Mail:

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GOVERNMENT STUDIES

Dr. Christopher Cronin (2008), Associate Professor of Political Science (2013); B.A., Saint Michael's College; M.A., Ph.D., University of Massachusetts. Office: T-119; Phone: (910) 630-7665; E-Mail:

Dr. Frank Trapp (2004), Professor of Government Studies; Coordinator, Political Science; B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Florida State University. He specializes in International Public Policy, Conflict Theory and Methodology. Office: T-250; Phone: (910) 630-7070; E-Mail:

Dr. Andrew H. Ziegler, Jr. (1998), Department Chair; Professor of Political Science (2008); Director of the Tally Center for Leadership Development; B.S., Florida State University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Florida. Specializes in European politics and American foreign policy. Office: T-103; Phone: (910) 630-7488; E-Mail:

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JUSTICE STUDIES

Dr. Mark D. Bowman (2009), Assistant Professor of Justice Studies; Director, Center for Excellence in Justice Administration; B.S., University of Arkansas at Little Rock; M.P.S.L., Christopher Newport University; Ph.D., Old Dominion University. Office: T-217; Phone: (910) 630-7434; E-Mail:

Dr. Katherine M. Brown (2012), Assistant Professor of Justice Studies; B.A., University of Texas at Austin; M.A., Ph.D., Sam Houston State University. Office: T-231; Phone: (910) 480-8458; E-Mail:

Dr. Darl H. Champion (1993), Professor of Justice Studies (2006); Director, Master of Justice Administration Program; B.A., Indiana University of Pennsylvania; M.C.J., University of South Carolina; Ed.D., North Carolina State University. Office: T-204B; Phone: (910) 630-7050; E-Mail:

Mr. Steven Downs (2014), Assistant Professor of Justice Studies; B.S., Fayetteville State University; M.F.S., George Washington University. Office: H-207C; Phone: TBA; E-Mail:

Ms. Sabrina Koncaba (2013), Director, Digital Forensics and Cyber Security; Instructor of Digital Forensics and Cyber Security; B.S., Lamar University; M.S., Norwich University. Office: T-271; Phone: (910) 630-7516; E-Mail:

Mr. David Pauly (2006), Associate Professor of Justice Studies (2013); Coordinator, Applied Forensic Science; B.S., Campbell University; M.F.S., George Washington University. Office: H-228; Phone: (910) 630-7420; E-Mail:

Dr. Eric S. See (2007), Department Chair; Associate Professor of Justice Studies (2013); B.S., Bowling Green State University; M.S., University of Cincinnati; Ph.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Office: T-204A; Phone: (910) 630-7459; E-Mail:

Ms. Wendy Vonnegut, Esq. (1999), Director of Legal Studies; Associate Professor of Legal Studies (2004); B.A., University of North Carolina at Wilmington; J.D., Mercer University. Office: T-215; Phone: (910) 630-7491; E-Mail:

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MILITARY SCIENCE

Mr. Tiberius B. Atilius (2014), Assistant Professor of Military Science; B.S., Missouri State University; B.A., University of Missouri at Columbia. Professor Atilius teaches ROTC basic and advanced courses. Office: Hendricks Science Complex; Phone: (910) 630-7693; E-Mail

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SOCIAL WORK

Ms. Mary Deyampert-McCall (2005), Professor of Social Work; Coordinator, Child Welfare Collaborative; B.S., Tuskegee University; M.S.W., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Current research focuses on child maltreatment. Chairs a committee/task force researching child homicides by parent or caretaker in Cumberland County. Courses taught - Human Diversity, Child Welfare, Helping Processes, Family Social Work, Human Behavior courses, Policy courses, and Field Practicum. Office: T-272-C; Phone: (910) 630-7698; E-Mail:

Dr. Carla A. Fagan (2011), Department Chair; Coordinator, School Social Work; Assistant Professor of Social Work; B.S., City College of the State University of New York; M.S.W., Fordham University; Ph.D., Yeshiva University. Office: T-272-B; Phone: (910) 630-7699; E-Mail:

Dr. George Hendricks (2006), Dean, School of Public Affairs; Associate Professor of Social Work (2009); Coordinator, Gerontology; B.S., M.S.W., East Carolina University; Ph.D., Walden University. Dr. Hendricks spent 12 years as a practicing social worker with Cumberland County Schools. During his tenure with the public schools, he served the elementary, middle, high school and alternative levels. Office: T-272-D; Phone: (910) 630-7056; E-Mail:

Ms. Tracey Hinds (2014), Instructor of Social Work; B.S.W., Methodist University; M.S.W., Fayetteville State University. Office: T-216B; Phone: TBA; E-Mail:

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SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

BIOLOGY

Dr. Clay H. Britton (2009), Associate Professor of Biology (2014); Director, Center for Undergraduate Research and Creativity; B.S., Elon University; Ph.D., Purdue University. Office: H-229; Phone: (910) 630-7451; E-Mail:

Dr. Lori L. Brookman Cornwell (1995), Interim Dean, School of Health Sciences; Professor of Biology (2007); B.S.; Ph.D. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Academic specialties and research interests are microbiology, specifically, the structure and function of cellular components of microorganisms as well as their metabolism. Office: Nursing Building; Phone: (910) 630-7128; E-Mail:

Dr. Margaret D. Folsom (1973), Professor of Biology (1985); B.S., M.A., University of Northern Iowa; Ph.D. North Carolina State University. A comparative physiologist/toxicologist with particular interest in the insects. Experienced in characterization of enzyme systems. Broad interests throughout biology. Office: H-200A; Phone: (910) 630-7127; E-Mail:

Dr. Rob McCandless (2005), Department Chair; Associate Professor of Biology (2010); B.A., M.S., Ph.D., University of Louisville. His areas of expertise include evolutionary Biology and zoology. Office: H-127; Phone: (910) 630-7247; E-Mail:

Dr. Scott Robertson (2014), Instructor Professor of Biology; B.S., Drury University; M.S., Missouri State University. Office: H-230; Phone: TBA; E-Mail: TBA

Dr. Sarah Straud (2014), Assistant Professor of Biology; B.S., Carnegie Mellon University; Ph.D., University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Office: H-231; Phone: (910) 630-7470; E-Mail:

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CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE

Dr. John A. Dembosky, Jr. (2005), Associate Professor of Geology (2007); Director, General Education; B.S. Ed., Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh. Office: H-258; Phone: (910) 630-7556; E-Mail:

Dr. Eun Hoo Kim (2013), Assistant Professor of Chemistry; B.S., M.S., Hanyang University; Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University. Office: H-204-A; Phone: (910) 630-7433; E-Mail:

Dr. Stephanie Hooper Marosek (2007), Associate Professor of Chemistry (2013); B.S., University of South Carolina; M.S., Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Office: H-256; Phone: (910) 630-7457; E-Mail:

Dr. Cu G. Phung (1995), Professor of Chemistry (2008); B.S., Methodist College; Ph.D., Duke University. His specialty is computational chemistry. Office: H-255; Phone: (910) 630-7137; E-Mail:

Dr. Narendra P. Singh (1983), Department Chair; Professor of Chemistry (1994); B.S., M.S., University of Gorakhpur; M.S., Mississippi State University; Ph.D., Banaras Hindu University. Research interests include preparation (synthesis) and characterization of inorganic superconductors. Also, areas of specialty include nuclear and radiation chemistry, and human nutrition (effect zinc/copper ratio in diet on cardiac disease.) Office: H-201; Phone: (910) 630-7132; E-Mail:

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

Dr. Tat W. Chan (2001), Dean, School of Science and Human Development; Professor of Computer Science; B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University of Southwestern Louisiana. Office: H-200; Phone: (910) 630-7286; E-Mail:

Mr. Gary Hinson (1991), Associate Professor of Computer Science (1998); B.S., M.S., University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Office: M-109; Phone: (910) 630-7141; E-Mail:

Dr. Terry C. House (2004), Department Chair; Professor of Computer Science (2014); B.S., Campbell University; M.S., Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University. Office: M-106; Phone: (910) 630-7416; E-Mail: Web Site: Open Source Research Corner

Dr. Bing Qi (2012), Assistant Professor of Computer Science; B.S., Nanchang University; M.S., Capital University of Economics and Business; Ph.D., Auburn University. Office: M-111; Phone: TBA; E-Mail: TBA

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EDUCATION

Mrs. Vickie A. Erben (1992), Assistant Professor of Education (1997); B.A., Methodist College; M.A., Campbell University. Office: H-226; Phone: (910) 630-7489; E-Mail:

Dr. E. Sue Godwin-Baker (2010), Associate Professor of Education; Director, Master of Education Program; B.S., M.A., East Carolina University; Ed.D., South Carolina State University. Dr. Godwin has several areas of interest, including language development, human growth and development, and literacy. Office: H-210; Phone: (910) 630-7060; E-Mail:

Dr. Jaunita W. Heyward (1992), Associate Professor of Education (1997); Coordinator, Elementary Education and Art Education; B.S., Bennett College; M.A., Ed.D., Fayetteville State University. Experienced in elementary education methods, public school administration, teacher evaluation and mentor programs with concentrated interests in elementary mathematics and science curriculum and preschool evaluation and curriculum/charter schools. Office: H-213; Phone: (910) 630-7051; E-Mail:

Dr. Jennifer Williams Mour (2004), Associate Professor of Education (2014); Coordinator, Student Teaching and Field Experience; B.S., Methodist College; M.A., University of North Carolina at Pembroke; Ed.D., Nova Southeastern University. She is experienced in elementary education methods and received her doctorate in curriculum and instruction. Office: H-215; Phone: (910) 630-7374; E-Mail:

Dr. Yvonne Nolan (2003), Department Chair; Professor of Education (2012); Coordinator, Special Education; B.S., Gordon College; M.A., California State University; Ed.D., Nova Southeastern University. Experienced in teaching students with special needs across exceptionalities and in a variety of settings. Areas of interest include instruction in the conducting of functional behavioral assessments to aid in the development of positive behavioral supports, and co-teaching and collaboration to ensure student success. Office: H-225; Phone: (910) 630-7373; E-Mail:

Dr. Terry Randall (2012), Assistant Professor of Education; Coordinator, Middle Grades Education; B.S., M.A., Ball State University; Ed.D., University of Miami (Ohio). Experienced in Public School Administration; Curriculum and Instruction; Coordination of Special Services; School Improvement Initiatives. Office: H-227; Phone: (910) 630-7054; E-Mail:

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MATHEMATICS

Dr. Peggy G. Batten (1993), Professor of Mathematics (1998); B.S., Atlantic Christian College; M.S., Ph.D., North Carolina State University. Office: M-107; Phone: (910) 630-7131; E-Mail:

Mr. Daniel L. Bennett (2007), Assistant Professor of Mathematics (2013), B.S., M.S., Fayetteville State University. Office: H-257; Phone: (910) 630-7456; E-Mail:

Ms. Eleanor H. Ninestein (2000), Associate Professor of Mathematics (2002); B.A., Agnes Scott College; M.A., Duke University. Office: M-108; Phone: (910) 630-7229; E-Mail:

Dr. Shivappa V. Palled (1988), Department Chair; Professor of Mathematics (1996); B.S., M.S., Karnatak University, Dharwar, India; Ph.D., University of Madras, Madras, India. Office: M-104; Phone: (910) 630-7133; E-Mail:

Ms. Beth Ruff (2012), Instructor of Mathematics, B.S., Fayetteville State University; M.A., University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Office: M-105A; Phone: (910) 480-8473; E-Mail:

Dr. J. Lewis Walston (1988), Professor of Mathematics (2002); Coordinator, Mathematics Education; B.A., M.A., East Carolina University; M.Ed., Ph.D., North Carolina State University. Teaches algebra and applied statistics. Research interest is mathematics teacher preparation. Office: M-110; Phone: (910) 630-7130; E-Mail:

Dr. Jhie Zhou (2014), Assistant Professor of Mathematics, B.Eng., University of Shanghai; Ph.D., University of Georgia. Office: M-105B; Phone: (910) 480-8401; E-Mail:

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION, HEALTH EDUCATION AND EXERCISE SCIENCE

Mr. John Herring (2006), Department Chair; Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Exercise Science; Coordinator, Physical Education and Health Education; B.S., M.Ed., Frostburg State University. Office: P-202; Phone: (910) 630-7365; E-Mail:

Dr. Kyrstin Krist (2012), Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Exercise Science; B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; M.S. Springfield College; Ph.D. University of South Carolina. Office: P-211-S; Phone: (910) 480-8452; E-Mail:

Dr. Grayson Lipford (2011), Coordinator, Exercise and Sport Science; Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Exercise Science; B.S., Longwood University; M.S., James Madison University; Ph.D., CSCS, Virginia Commonwealth University. Office: P-223-S; Phone: (910) 630-7450; E-Mail:

Mr. Robert McEvoy (1992), Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1996); Vice President and Director of Athletics; B.S., Kent State University; M.A., East Carolina University. Office: Riddle Center; Phone: (910) 630-7182; E-Mail:

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