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Biological Sciences Department

Phone: 864-656-5433
Fax: 155SB


 Educational Background

NC State University 1981

NC State University 1978

SC State University 1975

 Courses Taught

1. Microbiology 412/ H412/612. Bacterial Physiology: A Molecular Approach.
2. Microbiology 415. Microbial Genetics (2000).
3. Microbiology 205. Introduction to Microbiology. (1984-1999).
4. Microbiology 815. Advanced Microbial Genetics (2001-present).
5. Microbiology 100. Microbes and Human affairs (1984-2000).
6. CU 101: Becoming a Master Student (1999 and 2000).
7. Microbiology 491: Undergraduate Research (1984-1999).
8. Bioinformatics (Food Science Department. Team Taught. Felix Barron,Coordinator).
9. Microbiology 807. (Seminar)
10. Microbiology 804. Selected topics in Microbiology.
11. Microbiology 891 and 991. Masters and Doctoral Research
12. Microbiology 101. (2005-2011).
13. BioSci 101 (2005-2011).
14. Microbiology 804.
15. BioSci 493 (2011)

 Extension and Outreach

Undergraduate minority recruiting at Xavier, Dillard & Southern Universities (New Orleans, La.on a yearly basis.
Better Processing Control School(BPC)- I train food handlers on the property technique to guard against bacterial contamination of food. Participants are from restaurants, local stores and industry.
Dixon Fellow Scholars-Mentor for numerous years to give students a more rounded academic education
\\\\\\\"Look Inside Clemson\\\\\\\"- I teach the \\\\\\\"Careers in Biological Sciences\\\\\\\" part of this Summer program which is intended to recruit the best minority students across the State to choose Clemson for their education.
Annual Biomedical Conference for Minority Students(ABRCMS.I attend this yearly meeting to show students (national & International) the programs that are available at Clemson.