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John Abercrombie

Senior Lecturer

 Phone: 864-656-5431
 Office:  127-B LSF
 Lab:     121-A&B LSF
 Email:  ja@clemson.edu

Lab Manager & Microbiology Teaching.






Cora M. Allard

Lecturer & 
SPRI Coordinator 

 Phone: 864-656-0721
 Office: G-19 Jordan Hall
 Email: callara@clemson.edu

SC Life. SC Life supports research for college students as well as life sciences education for middle school and high school students and their teachers. Programs for teachers include workshops and graduate-level science courses.



J. Antonio Baeza

Assistant Professor

 Phone: 864-656-2157
 Office: 226 Long Hall

 Lab:    101, 102-J Jordan

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology. Dr. Baeza's research focuses on behavioral ecology, molecular phylogenetics, and fisheries biology.


Lisa J. Bain


 Phone: 864-656-5050
 Office: 239 Long Hall
 Lab:    300 Jordan Hall
 Email: lbain@clemson.edu

Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology. Research in Dr. Bain's laboratory focuses on the mechanisms by which cells respond to toxicants, such as arsenic, chromium, and pharmaceuticals.


William Baldwin


 Office: 235 Long Hall
 Lab:    318 Jordan Hall
 Email: baldwin@clemson.edu

Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology. Dr. Baldwin's research focuses on an organism’s ability to adapt to environmental stressors such as foreign chemicals and toxic endobiotics.


Robert Ballard


 Phone: 864-656-3579
 Office: G-22 Jordan Hall
 Email: ballard@clemson.edu

Pedagogy & Instructional Development.  Dr. Ballard leads the Biology Master's Online program.


Douglas Bielenberg

Associate Professor

 Office: 155 Long Hall
 Lab:    118C Jordan Hall
 Email: dbielen@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology.  Dr. Bielenberg's primary research interests are in the physiological and molecular mechanisms of plant interactions with the physical environment.


Richard Blob


 Office: 342 Long Hall
 Lab:    400 E-H Jordan Hall
 Email: rblob@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology.  Dr. Blob is broadly interested the evolution of musculoskeletal function in animals.


Barbara Campbell

Assistant Professor

 Phone: 864-656-0559
 Office: 155-B LSF
 Lab:    160 LSF

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology. Microbiology. Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology.  Dr. Campbell's goals are to understand the roles of bacteria in biogeochemical cycling of important compounds in numerous habitats, from the deep sea and coastal ocean to the Arctic tundra. 


Min Cao

Associate Professor

 Phone: 864-507-7270
 Office: 151-B LSF
 Lab:    160-B LSF
 Email: mcao@clemson.edu

MicrobiologyMolecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology. Research in Dr. Cao’s lab is focused on bacterial biofilm formation. They primarily work with two pathogens, Listeria monocytogenes and Vibrio cholerae. Their goals are to understand the mechanisms involved in biofilm formation and to develop natural compounds (as an alternative to antibiotic treatment) to control bacterial biofilm and pathogenesis.


Susan Chapman

Associate Professor

 Office: 340 Long Hall
 Lab:    320, 321 Jordan Hall

Molecular, Cellular, & Development Biology. Dr. Chapman's lab is interested in mechanisms of tissue specification, morphogenesis and patterning of specific regional identity during vertebrate head development, particularly within the hearing apparatus.


Wen Chen


 Phone: 864-455-1457
GHS Cancer Center
 Email: wenc@clemson.edu

GHS Cancer Center. Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology. Dr. Chen is interested in prolactin antagonists and their use in human breast cancer therapy.


Michael Childress

Associate Professor

 Office: 105-A Jordan Hall
 Lab:    B-26 Jordan Hall
 Email: mchildr@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology.  Dr. Childress’ lab studies the behavioral ecology and evolution of marine animals.  His interests include understanding how individuals adjust their behaviors in response to rapidly changing environmental conditions, and the role of behavioral phenotypes in the evolution of social behaviors.


Robert Cohen

Professor & Chair

 Phone: 864-656-1112
 Office: 132 Long Hall
 Email: rscohen@clemson.edu

Molecular Genetics of Development.  Dr. Cohen uses Drosophila melanagster as a model system to understand how cells move RNAs and other regulatory molecules to specific subcellular sites to establish molecular asymmetries.  Such asymmetries are key to cell migration, stem cell maintenance and differentiation, and the organization of cells into organs and other higher order structures.  Many of the genes that function critically in the formation of molecular asymmetries give rise to neoplastic growth states when mutated.  Thus the formation of molecular asymmetries within cells is critical to all, or virtually all, aspects of normal cell growth and differentiation.  


Victoria Corbin

Associate Professor

 Office: 153 Long Hall
 Phone: 864-656-1634
 Email: vcorbin@clemson.edu
 Outreach Email:                    culso@clemson.edu

Pedagogy & Instructional Development. Dr. Corbin is the director of the South Carolina DNA Learning Center, a modern lab where schools and community groups come to learn about molecular biology, recombinant DNA technologies and their everyday applications.


John Cummings

Senior Lecturer

 Phone: 864-656-3601
 Office: 146 Long Hall

Pedagogy & Instructional Development. Mr. Cummings’ specialty courses include Human Anatomy and Physiology and Mammalogy.  He is actively involved in Graduate Teaching Assistant Training.



Saara DeWalt

Associate Professor, 
Graduate Program Coordinator for Biological Sciences

 Office: 338 Long Hall
 Phone: 864-502-8403
 Lab:    217 Jordan Hall
 Email: saarad@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology. Dr. DeWalt studies plant population and community ecology, primarily in temperate and tropical forests. She has ongoing projects examining invasive plant ecology and phylogeography, tropical forest succession, global liana ecology, rare plant ecology, and rainforest dynamics on the Caribbean island of Dominica. 


Dylan Dittrich-Reed

Assistant Professor

 Office: 134 Long Hall
 Email: ddittri@clemson.edu

Pedagogy & Instructional Development. Dr. Dittrich-Reed is interested in how incorporating student-led research into teaching laboratories affects student attitudes toward and retention in the biological sciences.


Yuqing Dong

Assistant Professor

 Phone: 864-656-3835
 Office: 055-A LSF
 Lab:    060-C LSF
 Email: ydong@clemson.edu

Molecular, Cellular, & Development Biology. The study of aging in different model organisms has produced fundamental observations on mechanisms of aging. It is well known that certain genetic pathways controlling longevity are highly conserved from nematode to humans. 


Nora Espinoza

Assistant Professor

 Phone: 864-656-3589
 Office: 348 Long Hall
 Email: nespino@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Developmental Biology.



David Feliciano

Assistant Professor

 Office: 326 Jordan Hall
 Lab:    323, 324 Jordan Hall
 Email: dfelici@clemson.edu

Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology.  Dr. Feliciano's expertise is in developmental neurobiology, with an emphasis on understanding the relationship between neural stem cell evolution and neurodevelopmental disorders.

Vincent Gallicchio


 Phone: 864-650-6702
 Office: 122 Long Hall
 Email: vsgall@clemson.edu

Pedagogy & Instructional Development. Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology. Dr. Gallicchio's research interests include 1) experimental drug therapeutics for AIDS and cancer, with a focus on compounds that inhibit ribonucleotide reductase and anti-oxidants derived from natural food products and 2) the non-psychiatric clinical uses of lithium.


John Hains

Associate  Professor

 Office: 143 Long Hall
 Email: jhains@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Developmental Biology. Dr. Hains studies aquatic ecosystems, limnology, aquatic biology, biogeochemistry, reservoir ecosystems - limnology and management, environmental consequences of power production.



Renea Hardwick

Senior Lecturer

 Office: 148 Long Hall
 Email: rhardwi@clemson.ed

DNA Learning Center.  The purpose of the South Carolina DNA Learning Center is providing modern genetics and biotechnology outreach education to students in grades 5-12, teachers, and the public.



Michael Henson

Research Associate  Professor

 Office: 157-A LSF
 Email: hhenson@clemson.edu

Microbiology. Dr. Henson's major research interests include the anaerobic microbial ecology of various environments.

Thomas Hughes


 Phone: 864-656-5433
 Office: 155-A LSF
 Email: t020509@clemson.edu

Microbiology. Dr. Hughes' research interest concerns the bioremediation of an important environmental pollutant, creosote, by microoganisms. He is also interested in exploring the control of food-borne pathogens by means other than addition of antibiotics. 


Kalan Ickes

Assistant  Professor

 Office: 147 Long Hall
 Email: kickes@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal BiologyDr. Ickes' research interests are primarily in the areas of plant-animal interactions, plant ecology, and community ecology in tropical rain forest. 


Tafadzwa Kaisa

Senior Lecturer

Phone: 864-656-6963
Office: 322 Long Hall
Fax:    864-656-0435
Email: tkaisa@clemson.edu

Pedagogy & Instructional Development.


Stephen Klaine


 Phone: 864-710-6763
 Office: CIET
 Email: sklaine@clemson.edu

Environmental Toxicology. Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology. Dr. Klaine's research focuses on the fate and effects of contaminants in the environment. Specifically, he is interested in contaminants that migrate from various land uses into aquatic ecosystems and their effects on aquativ plants and animals. 


Robert Kosinski


 Phone: 864-656-3830
 Office: 147 Long Hall
 Email: rjksn@clemson.edu

Pedagogy & Instructional Development.



Harry Kurtz

Associate Professor

 Phone: 864-656-6915
 Office: 151 LSF
 Email: hkurtz@clemson.edu

Microbiology. Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology. Research in Dr. Kurtz's lab is focused on environmental microbiology, specifically survival of stress.


Tamara McNealy

Associate Professor

 Phone: 864-656-3058
 Office: 157-B LSF
 Lab:    160 LSF             Email:tmcneal@clemson.edu

Microbiology.  Dr. McNealy's lab studies Francisella tularensis and Legionella pneumophila; specifically, they investigate how the natural environment of these pathogens has adapted them for pathogenicity in humans.


Tammy McNutt-Scott 

Senior Lecturer

 Office: 301B Jordan Hall
 Email: tmcnutt@clemson.edu

Pedagogy & Instructional Development. Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology. Dr. McNutt-Scott's research focuses on how environmental toxicants may influence physiological events associated with the female reproductive tract, primarily during the early stages of pregnancy. 


Christine Minor

Senior Lecturer

 Office: 330C Long Hall
 Email: mminor@clemson.edu

Pedagogy & Instructional Development. As coordinator of non-majors biology, Christine Minor develops and implements a variety of process-oriented, investigative instructional methodologies designed specifically for those students that will comprise a large portion of our society's "scientific consumers."


Andrew Mount

Research Associate Professor 

 Phone: 864-656-3597
 Office: 316 Jordan Hall 
 Lab:    317 Jordan Hall 
 Email: mount@clemson.edu

Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology. Dr. Mount's lab studies cellular biomineralization in mollusks and biofouling of marine invertebrates. 



Margaret Ptacek 


 Phone: 864-656-6964
 Office: 213 Jordan Hall 
 Lab:    214 Jordan Hall
 Email: mptacek@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology. Dr. Ptacek's main research interests lie at the intersection of behavioral ecology, population genetics, and speciation. Specifically, she is interested in processes that control genetic divergence among populations and the contributions of these processes to local adaptation and speciation.


Lisa Rapaport

Assistant Professor

 Phone: 864-656-0838
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 145 Long Hall
 Email: lrapapo@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology. Dr. Rapaport's research interests fall within the broad categories of behavioral ecology and conservation biology. 


Charles Rice


 Office: 233 Long Hall 
 Lab:    313 Jordan Hall  
 Email: cdrice@clemson.edu

Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology.  Dr. Rice's lab studies comparative and veterinary immunology, as well as cellular and molecular aspects of inflammation and its role in chronic diseases, including cancer. 


Vincent Richards

Assistant Professor

 Office: 236 Long Hall 
 Lab:    111 Jordan Hall  
 Email: vpricha@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology. Microbiology.  Dr. Richards studies comparative genomics, transcriptomics, population genomics, and phylogenomics of human and animal bacterial pathogens, focusing on their evolution, adaptation, and response to different environments and hosts.


Krista Rudolph

Senior Lecturer

 Office: 330B Long Hall
 Phone: 864-656-3838  
 Email: krudolp@clemson.edu

Microbiology. Pedagogy and Instructional Development. Dr. Rudolph teaches undergraduate microbiology courses, coordinates the General Microbiology labs, and teaches a microbiology course for the Biology Master's Online program. Her research interests include food safety, genetic engineering, the human microbiome, and pedagogy.


Simon Scott


 Office: 231 Long Hall 
 Lab:    226 Jordan Hall  
 Email: sscott@clemson.edu

Microbiology.  Dr Scott is interested in plant virus research specializing in viruses infecting fruit trees and other woody species, characterization at the molecular level of etiological agents not previously associated with diseases, and the taxonomy of the genus Ilarvirus.


Michael Sears

Assistant Professor

 Office: 323 Long Hall 
 Lab:    111 Jordan Hall  
 Email: sears3@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology. Dr. Sears' research seeks to explain landscape-level patterns of the abundances and distributions of animals by understanding the basic physiologies and behaviors of individuals within a spatial context.


Sam Sparace

Associate Professor

 Phone: 864-656-6918
 Office: 336 Long Hall 
 Lab:    112 Jordan Hall
 Email: smsprc@clemson.edu

Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology. Dr. Sparace is interested in plastids, an extremely important and diverse group of organelles found in higher plants often described as the biosynthetic powerhouse of the plant cell.


Barbara Speziale

Professor & Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies

 Phone: 864-656-1550
 Office: E-201 Martin Hall 
 Lab:    G18-G20 Jordan Hall  
 Email: bjspz@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology. Dr. Speziale's academic interests and activities encompass phycology, limnology, science education and outreach. Her biology research interest is the ecology and taxonomy of freshwater algae. Her current programs focus on science education, undergraduate research, and first generation college students.


Timothy Spira


 Office: 330-E Long Hall
 Email: stimoth@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology. Dr. Spira writes natural history guides to the southern Appalachian Mountains and the adjoining Piedmont of the southeastern United States with an emphasis on native plants and their natural communities.


William Surver

Alumni Distinguished Professor & Director, Clemson Thinks2

 Phone: 864-656-3834
 Office: 330-A Long Hall
 Email: surverw@clemson.edu

Pedagogy & Instructional Development.  Dr. Surver works with the development and Integration of New Curriculum in Biology (emphasis on Introductory Biology, Genetics and Biotechnology).


Lesly Temesvari

Alumni Distinguished Professor

 Phone: 864-656-6387
 Office: 255-B LSF 
 Lab:    260-E LSF 
 Email: ltemesv@clemson.edu

Molecular, Cellular, & Devolopmental Biology. The overall goal of the research in Dr. Temesvari's laboratory is to understand the molecular mechanisms that govern vesicle trafficking and cell-cell interactions.


David Tonkyn

Associate Professor

 Phone: 864-656-3588
 Office: 350 Long Hall 
 Lab:    310 Jordan Hall
 Email: tdavid@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology.  Dr. Tonkyn's primary interests now are in conservation ecology.  He studies the interacting threats of genetic and demographic changes, and disease, to small (captive or endangered) populations.  Visit his lab website: http://tda686.wix.com/dtonkyn


Matthew Turnbull

Associate Professor

 Phone: 864-656-5038
 Office: B10 Long Hall 
 Email: turnbul@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology. Dr. Turnbull's lab focuses on the role of gap junctions in co-ordinating cellular and tissue behaviors in insects.


Tzeun-Rong (Jeremy) Tzeng

Associate Professor, 
Graduate Program Coordinator for Microbiology

 Phone: 864-656-0239
 Office: 149 LSF
 Email: tzuenrt@clemson.edu

Microbiology. Dr. Tzeng is interested in developing non-antibiotic alternative treatments for microbial infections.


Peter van den Hurk

Associate Professor

 Phone: 864-656-3594
 Office: 237 Long Hall     
 Email: pvdh@clemson.edu

Molecular, Cellular, & Devolopmental Biology. Dr. van den Hurk's research focuses on how animals, including humans, deal with environmental contaminants and endogenous waste materials.


Yanzhang (Charlie) Wei


 Phone: 864-656-7393
 Office: 055 LSF
 Email:  ywei@clemson.edu

Molecular, Cellular, & Devolopmental Biology.  Dr. Wei's lab research focuses on the development of novel anti-cancer therapies, including, but not limited to, dendritic cell and NK cell mediated cancer immunotherapies, cancer gene therapies, and natural anti-cancer compound identification.


Donna Weinbrenner

Senior Lecturer

 Phone: 864-656-1996
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 334 Long Hall
 Email: donnaw@clemson.edu



Christina Wells

Associate Professor

 Office: 150 Long Hall

 Lab: 118A Jordan
 Email: cewells@clemson.edu

Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology. Dr. Wells' lab uses modern genomic and transcriptomic approaches to answer fundamental questions in plant biology. 


Kristi Whitehead


 Phone: 864-656-4146
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 142 Long Hall      
 Email: kwhiteh@clemson.edu

Microbiology. Molecular, Cellular, & Devolopmental Biology.  Dr. Whitehead is focused on understanding the diversity and function of bacteria within the gastrointestinal tracts of humans.

Xianzhong Yu

Associate Professor

 Phone: 864-656-0718
 Office: 051-B LSB
 Email: xyu@clemson.edu

Molecular, Cellular, & Devolopmental Biology. Dr. Yu's research focuses on molecular and cellular mechanisms of tumor angiogenesis, gene therapy targeting on tumor angiogenesis, establishing tumor models through transgenic technique, and tumor therapeutic agents screening.

 Joint Faculty

Peter Adler - SAFES

Chin-Fu Chen - Greenwood Genetics Center

Xiuping Jiang - Food Science

Patrick Jodice - SAFES


Laboratory Staff

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Rebecca Ackerman

Lab Specialist II

 Phone: 864-656-6189
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 337 Long Hall
 Lab:    331 Long Hall
 Email: arebecc@clemson.edu


Lab manager and biology teaching.



Karen Clark

Agricult/Animal Assoc I

 Phone: 864-656-5744
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 128 Long Hall
 Lab:    Long Hall
 Email: karenc@clemson.edu


Dixie Damrel

Curator II

 Phone: 864-656-7234
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 201 Campbell                          Museum

Curator of the Clemson HerbariumThe Clemson Herbarium is a research facility serving the university, scientific researchers, and the general public in furthering knowledge of plants.  Holding about 100,000 documented specimens, the herbarium is among the largest and one of the most important in the state. 


Joshua Evans

Lab Specialist II

Phone: 864-656-
Fax:    864-656-0435
Email: evans@clemson.edu


Yan He

Agricult/Animal Assoc I

 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: B12 Long Hall
 Email: yanh@clemson.edu


George Huang

Research Specialist III

 Phone: 864-656-5439
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 162 Jordan Hall
 Email: ghuang@clemson.edu



Stanlee Miller

Curator II

 Phone: 864-656-3456
 Fax:     864-656-0435
 Office: 203 Campbell                Museum
 Email: smmll@clemson.edu

Curator of the Vertebrate Collection.


Michael Moore

Research Specialist II

 Phone: 864-656-6273
 Fax:     mmoore@clemson.edu

Department facilities manager.


Rhonda Powell

Research Associate

  Phone:   864-656-1264
  Fax:       864-656-0435
  Office:    G-024 LSF
  Lab:       G-030 LSF
  Email:    rhondar@clemson.edu

Light Imaging Facility. The Clemson Light Imaging Facility (CLIF) is a multi-user core facility located on the main campus of Clemson University.  Directed by Dr. Terri Bruce, the imaging facility houses a number of advanced light microscopes, including a Leica SP8X Multiphoton spectral confocal  microscope, a suite of Nikon microscopes, and a Zeiss LSM 510 confocal microscope.


John Smink

Wildlife Biologist II 

 Phone: 864-656-7162
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: G-26 P&A  
 Email: smink@clemson.edu

Facility manager for the Aquatic Animal Research Laboratory located in the Poole Agricultural Building. The facility is an AAALAC accredited and IACUC inspected aquatic research laboratory for the culture of aquatic and semi-aquatic organisms. The facility is funded by the Department of Biological Sciences and is available for use by faculty and students in the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences.   


Brenda Welter

Research Associate

 Phone: 864-656-6387
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 255 LSF< 
 Lab:    255D LSF 
 Email: wbrenda@clemson.edu


 Administrative Staff

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Jillian Danson

Public Information Coordinator 

 Phone: 864-656-2328
 Fax:     864-656-0435
 Office: 132 Long Hall

 Webmaster & media specialist.


Teri Elliot

Administrative Assistant

 Phone: 864-656-2416
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 132 Long Hall
 Email: telltt@clemson.edu


Stephanie Evans

Student Services Program Coordinator II

 Phone: 864-656-5074
 Fax:     864-656-0435
 Office: 129 Long Hall

Undergraduate advising. 


Ginger Foulk 

SC Life Project Manager

 Phone: 864-656-4224
 Fax:    864-656-1425
 Office: G-17 Jordan Hall
 Email: foulk@clemson.edu

SC LIFE.  SC Life supports research for college students as well as life sciences education for middle school and high school students and their teachers. Programs for teachers include workshops and graduate-level science courses, community-based research projects, classroom resources including virtual field trips, and loans of equipment footlockers.


Bobbie Griffith

Accnt/Fiscal Analyst I

 Phone: 864-656-2328
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 132 Long Hall
 Email: griffit@clemson.edu



 Terri Jarrett

 Program Assistant

 Phone: 864-656-2153
 Fax:    864-656-1425
 Office: G25 Jordan

BIOL Online Master of SciencesDNA Learning  Center.


 Jay Lyn Martin

Student Services Coordinator

 Phone: 864-656-3587
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 144 Long
 Email: jaylyn@clemson.edu

 Graduate Student Coordinator.


 Rita McConnell

Fiscal Analyst II

 Phone: 864-656-2330
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 140 Long

Department Accountant.


Barbara Piekutowski

Administrative Assistant

 Phone: 864-656-3057
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 130 Long Hall   
 Email: piekb@clemson.edu

 Administrative Assistant to the Chair.


 Teela Roche

Info Resource Consult II

 Phone: 864-643-6480
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 151 Long Hall    
 Email: troche@clemson.edu

 CAFLS IT help. 


Jacqueline Van Strien

Info Resource Consult I

 Phone: 864-656-0854
 Fax:    864-656-0435
 Office: 138 Long Hall    
 Email: vanj@clemson.edu

Registration Coordinator and oversees Biological Sciences teaching lab budgets.


Emeritus Faculty

Jim Colacino

Associate Professor


Lawrence Dyck



Jean Dickey



Ricardo Garcia

Associate Professor


Sidney Gauthreaux



Steven Hayasaka



John Lawson



Thomas  McInnis


Richard Montanucci

Associate Professor


Gayle Noblet



Edward Pivorun



C.K. Revis-Wagner

Associate Professor


Edward  Ruppert



Mariette Ruppert

Assistant Professor


James  Schindler



A. Denny Smith

Associate Professor


Fred Stutzenberger



For any further information regarding emeritus faculty, please contact: 

Dr. Diane Smathers, Director of the Emeritus College

Emeritus College
509 Westinghouse Rd.
P.O. Box 709
Pendleton, S.C. 29670