2011-2012 NEW FACULTY
 
Welcome Message from the Provost

It is a pleasure to welcome new colleagues to our campus. This year, twenty-six new tenure-track faculty are joining us in the Colleges and Schools. I invite each of you to join me in extending a hearty welcome to our new faculty.

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

J. Wilson WhiteDr. Melanie Bachmeyer, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2010, University of Iowa; M.S., 2005, Georgia State University; B.A., 2000, University of North Carolina at Asheville

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2010-2011, Postdoctoral Fellow, Kennedy Krieger Institute, John Hopkins School of Medicine; 2010-2011, Guest Lecturer, University of Iowa; 2009-2010, Pre Doctoral Psychology Intern, University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics

Awards and Grants: 2010, Howard R. Jones Research Achievement Award, 2009, T. Anne Cleary Psychological Research Scholarship University of Iowa

Eric Schuettpelz

Dr. Bradley Baumgarner, Lecturer, Department of Biology and Marine Biology

Educational Background: Ph.D, 2010, Purdue University; M.S, 2000, Clemson University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2010-present, Postdoctoral Scholar: Department of Physiology, University of Kentucky College of Medicine; 2006-2010 Graduate Research Assistant: Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University; 2005-2006, Graduate Research Assistant: Department of Renewable and Natural Resources, Louisiana State University; 2004-2005, Project Coordinator: National Rainbow trout Yield Verificaation Project, Department of Zoology, North Carolina State University

Andrew Belser

Mr. Andrew Belser, Professor w/tenure and Chair, Department of Theatre

Educational Background: M.F.A, 1995, Virginia Tech University; M.A., 1987, Villanova University; B.A., 1982, Grove City College

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 1997-2011, Head of Theatre, 2007-2011 Professor of Theatre, Juniata College; 2004-2011, Founding Artistic Director, “The Gravity Project”

Awards and Grants: 2010-2011, Nominated National Arts Leader, Amherst Wilder Foundation; 2008, International Guest, Glasgow International Arts Festival; 2003, Pennsylvania Professor of the Year, Carnegie Foundation & Council for Advancement and Support of Education

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Mr. Stephen Boul, Lecturer, Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Educational Background: M.S., 2001, University of Missouri; B.Sc., 1999, University of Manchester

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2008-2011, Instructor, Cape Fear Community College; 2007-2008, Lecturer, University of North Carolina Wilmington; 2002-2007, Associate Pastor, Columbia Missouri

Awards and Grants: 2003, 2002, Outstanding Teaching Award, Men of the Engineering Community; 2001, Award for Excellence in Teaching, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Missouri, Columbia

Jason Bowers

Mr. Jason Bowers, Lecturer, Department of Philosophy and Religion

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2010, M.A., 2005, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; B.A., 2003, Reed College

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2010, Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME

Awards and Grants: 2009, Tanner Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, 2008, Henry Horace Williams Fellowship, 2003-2004, Graduate School’s Scholars for Tomorrow Global Fellowship, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Ms. Carrie Buist, Lecturer, Department of Sociology and Criminology

Educational Background: M.A.,2007, B.S., 2005, Eastern Michigan University; A.S. Schoolcraft College

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2010-2011, Research Assistant, Western Michigan University; Spring 2010, Manuscript Reviewer, Critical Criminology

Awards and Grants: 2010, Wally Post Award for Exceptional Departmental Service, Western Michigan University; 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, Outstanding Graduate Scholar/Research Recognition and Outstanding Graduate Teacher, Western Michigan University

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Ms. Keri Chandler, Lecturer, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures

Educational Background: M.A., 2003, B.A., 1994, University of South Carolina

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2008-2010, Teaching Assistant, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2007-2008, Part-time Lecturer, University of North Carolina Wilmington; 2007-2008, Lecturer, Coastal Carolina University

Awards and Grants: Summer 2011, Drake-Cooper Dissertation Research Fellowship; 2002, Outstanding Graduate Student, University of South Carolina

Cuixian Chen

Dr. Cuixian (Tracy) Chen, Lecturer, Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2007, M.A., 2004, State University of New York at Binghamton; B.S., 1998, Zhongshan University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2010-2011, Research Associate, 2009-2010, Senior Data Analyst, 2009-2010, Part-time Lecturer, 2007-2009 Visiting Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina Wilmington; 2001-2006, Teaching Assistant and Lecturer, State University of New York at Binghamton

Awards and Grants: 2009-2010, (Co-Principal) Grant, FBI Federal Universal Face Workstation, $350,000,
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Ms. Kelly Dixon, Lecturer, Department of Communication Studies

Educational Background: M.S., 2005, B.A., 2002, North Carolina State University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2008-2011, Part-time Lecturer, University of North Carolina Wilmington; 2005-2008, Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Kentucky
Sarah Hallenbeck

Dr. Sarah Hallenbeck, Assistant Professor, Department of English

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2009, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; M.A., 2003, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; B.A., 1998, College of William and Mary

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2010-2011, Associate Director, Duke University Writing Studio; 2009-2010, Thompson Writing Fellow, Duke University

Awards and Grants: 2010 Rhetoric Society of America Dissertation Award; 2007, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill English Dept. Doris Betts Teaching Award; 2002, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Everett Fellowship $10,000

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Dr. Thomas Hart, Lecturer, Department of History

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2004, University of Alabama; M.A., 1997, Clemson University; B.A. 1995, Furman University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2008-09 University of North Alabama: Visiting Assistant Professor

Awards and Grants: Johnson Fellowship in Southern History, Department of History, University of Alabama, 2002-03

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Dr. Michael Huner, Lecturer, Department of Art and Art History

Educational Background: M.A., 2004, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina; B.A., 2000, Valparaiso University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: Instructor (History Department, UNC-CH)

Awards and Grants: 2001 IIE Fulbright Fellowship in Asuncion, Paraguay; 2003, Title VI Foreign Language and Area Studies Summer Fellowship to study Guarani, Asuncion, Paraguay; 2006-07, Title VI Foreign Language and Area Studies Academic Year Fellowship for dissertation research, Guarani, Asuncion, Paraguay; 2007, Off-campus Dissertation Research Fellowship, UNC-CH, Graduate School, (Full Semester); 2009, Mellon Dissertation Fellowship, Institute for the Study of the Americas, UNC-CH

Courtney Johnson

Ms. Courtney Johnson, Assistant Professor, Department of Art and Art History

Educational Background: M.F.A., 2009, University of Miami; B.F.A., 2004, New York University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2011, Curator, Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco and New York; 2009, Guest Juror, Barry University; Guest Lecturer, University of Miami; 2007-2009, Instructor, University of Miami

Awards and Grants: 2008, Juror’s Choice Award, Annual Graduate Show; 2007, Glass Award, Annual Student Show

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Dr. Hyun Jung Lee, Lecturer, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2002, The Ohio State University; M.S, 1997, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea; B..S., 1995, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2009-present, part time faculty, University of North Carolina Wilmington; 2003-2007, Senior Research Scientist, MacDermid, Inc., Waterbury, CT.

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Dr. Eva Mehl, Assistant Professor, Department of History

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2002, B.A. 1997, University of Alicante, Spain; Ph.D. pending, University of California, Davis

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2005-2008, Teaching Assistant, University of California, Davis; Assistant Professor, 2000-2004, University of Alicante, Spain

Awards and Grants: 2004-2005, Reed-Smith Graduate Student Fellowship, Dept. of History, University of California, Davis, $16,000; 2002-2011, Honorary Teaching Fellow, Dept. of Medieval and Early Modern History, University of Alicante, Spain

Gary Miller

Dr. Gary Miller, Professor with Tenure, Department of Biology and Marine Biology

Educational Background: Ph.D., 1982, Mississippi State University; M.A., 1979, College of William and Mary; B.S., 1976, College of William and Mary

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2002-2006, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and Research, 2006, Professor of Biology, (Provost title added spring 2007), Wichita State University; 2002-2006, Dean and Professor of Biology, University of the Pacific; 1995-2002, Chair, Department of Biology, 1997-2002, Professor, 1989-1997, 1988-1989 Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Mississippi; 1988, Associate Professor, 1985-1988, Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, 1985-1986, Assistant Director, Museum of Natural Sciences, School of Natural Sciences, , Webster State University; 1983-1985 Research Associate and Assistant Professor, Department of Entomology, 1984, Instructor, Department of Business Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis, College of Business, 1981-1982 Instructor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Mississippi State University

Awards and Grants: Twenty-five grants and contracts totaling $426,350 received between 1984 and 1997 including awards from the National Science Foundation, National Geographic Society, USDA Forest Service, USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, (complete list available upon request); Selected as one of the “Twelve to Watch in Wichita 2007”; 1996, Honorary Member, Golden Key, Inducted at University of Mississippi,

Jeffrey Neely

Mr. Jeffrey Neely, Lecturer w/contingent, Department of English

Educational Background: M.A., 2006, University of South Florida; B.S, B.A., 1999, University of Florida

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: Summer 2010, Summer 2008, Instructor of Magazine and Feature Writing/Journalism, University of Florida; 2007-2010, Alumni Fellow Teaching Assistant, University of Florida

Awards and Grants: 2009, Best of the Web Competition, First place teaching website

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Dr. Todd LaMaskin, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and Geology

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2009, Univeristy of Oregon; M.S., 1995, University of New Mexico; B.S, 1992, Radford University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2010-2011, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin, Madison; 2000-2011, Principal Geologist, URS Corporation; 2008-2009, Instructor, Lane Community College

Awards and Grants: 2010, USGS, Porosities and Permeabilities of Mid-Continent Rift Sediments, $25,500; AAPG, Grant-in-Aid of Research, Robert K. Goldhammer Memorial Grant

Livingston Sheats

Mr. Livingston Sheats, Assistant Director Publishing Lab and Lecturer, Department of Creative Writing

Educational Background: M.P.S., 2008, The George Washington University; B.A., 2006, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2007-2011, Editorial Projects Manager, The National Academies Press; 2006-2007, Editorial Coordinator, The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Awards and Grants: 2009, Friends of DEPS Award

Lauren Squires

Ms. Lauren Squires, Lecturer w/contingent, Department of English

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2011, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; M.A., 2006, Linguistics, University of Virginia; B.A., 2003, American University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2008-2010, Instructor, University of Michigan
Matt Waldschlagel

Mr. Matt Waldschlagel, Lecturer, Philosophy and Religion

Educational Background: M.A., 1999, Kent State University; B.A., 1997, University of New Hampshire

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2005-2006Appointed Dean’s Graduate Instructor in Western Civilization; 2005-2011, Full Responsibility, Department of Philosophy, University of Kansas

Awards and Grants: 2005, Recipient of the highly competitive Carlin Graduate Teaching Assistant Award for excellence in teaching, University of Kansas

Anne Witt

Ms. Anne Witt, Lecturer Department of Environmental Studies

Educational Background: M.S., 2005, North Carolina State University; B.S., 1999, University of Mary Washington

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2005-2011, Tech Support Analyst, North Carolina Geological Survey; 2004-2005, Research Assistant, North Carolina State University

Awards and Grants: 2011, IUGS 50th Anniversary Essay Contest Winner; 2008, GSA Travel Grant-33rd International Geological Congress, Onslow, Norway; 2005, University Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, North Carolina State University

Cala Zubair

Ms. Cala Zubair, Lecturer w/contingent, Department of English

Educational Background: M.A., 2009, Georgetown University; B.A., 2004, Ohio Wesleyan University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2007-2008, Graduate Teaching Assistant, 2008-2010, “invited” Lecturer, Georgetown University

Awards and Grants: 2010, Wenner-Gren Dissertation Fieldwork Grant, $9,979 (declined); 2009, AISLS Dissertation Planning Grant, $5,000

COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Charles HardyDr. Charles Hardy, Dean, College of Health and Human Services and Professor w/tenure in the School of Health and Applied Human Sciences

Educational Background: Ph.D., 1983, Louisiana State University; M.S., 1980, University of Tennessee; B.S., 1978, East Carolina University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2006-2011, Founding Dean and Professor, Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health, Georgia Southern University; 2002-2005, Dean, Jack N. Averitt College of Graduate Studies, Georgia Southern University; 2001-2002, Associate Dean and Professor, College of Health and Human Sciences, Georgia Southern University; 1994-2001, Chair and Professor, Department of Health and Kinesiology, Georgia Southern University

Grants and Contracts: 2010, National Institutes of Health-National Center for Research Resources, $1,020,541(currently under review); 2007,International Chinese Statistical Association, $39,300 (funded and in progress); 2007, Phoebee Putney Memorial Hospital, $500,000(funded and in progress), 2007 International Chinese Statistical Association, $11,000 completed; 2006, Southwest Georgia Cancer Coalition, $18,900 completed

Jeanne Kemppainen

Dr. Jeanne K. Kemppainen, Belk Distinguished Professor (formerly professor, SON)

Educational Background: Ph.D., 1997,University of California; MSN, 1984, East Carolina University; B.S.N., 1962, Wayne State University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: Assistant Department Chair, 2009-2010, University of North Carolina Wilmington; Professor, 2006, University of North Carolina Wilmington; 2002-2006, Associate Professor, University of North Carolina Wilmington; Adjunct Clinical Faculty, 1996-2002, University of California San Francisco;

Awards and Grants: 2007, J. Richard Corbett Research Scholar Award, ($9,026), University of North Carolina Wilmington, School of Nursing; 2006 J. Richard Corbett Research Scholar Award, ($5,000), University of North Carolina Wilmington, School of Nursing; 2005, Charles L. Cahill Award for Faculty Research and Development, ($2,500), 2001, Kent Delventhal Research Grant, VA Sierra Pacific Nursing Research Consortium ($1,000);2000-2003, VA Merit Review funded through the National Institute of Aging ($750,000)

Lori Messinger

Dr. Lori Messinger, Professor w/tenure and Director, School of Social Work

Educational Background: Ph.D., 1999, M.S., 1996, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; M.A., 1993, B.A., 1990, Rutgers University;

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2007-2011, Associate Professor, School of Social Welfare,; 2004-2010, Director, BSW Program, 2004-2007, Assistant Professor, University of Kansas; 2002-2004, Assistant Professor, University of Alabama

Awards and Grants: 2010, Gene A. and Gretchen Budig Award in Social Welfare; 2008, W.T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence

CAMERON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Rebecca GuidiceDr. Rebecca Guidice, Assistant Professor, Department of Management

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2001, Washington State University; M.B.A, 1994, Eastern Washington University; B.A., 1990, Whitworth University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2004-2011, Assistant Professor, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; 2001-2004, Assistant Professor, University of Mississippi; 2001, Visiting Assistant Professor, Washington State University

Awards and Grants: 2010, Research Scholar, $5,000; 2008, 2007, UNLV College of Business Research Scholarship, $8,000

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Mr. Kevin Matthews, Lecturer, Department of Information Systems and Operations Management

Educational Background: M.S., 2008, University of North Carolina Wilmington; B.S., 2005, Methodist College

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2009-present, Adjunct Instructor, University of North Carolina Wilmington; 2006-2008, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Cameron School of Business, University of North Carolina Wilmington; 2006, Professional Tutor, Methodist College

Stephanie SmithDr. Stephanie Smith, Practitioner/Executive in Residence for Business and Diversity

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2010, University of Phoenix; MBA, 1992; Alabama A&M University; B.S., 1988, University of Louisville

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: ‘No Date’, Instructed over 300 city personnel on the use of 2 customized software packages for the acquisition of services and the tracking of designated business sectors; Facilitated quarterly professional development leadership forums for the professional development of middle management personnel; Trained departmental personnel for the participation on proposal review teams, for the acquisition of professional services; Trained company personnel in development of human resources policies and procedures

Fredrika SpencerDr. Fredrika Spencer, Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2010, Duke University; M.B.A, 2005, Wake Forest University; B.S., 2000, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: Spring 2010, Instructor, Wake Forest University; Summer 2008, Instructor, Duke University

Awards and Grants: ‘No Date’, Marketing Science Institute Competition Award, $5,000; 2005-2010, Duke University Graduate Fellowship Award

WATSON SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

Alicia BrophyDr. Alicia Brophy, Lecturer w/contingent, Department of Early Childhood and Special Education

Educational Background: M.Ed., 1998, B.S., 1997, Auburn University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2008-2011, Graduate Research Assistant, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; 2007-2008, Special Education Teacher, Cabarrus County Public Schools;

Kelly Riedinger

Dr. Kelly Riedinger, Assistant Professor, Department of Elementary, Middle Level, and Literacy Education

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2011, University of Maryland; M.S., 2004, Old Dominion University; B.A. 2002, Wittenberg University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2010-2011, Faculty Research Assistant, 2007-2010, Graduate Assistant, University of Maryland; 2005-2007, Middle School Science Teacher, Virginia Beach Public Schools; 2001-2003, Educator, Virginia Marine Science Museum

Awards and Grants: ‘No Dates’ Old Dominion National Prominence Fellowship; Wittenberg Science Teaching Careers Award; American Institute of Biological Sciences Applied Biology Award

Kenneth TeitelbaumDr. Kenneth Teitelbaum, Dean, Watson School of Education and Professor w/tenure in the Department of Instructional Technology, Foundations and Secondary Education

Educational Background: Ph.D., 1985, University of Wisconsin, Madison; M.A.T., 1974, Cornell University; B. A., 1971, New York University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2007-2011, Dean and Professor, Southern Illinois University; 2000-2007, Chair and Professor, Kent State University; 1988-2000, Associate Professor, Binghamton University

Awards and Grants: 2006, Phi Beta Delta Unit International Education Award; 2004, Certificate of Appreciation, International Students in Education, Kent State University; 1993, Continuing Faculty Development Award; $750

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Dr. Allison Walker, Assistant Professor, Department of Early Childhood and Special Education

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2007, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; M.Ed., 2000, B.S., 1999, University of Maryland College Park

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2008-2011, Assistant Professor, Temple University; 2007-2008, Assistant Professor, Towson University

Awards and Grants: 2009, Temple University Grant-In-Aid Award, $2,885

CENTER FOR MARINE SCIENCE

No Image AvailableDr. Jennifer Rettew McCall, Assistant Professor/Visiting Research

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2010, University of North Carolina Charlotte; M.S., 2008, University of North Carolina Charlotte; B.S. 2003, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2005-2009, Laboratory Instructor; 2003-2005Laboratory Instructor, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Awards and Grants: 2003, Commendation for Undergraduate Research in Biology, UNC-Chapel Hill; 2005, Internal Osprey Foundation award; 2007, Graduate Assistant Excellence in Teaching Award in Mathematics and Sciences, UNC-Charlotte; 2008, New Investigator Award for Excellent Poster Presentation, OSSD annual meeting; 2009, Presentation Excellence Award, 9th Annual Graduate Research Forum, UNC-Charlotte; 2009-2010, Lucille P. and Edward C. Giles Foundation Fellowship, Graduate School Dissertation Year Scholarship, UNC-Charlotte

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Dr. Elizabeth Skellam, Assistant Professor/Visiting Research

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2008, University of Bristol

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2009-present, Technical Author, Research Experience;

Awards and Grants: 2008, Alumni Foundation Bursary, University of Bristol; 2008, Selection for John Innes Centre Microbiology Summer School (Croatia); 2004, Erasmus Bursary (Portugal; 2004, Nuffield Research Bursary (University of Wales Swansea; 2003, Charles Shoppee Prize, (University of Wales Swansea; 2002, R.H. Davies Prize, (University of Wales Swansea); 2001, School of Chemistry Scholarship (University of Wales Swansea)

No Image AvailableDr. Amy J. Wagner, Assistant Professor/Visiting Research

Educational Background: Ph.D., 2009, Texas A&M University; 2002, M.S., Texas A&M University; B.S. 1998, Texas A&M University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experience: 2011, Lecturer, Appalachian State University; 2010 Guest Lecturer, ATOC 6020, University of Colorado at Boulder; 2010, Guest Lecturer, NASA Summer of Innovation, University of Wyoming; 2010, Lecturer, University of Colorado at Boulder; Guest Lecturer, 2008, OCNG 630, Texas A&M University; Teaching Assistant, 200-2002/2008, Texas A&M University

Awards and Grants: 2009, National Centre of Competence participant; 2007, National Sea Grant Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship; 2004-2007, Department of Energy Global Change Education Program, Graduate Research Environmental Fellowship; 2003-2004, Louis an Elizabeth Scherek Endowed Scholarship

RANDALL LIBRARY

J. Wilson WhiteMs. Lisa Coats: First Year Engagement Librarian and Lecturer, William Madison Randall Library

Educational Background: MLIS, 2004, Rutgers State University; M.A., 1998, Virginia Commonwealth University; B.A., 1991, Temple University

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2006-2011 Reference and Instruction Librarian, Monmouth University; 2009-2010, Part-time Lecturer, Rutgers University

Eric SchuettpelzMs. Melissa Raymer: Distance Learning Service Librarian and Lecturer, William Madison Randall Library

Educational Background: M.S., 2006, North Carolina Central University; B.A., 2000, University of North Carolina Wilmington

Teaching and Other Vocational Experiences: 2007-2011, Public Services Librarian, Cape Fear Community College; 2002-2007, Federal and Maps Library Assistant, Duke University

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