Name Department/Office PBK Institution
Kathleen Allen Education  Tennessee
Erik A. Anderson Philosophy  Puget Sound
John J. Banisaukas Chemistry  Furman
John P. Barrington History  William and Mary
Linda B. Bartlett Modern Languages & Literatures  Wake Forest
Bryan D. Bibb Religion  Furman 
Kerstin Blomquist Psychology  Wellesley
Elizabeth L. Bouzarth Mathematics  Dickinson
Amy Boyter Center for Teaching & Learning  Furman
Michael L. Bressler Politial Science  Ohio State
Nathan Brown Modern Languages & Literatures  Furman
Anna Cass Health Sciences  Furman
Nathan Cook Economics  Denison
Susan S. D’Amato Physics  Furman 
Mary E. Fairbairn Library  Occidental
Tim G. Fehler History  Baylor
Barbara Foltz Center for Academic Success  Colorado
Allison Foy Development  Furman
Paula S. Gabbert Computer Science, Associate Academic Dean  Goucher
Erik Grell Modern Languages & Literatures  St. Olaf
James L. Guth Political Science  Wisconsin*
Erin Hahn Psychology  Carnegie Mellon
Glen Halva-Neubauer Political Science  Iowa
John M. Harris Mathematics  Furman
Christopher A. Healy Computer Science  Florida State
A. Scott Henderson Education  Florida State
Eli Hestermann Biology  Purdue
Brandon M. Inabinet Communication Studies  Furman
Hilary Kalisman History  Brown
Lon B. Knight Chemistry  Florida*
Robin Kowalski Psychology  Furman
Nick Kuklinski Chemistry  North Carolina State
Gregory P. Lewis Biology  Furman 
Thomas M. Lewis Mathematics  Marquette
Kyle Longest Sociology  Indiana
Angelica Lozano-Alonso Modern Languages & Literatures  Colorado
Ross Muller  Furman
Jeffery T. Petty Chemistry  Furman 
Donald E. Pierce Institutional Assessment & Research  West Virginia
A. Joseph Pollard II Biology  Duke  
Beth Pontari Psychology  Colgate
Douglas F. Rall Mathematics  Iowa
Alison M. Roark Biology  Virginia
Patricia P. Sasser Library  American
Leigh Savage Riley Institute  Furman
Nancy L. Shell Mathematics  Furman 
David E. Shi History  Furman 
Brian V. Siegel Religion  Wisconsin
Elizabeth S. Smith Political Science  North Carolina
Mark Stone Philosophy  Furman
Benjamin W. Storey Political Science  North Carolina
Jenna Storey Political Science  Boston University
Suzanne B. Summers Business & Accounting  South Carolina
Aristide F. Tessitore Political Science  Furman
Joni Tevis English  Florida State
Adam Thomas Political Science  Furman
Kevin S. Treu Computer Science  Allegheny
J. David Turner Physics  Wake Forest
C. Danielle Vinson Political Science  Furman 
Paul Wagenknecht Chemistry  Furman
Carolyn J. Watson Art  North Carolina
Mike Winiski Center for Teaching & Learning  Furman
Andrea Wright Library  Furman


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