MARIE THERESE CHAMPAGNE , Ph.D., Louisiana State University. Assistant Professor, Department of History.
ATHENA DU PRE, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, Health Communications; Department of Communication Arts.
ROSALIND FISHER, M.S., Southern Illinois University; M.A. University of Kansas; Instructor, Department of Anthropology.
SUSAN W. HARRELL, J.D., Samford University, Cumberland School of Law; Administration and Justice Studies Program. Coordinator, Legal Administration Program.
ROSEMARY HAYS-THOMAS, Ph.D., University of Illinois, Social Psychology; Department of Psychology. Coordinator, Industrial/Organizational Psychology Program.
MAMIE HIXON, M.A., University of West Florida, English Composition; Department of English and Foreign Languages. Director, Writing Lab.
SAM MATHEWS, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, Educational Psychology; Department of Psychology.
DIANA PAGE, Ed. D., Florida State University, Management; Department of Management/MIS.
ROBERT PHILEN, Ph.D., Cornell University, MA University of Georgia, Assoc. Professor Anthropology.
NICHOLAS POWER, Ph.D., Temple University, MA Temple University, Assoc. Professor and Chair Philosophy and Religious Studies.
TERRY PREWITT, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, Anthropology and Critical Theory; Department of Sociology. Executive Director, Semiotic Society of America.
KATHERINE ROMACK, Ph.D., Syracuse University, Renaissance Literature. Department of English and Foreign Languages.
SHERRY SCHNEIDER, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles, Assistant Professor, Psychology.
LINDA TIBBITS, M.A., Indiana University. Clinical Professor; Department of Nursing.
GREGORY TOMSO , Ph.D., Duke University. Department of English and Foreign Languages. Associate Director, Honors Program.
SUSAN WALCH , Ph.D., Medical College of Pennsylvania and Hahnemann University. Associate Professor. Department of Psychology.
JUNE WATKINS, M.A., Claremont Graduate University, Religion. M.A., UWF, Interdisciplinary Humanities. Director of Women's Studies, Program Coordinator, Language and Culture Institute.