ESS Faculty

School of Environmental Studies Core Faculty

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Hayden Mattingly, Professor
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(931) 372-6410

Expertise in freshwater fish and crayfish life history and ecology; conservation biology; endangered species management

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Tammy Boles, Assistant Professor
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(931) 372-6123
Prescott Hall (PRSC) 438Resume/CV

 

School of Environmental Studies Faculty Associates Committee

 

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Holly Anthony, Associate Professor, Mathematics Education
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(931) 372-3854
Bartoo Hall (BART) 205

Dr. Holly Anthony teaches math content courses (MATH 1410, MATH 1420) for preservice elementary teachers, and mathematics methods courses (SEED 4122, SEED 4422) for preservice secondary mathematics teachers. She also teaches graduate courses in curriculum and instruction, as well as qualitative research courses, program planning/evaluation, and STEM education courses in the doctoral program. She is the concentration leader for the STEM Education concentration in the Ph.D. in Exceptional Learning program.

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Michael Best, Professor of Agricultural Economics
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(931) 372-3154
South Hall (SOUT) 136 Webpage

Expertise in marketing, financial analysis of new enterprises, production of crops and livestock, high tunnel production of tomatoes, heirloom vegetables

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Jeffrey Boles, Chairman
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(931) 372-3421
Foster Hall (FOST) 219Resume/CV

Responsibilities: Chemistry Department Management/Leadership. Research with both undergraduates and graduate students (MS and PhD). Instruction and service both professionally and in the community.

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Kurt Eisen, Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
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(931) 372-3139
Henderson Hall (HEND) 204 C

 

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Dale Ensor, Professor of Chemistry Emeritus
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(931) 372-3493
Foster Hall (FOST) 125

 

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Dennis George, P.E., Director of the Center for the Management, Utilization and Protection of Water Resources; Interim Director of the School of Environmental Studies; Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
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(931) 372-3609
Prescott Hall (PRSC) 233

Expertise in natural and engineered systems for control of contaminants in the environment

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Peter Li, Professor of Geography
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(931) 372-3752
Kittrell Hall (KITT) 207 Webpage

Expertise in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) technology; environmental monitoring;  renewable resources, water quality, dam risk assessment

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Hayden Mattingly, Professor
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(931) 372-6410

Expertise in freshwater fish and crayfish life history and ecology; conservation biology; endangered species management

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Lachelle Norris, Professor of Sociology
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(931) 372-3437
Matthews Hall (MATT) 258

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Sally Pardue, Director Millard Oakley STEM Center, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
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(931) 372-3792
Ray Morris (RMH) 103

Random Vibrations, Modal Analysis, Non-destructive Evaluation (NDE), Machine Design

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Mark Stephens, Senior Associate Provost
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(931) 372-3224
Derryberry Hall (DBRY) 204

Dr. Stephens assists the Provost in accomplishing goals of the University's central academic division. He supervises Graduate Studies Administration and the operations of the International Education and Career Services Offices, along with the operation of the Appalachian Center for Craft. Dr. Stephens oversees the University's faculty development programs and Honors Program. 

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Lenly Weathers PE, Associate Professor
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(931) 372-6539
Prescott Hall (PRSC) 339

Expertise in fate and transport of pollutants in the environment; transformation of chlorinated compounds; oxidized metals and other pollutants in anaerobic environments in the presence of metallic iron

 

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