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Suzette R. McElveen

Part-Time Instructor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 109K
Phone: 843-661-1624
smcelveen@fmarion.edu

Meagan Hruska

Part-Time Instructor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 109K
Phone: 843-661-1624
mhruska@fmarion.edu

Dr. Joel Heffler

Part-Time Lecturer in Psychology

Office: CEMC 109K
Phone: 843-661-1624
jheffler@fmarion.edu

Bianca Jardin

Part-Time Instructor of Psychology

Office: CEMC
Phone: 843-661-1624
bjardin@fmarion.edu

Dr. Bob Bridger

Professor Emeritus

Robert C. “Bob” Bridger completed his undergraduate degree at Coastal Carolina University in 1994 and his doctoral studies at The University of Georgia in 1999. He holds a Level III certification as a school psychologist through the SC Department of Education and is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. His current interest include cross battery and […]

Dr. Jesse J. “Mike” Jordan

Professor Emeritus

Dr. Mike Jordan is a Professor Emeritus after serving on the FMU faculty from 1972—2011.  He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at Georgia State College in 1968, his Master of Arts degree in 1970 and his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Social Psychology in 1972 from Georgia State University. Currently, Dr. Jordan […]

Dr. Tom Dorsel

Professor Emeritus

Dr. Tom Dorsel is a licensed clinical psychologist and Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Francis Marion University in Florence, SC.  A former President of the South Carolina Psychological Association, he received B.A., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in psychology from the Universities of Notre Dame, Kentucky, and New Mexico, respectively. He also completed post-doctoral training in clinical psychology at the University […]

Dr. John Hester

Professor Emeritus

Dr. John R. Hester, after serving FMC/FMU from 1980 to 2015, is now Professor Emeritus.  During his 35 years Dr. Hester served in various capacities to include:  Professor, Department Chair (1998-2013), Coordinator/Director of School Psychology (1990-1997), Founding Director of the Richardson Center for the Child, Associate Provost and Director of Graduate Programs.   Dr. Hester […]

Natalie Bruick

- Part-time Instructor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 109-K
Phone: 843-661-1624
nbruick@fmarion.edu

Dr. Susan Astary

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 236 B
Phone: 843-661-1636
sastary@fmarion.edu

Dr. Megan Haggard

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 109E
Phone: 843-661-4685
mhaggard@fmarion.edu

Charlotte Stephens

Senior Administrative Assistant - Psychology

Office: CEMC 109-H
Phone: 843-661-1641
cstephens@fmarion.edu

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