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Dr. William T. Daniel

Assistant Professor of Political Science
Co-Coordinator of International Programs

Office: FH 134
Phone: 843-661-1613

Cathy Daniels


Office: FM/CP
Phone: 843-661-1103

David Lee Daugherty

Director of Alumni Affairs and Annual Giving

Office: EFB 103
Phone: 843-661-1228

Dr. Fred David

Transouth Professor of Strategic Planning, Professor of Business Administration

Office: FH 261
Phone: 843-661-1431

Doug Davis

Craftsman - Plumber

Office: WHSE
Phone: 843-661-1150

Kim Davis

Executive Assistant to the President

Office: SAB 110
Phone: 843-661-1210

Ralph Davis

Director of Facilities Management


Stacie Davis

Media Production Technician

Office: CEMC 105
Phone: 843-661-1687

Whitney Rhoad Davis

Instructor of Music

Office: PAC A211
Phone: 843-661-1595

Dr. E. Lorraine de Montluzin

Faculty Emeritus

E. Lorraine de Montluzin, Ph.D.: 18th- and 19th-Century Great Britain, Medieval Europe. FMU Distinguished Professor

Jeffrey A. DeLung

Special Projects Coordinator NESA

Office: EFB 114
Phone: 843-661-4669

Dr. Paul V. DeMarco

University Physician and Medical Director of the Physician Assistant Program

Office: CCHS 359C
Phone: 843-661-1413

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No giant lecture halls here. We keep class sizes small and the crowds thin at FMU because that’s the environment that best facilitates learning. A 15:1 student-professor ratio, and right about 4,000 students sound like “just right” numbers to us.


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