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Amber Bennett

Police Officer

Office: FM/CP
Phone: 843-661-1109

Isabel Berakis

Part-time Instructor of Spanish

Office: CEMC 113C
Phone: 843-661-1601

Angie Bessenger

Administrative Assistant - Inst Technology & Electronic Media Services

Office: CEMC 101
Phone: 843-661-1250

William Bessenger


Office: WHSE
Phone: 843-661-1150

D. Keith Best

Chair, Department of Fine Arts, Professor of Theatre Arts - Acting, Associate Dean of the College of Liberal Arts

Office: HFAC 102
Phone: 843-661-1549

Joseph K. Bethle

Clinical Coordinator and Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies

Office: CCHS 356
Phone: 843-661-1574

Caleb Bettis

Athletic Intern

Office: UC 234
Phone: 843-661-1240

Dean Blackburn

Director of University Center

Office: UC 214
Phone: 843-661-1189

Dr. J. Mark Blackwell

Associate Professor of Philosophy & Religious Studies
Director of International Programs

Office: FH 154

Mark Bluman

Men's and Women's Cross Country Coach, Athletics Department Business Manager

Office: UC 234
Phone: 843-661-1239

Dr. Patricia Boatwright

Assistant Professor of Education

Office: CEMC 238A
Phone: 843-661-1439

Reghan Boehmke

Head Athletic Trainer

Office: UC 234
Phone: 843-661-1358

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The liberal arts remain the foundation of a great education for all FMU students, but we’re developing high-caliber professional programs to meet the 21st century needs of both our students and our community.

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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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