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Dr. Will Wattles

Chair, Department of Psychology, Walter D. Smith Professor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 109-G
Phone: 843-661-1639

Dr. Sophia D. Waymyers

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Office: LSF 409G
Phone: 843-661-1587

Megan S. Wayne

Instructor of Nursing

Office: LNB 120
Phone: 843-661-1690

Dorie Weaver

Instructor of Nursing

Office: LNB 110
Phone: 843-661-1692

Rebecca Weaver

Assistant Tennis Camp

Office: UC 202
Phone: 843-661-1240

Joey Webster

Administrative Assistant - Housing Office

Office: HO
Phone: 843-661-1330

Savanah Webster

Part-time Assistant Softball Coach

Office: UC 234
Phone: 843-661-4623

R. Thomas Welch

Assistant Vice President of Financial Services

Office: SAB 107
Phone: 843-661-1136

Stephen Welch

Temporary Part-time Instructor of Biology

Office: SciSouth
Phone: 843-679-5353

Dr. Lance Weldy

Associate Professor of English

Office: FH 103
Phone: 843-661-1513

Matthew Wentzel

Police Officer

Office: Campus Police
Phone: 843-661-1109

Dr. Peter Whelan

Office: FH 120
Phone: 843-661-1512

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