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Dr. Gerald W. Long

Professor of Biology, Coordinator of Forest Resources Cooperative Program

Office: LSF 204A
Phone: 843-661-1389

Travis W. Knowles

Associate Professor of Biology, Director of Wildsumaco Biological Station

Office: MSB 201H
Phone: 843-661-1408

Dr. Peter D. King

University Provost, Dean of the Francis Marion College of Liberal Arts, Professor of Biology, James K. Konduros Professor of Leadership

Office: SAB 115
Phone: 843-661-1286

Dr. Erin M. Eaton

Associate Professor of Biology, Co-coordinator of Pre-Medical Program

Office: LSF 204F
Phone: 843-661-1627

Angela C. Cantey

Administrative Assistant - Biology

Office: LSF 204
Phone: 843-661-1382

Dr. Jeffrey D. Camper

Professor of Biology, Coordinator of Wildlife and Fisheries Cooperative Program

Office: LSF 204E
Phone: 843-661-1418

Dr. Vernon W. Bauer

Chair, Department of Biology, Professor of Biology, Co-coordinator of Pre-Medical Program

Office: LSF 204G
Phone: 843-661-1409

Dr. Tamatha R. Barbeau

Associate Professor of Biology, Coordinator of Pre-Veterinary Program

Office: MSB 301H
Phone: 843-661-4651

Dr. Ann M. Stoeckmann

Professor of Biology, Coordinator of Biology Secondary Education Option

Office: LSF 204C
Phone: 843-661-1388

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