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Elizabeth McCarley

Senior Administrative Assistant- Departments of Honors, Mass Communication and Modern Languages

Office: CEMC 112
Phone: 843-661-1605

Martha McCarley

Temporary Clinical Administrative Assistant PA Studies

Office: CCHS 347
Phone: 843-661-1423

Matt McColl

Director of Media Relations

Office: SAB 101
Phone: 843-661-1227

Maria McCormick

Administrative Assistant -Mathematics

Office: LSF 409Y
Phone: 843-661-1589

Kathy McCoy

Instructor of Mathematics, Coordinator of the Self-Paced Mathematics Program

Office: LSF 409I
Phone: 843-661-1578

Dr. Kimberly McCuiston

Assistant Professor of Education, Co-Coordinator of the Elementary and Middle Level Education Programs, Co-Coordinator of Teacher Cadets

Office: CEMC 237
Phone: 843-661-1462

Dr. Larry J. McCumber

Emeritus Faculty of Biology

Years at FMU: 1982-2015  

Dr. Jessica McCutcheon

Assistant Professor of chemistry

Office: LSF 303A
Phone: 843-661-1715

Dr. Jordan D. McDonnell

Assistant Professor of Physics

Office: LSF 103I
Phone: 843-661-1580

Teresa McDuffie

Network Administrator

Office: SACC 108E
Phone: 843-661-1339

Dava McElveen

Data Coordinator

Office: SAB 113
Phone: 843-661-1233

Bonita McFadden

Administrative Associate for the Department of Nursing

Office: LNB 120
Phone: 843-661-1690

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