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Supporting Faculty

Dr. Nadya Popov (Professor of History)

Nadejda Popov

Nadejda Popov

 

Phone: 678-839-5370 | Fax: 678-839-4160

Email:  npopov@westga.edu

Office: 


    Dr. Chad Davidson (Professor of English Studies)

    Chad Davidson

    Chad Davidson, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor of English

    Phone: 678-839-4865 | Fax: 678-839-4849

    Email:  davidson@westga.edu

    Office: Technology Learning Center 2236

    Hours: TR 2:00-4:00 pm; W 11:00-2:00 pm; and by appointment


    Education/Degrees

    • B.A., English, California State University at San Bernardino, 1993
    • M.A., English, University of North Texas, 1997
    • Ph.D., English, Binghamton University, 2003

    Selected Publications

    Dr. Daniel Williams (Professor of History)

    Daniel Williams

    Daniel Williams

     

    Phone: 678-839-6046 | Fax: 678-839-4160

    Email:  dkwillia@westga.edu

    Office: 


      Dr. Julia Farmer (Professor of Spanish Studies)

      Julia Farmer

      Julia Farmer

       

      Phone: 678-839-5954 | Fax: 678-839-5931

      Email:  jfarmer@westga.edu

      Office: Cobb Hall


        Dr. Lori Wilson Snaith (Professor of English Studies)

        Lori Wilson Snaith

        Lori Wilson Snaith, Ph.D.

        Senior Lecturer in English

        Phone: 678-839-4873 | Fax: 678-839-4849

        Email:  lsnaith@westga.edu

        Office: Pafford Building 323

        Hours: M-Th 8:30-9:30 a.m.
        Tu 11:15-12:15 p.m.
        Writing Center: M, Tu 2:00-3:30


        Education/Degrees

        • Ph.D., Interdisciplinary Studies: English, American Culture, Religious Studies, Union Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2008

        Selected Publications

        Dr. Louis Howe (Professor of Political Science)

        Louis Howe

        Louis Howe

         

        Phone: 678-839-4996 | Fax: 678-839-5009

        Email:  lhowe@westga.edu

        Office:  Pafford 134

          Biography

          Dr. Howe teaches political and organizational theory and American political thought courses. He has recently had an article published in Administrative Theory and Praxis, entitled “Civil Service Reform and the Political Culture of Governmentality: Massachusetts 1952 - 1981,” as well as a second article, “Mourning Democracy and Administering the Future: Lessons from Wallace Shawn's The Designated Mourner” to be published in the journal, Administration & Society.


           

          Dr. Maria Doyle (Professor of English Studies)

          Maria Doyle

          Maria Doyle, Ph.D.

          Associate Professor

          Phone: 678-839-4853 | Fax: 678-839-4849

          Email:  mdoyle@westga.edu

          Office: Technology Learning Center 2248

          Hours: MW 12-1:30 and by appointment

          Dr. Mark Tietjen (Professor of Philosophy)

          Mark Tietjen

          Mark Tietjen, Ph.D.

           

          Phone: 678-839-6294 | Fax: 678-839-4849

          Email:  mtietjen@westga.edu

          Office: 


          Dr. Meg Pearson (Professor of English Studies)

          Meg Pearson

          Meg Pearson, Ph.D.

          Associate Professor

          Phone: 678-839-4892 | Fax: 678-839-4849

          Email:  megp@westga.edu

          Office: Technology Learning Center 2240

          Hours: M, 2-5 pm; TR 2-4 pm, also by appointment


          Education/Degrees

          • B.A., English, University of Georgia, 1996
          • M.A., English Language & Literature, University of Maryland, 2001
          • Ph.D., English Language & Literature, University of Maryland, 2006

          Dr. Robert Kilpatrick (Professor of French Studies)

          Robert Kilpatrick

          Robert Kilpatrick

           

          Phone: 678-839-5960 | Fax: 678-839-5931

          Email:  rkilpatr@westga.edu

          Office: Cobb Hall


            Dr. Robert Schaefer (Professor of Political Science)

            Robert Schaefer

            Robert Schaefer

            Chair of the Department of Political Science

            Phone: 678-839-6504 | Fax: 678-839-5009

            Email:  rschaefe@westga.edu

            Office: Pafford 140

              Biography

              Dr. Schaefer teaches courses in American government including the Presidency, American Political Organizations, and State & Local Politics. His areas of interest also include state constitutions, Cuba, and Shakespeare. The fifth edition of his American Political Rhetoric was recently published.


              Dr. Rita Tekippe (Professor of Art History)

                Rita Tekippe

              Rita Tekippe

              Professor of Art History

              Phone: 678-839-4953 | Fax: 678-839-4961

              Email:  rtekippe@westga.edu

              Office: Humanities