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SVCC Catalog/Handbook 2017-2018

184 Southside Virginia

184 Southside Virginia Community College Fisher, Karen W. (2007) Instructor of Biological Sciences; B.S., Virginia Commonwealth University; M.S., Longwood University. Freeman, Sharon P. (2001) Associate Professor of English; B.S., M.S.A., & Certification, Longwood University. Gadiyaram, Pardha S. (1984) Associate Professor of Mathematics/Physics; B.S., SSN College; M.S., Andhra University; M.S., North Carolina State University. George, Rufus B. (1979) Associate Professor of Human Services; B.S. and M.A., University of Virginia. George, Teresa G. (2011) Associate Professor of Psychology/Sociology; A.A.S., Southside Virginia Community College; B.S. and M.S. (2), Longwood University. Hays, John A. (2006) Instructor of Psychology; B.A., Case Western Reserve University; M.S., Yorktown State University. Henderson, Patricia D. (1990) Professor of Accounting & Economics; B.S., Virginia Tech; M.B.A., Virginia Commonwealth University; Certified Public Accountant. Hicks, Russell A. (2008) Instructor of Diesel Technology; Certificate In Diesel Technology, Southside Virginia Community College. Hines-Bentley, Stacy N. (2005) Professor of Practical Nursing; B.S.N., University of Virginia, M.S.N., Old Dominion University. Hopkins, Karen G. (2009) Assistant Professor of Associate Degree Nursing; B.S.N., Virginia Commonwealth University; M.S.N., Old Dominion University. Horne, Sarah E. (2012) Professor of English; B.A., Longwood University; M.A., Longwood University; Ed.S. and Ed.D., Liberty University Jackson, Leslie M. (2012) Assistant Professor of Associate Degree Nursing; B.S., Western Governor’s University; M.S., Western Governor’s University. Jones, Crystal (1999) Associate Professor of Administrative Support Technology/Information Systems Technology; A.A.S., Southside Virginia Community College; B.S., Longwood University; M.Ed., Virginia State University. Jordan, Lisa V. (2013) Assistant Professor of History; B.A., Virginia Commonwealth University; M.S., Virginia Commonwealth University. Kemerer, Douglas E. (2009) Assistant Professor of Truck Driving Training; B.S., Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Kendall-Maxey, Shayna A. (2013) Assistant Professor of Mathematics; B.S., Tennessee State University; M.S., Tennessee State University. LaPrade, Kelley B. (2004) Associate Professor of Information Technology; B.S., Old Dominion University; M.S., Old Dominion University. Lester, Bobby C. (2011) Instructor of Emergency Medical Technician; A.A.S., Southside Virginia Community College; B.S., Old Dominion University. Lowery-Carter, Christy R. (2006) Professor of Mathematics; B.S. and M.A.T., Averett University; Ed.S. and Ed.D., Liberty University. Lyles, Arthur R. (2005) Instructor of Emergency Medical Technician; Certificate, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College. Holds certifications in Hazardous Materials and Fire Science; National Association of EMTs: Instructor in Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support and Instructor in Pediatric Emergency Care; Commonwealth of Virginia: Emergency Medical Technician Basic Instructor; American Heart Association: Instructor in Advanced Cardiac Life Support. McGraw, William H. (2011) Assistant Professor of Diesel Technology; A.A.S., Southside Virginia Community College Milroy, Teresa L. (2006) Assistant Professor of History/ Political Science; B.A., Southern Methodist University; M.S., California State University. Moore, Leigh W. (2002) Associate Professor of Associate Degree Nursing; L.P.N., Greensville Memorial Hospital; A.A.S., Halifax Community College; B.S.N. and M.S.N., Old Dominion University.

Noblin, Emily M. (2007) Assistant Professor of Psychology; B.S., University of Richmond; M.S., Longwood College; Ed.S., James Madison University. Omick, Felicia V. (2001) Associate Professor of Associate Degree Nursing; B.S.N., Virginia Commonwealth University; M.S.N., Old Dominion University. Parenti, Jeremy M. (2017) Assistant Professor of Automotive Technology; Holds National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence Certifications in: ASE- Master Medium/Heavy Duty Truck Technician, Master Automotive Technician, Advanced Level Specialist Quicke, Courtney D. (1996) Assistant Professor of Truck Driving Training. Reed, Martha B. (1993) Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences; B.A., Randolph-Macon Woman’s College; M.S., Virginia Tech. Richey, Brent E. (1991) Associate Professor of Mathematics; B.S., Liberty University; M.S., Virginia Commonwealth University. Scales, Thomas R. (2004) Associate Professor of Economics/Business; B.S., Virginia Tech; M.A., University of North Carolina, Greensboro. Seward, Alfonzo R. (2015) Associate Professor of Administration of Justice/Lead Instructor; B.S., Saint Paul’s College; M.S. University of Cincinnati. Tuck, Joan (1998) Professor of Information Systems Technology; B.S., Averett College; M.B.A., Lynchburg College. Vance, Jeffrey T. (2013) Instructor of Welding; Welding Career Studies Certification, Southside Virginia Community College. Walker, Stephen D. (2003) Assistant Professor of History; A.A.S., Southside Virginia Community College; B.A., Longwood University; M.A., Virginia Commonwealth University. Wells, Katrina C. (2006) Professor of Certified Nurse Aide; R.N., Richmond Memorial School of Nursing; B.S.N., Liberty University; M.S.N., Old Dominion University. Whaley, Douglas E. (1996) Associate Professor of Administration of Justice; A.A.S., Southside Virginia Community College; B.A., Longwood University; M.S., Virginia Commonwealth University. Wilkerson, James W. (2003) Associate Professor of Mathematics; A.A.S., Dabney S. Lancaster Community College; B.S., James Madison University; M.S., Old Dominion University. Wright, Thomas C. III (2003) Associate Professor of Information Systems Technology; A.A.S., Southside Virginia Community College; B.S., Longwood University; M.S., Virginia Commonwealth University. Slagle, Tiffany S. (2007) Instructor of Accounting; B.S., North Carolina Wesleyan College; M.A., College of William & Mary. Smith, Gunay (2001) Professor of Biological/Chemical Sciences; B.S., Robert College; M.S., Bogazici University; Ph.D., Cerrahpasa Medical School. Stinson, Charles M. (2000) Professor of Biology and Humanities; B.A., College of William and Mary; M. Div., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; M.S., Ph.D., University of Louisville. Talbott, Jonette I. (1993) Professor of Practical Nursing; R.N., Diploma, Danville Memorial Hospital School of Nursing; B.S.N., Virginia Commonwealth University Medical College of Virginia; M.S.N. Old Dominion University.

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    President’s Message “Education

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    Table of Contents GENERAL INFORMATI

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    General Information

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    Enrollment Information

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    Technology Fee A technology fee of

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    Student Development Services

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    All career and job information serv

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    Programs of Study 43 Programs of St

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    Programs of Study 59 ADMINISTRATION

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    CERTIFICATES Programs of Study 85

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    Description of Courses

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    career opportunities in the field.

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