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Emeriti Faculty

The emeritus or emerita rank is conferred only when a retired faculty colleague, in the judgment of the appropriate administrators, has a history of exemplary service to the College of Charleston. An emeritus or emerita title is used in association with the faculty rank held by the faculty colleague at the time of retirement (e.g., “Associate Professor Emerita” or “Librarian III Emeritus”). The College of Charleston may choose to extend special benefits to retired faculty to whom the emeritus or emerita rank has been granted. Upon application, emeriti faculty will be issued an identification card that will allow them access to the benefits of active faculty in accordance with all College policies: e-mail and professional web site usage; the use of libraries and gyms; admission to athletic contests, artistic performances, lectures and College-wide social events. Emeriti faculty may also continue to use the College as an agent for external grant applications.

Nominations

Following retirement, an instructional faculty member or librarian may be nominated by a Department Chair or the Dean of the Library (or equivalent administrator) for the “Emeritus” or “Emerita” title. “Emeritus” or “Emerita” appointments must be approved by the appropriate Academic Dean and the Provost. The names of emeriti faculty will be included in the appropriate directories. 


Emeriti Faculty

Updated April 2017

Paul E. Allen
James P. Anderson
Robert L. Anderson
William D. Anderson
Franklin B. Ashley
Gary L. Asleson
Alpha Bah
Susan E. Balinsky
Virginia Bartel
Jack Bass
Charles F. Beam, Jr.
Virginia R. Benmaman
Karen Berg
Charles K. Biernbaum
Gerard J. Boetje
Mary G. Boyd
James Carew
Larry A. Carlson
Malcolm C. Clark
Jane Clary
Edward M. Collins
Eugenie G. Comer
Clarence M. Condon, III
Dana A. Cope
Margaret Cormack
Frank Cossa
Frances H. Courson
Charles R. Crosby
Robert L. Cross
Sara C. Davis
Beverly E. J. Diamond
Marion T. Doig, III
Henry Donato, Jr.
Donald M. Drost
Robert J. Dukes, Jr.
Linda C. Edwards
Edith Ellis
José Escobar
Herbert Espinoza
J. Frederick Ettline
Jo Ann G. Ewalt
Gary C. Faber
Arthur A. Felts
Marie Ferrara
Conrad D. Festa
Linda H. Fitzharris
Jeffrey A. Foster
Robert R. Foster
Robert Fowler
Harry W. Freeman
Sylvia Gamboa
Tessa Garton
G. David Gentry
Thomas Gilson
Richard N. Godsen
Dennis M. Goldsberry
William Golightly
Raisa Gomer
William Gudger
Susan P. Gurganus
George E. Haborak
David H. Hall
B. Jean Hamilton
Mary K. Haney
Gary Harrison
Joseph M. Harrison
Marsha E. Hass
W. Hugh Haynsworth
Rebecca B. Herring
Samuel M. Hines, Jr.
Paul W. Holmes
Christine A. Hope
George W. Hopkins
Brad R. Huber
Bishop Hunt
Caroline Hunt
Candace L. Jaruszewicz
Jeffrey L. Johnson
Gordon Jones
Mary Blake Jones
Wayne Jordan
Elise B. Jorgens
Paul E. Jursa
Charles Kaiser
Michael Katuna
Max D. Kennedy
Stuart E. Knee
David Kowal
William R. Kubinec
Thomas D. Langley
Edward J. Lawton
Glenn Lesses
Andrew Lewis
William A. Lindstrom
Thomas D. Livingston
Cynthia J. Lowenthal
Carla L. Lowrey
Allen Lyndrup
David S. Mann
Michael M. Marcell
Elizabeth Martin
Charles E. Matthews
David Maves
Kim May
Peter McCandless
A. Jane McCollough
Arthur W. McDonald
Katherine B. McIntosh
Lawrence L. McNitt
Clyde R. Metz
John N. Michel
Deborah Miller
Laney R. Mills
Michael Morgan
J. Franklin Morris
Susan J. Morrison
Nan D. Morrison
Duncan R. Munro
Paul T. Nelson
Robert Neville
John Newell
Robert Norton
Robert L. Nusbaum
John Olbrych
David W. Owens
Jack D. Parson
Frank T. Petrusak
Walter M. Pharr, Jr.
Phillip P. Powell
Sandra M. Powers
Susan Prazak
Norris W. Preyer
Emily H. Remington
Earl M. Rickerson
Alexander W. Ritchie
Mary W. Rivers
James V. Robinson
Robert W. Rouse
Rose H. Rowland
Howard F. Rudd, Jr.
Martha W. Runey
Georgia T. Schlau
Gregory Schmitt
Norbert Sclippa
Sheila L. Seaman
Herb Silverman
Lawrence J. Simms
James W. Smiley
Kay H. Smith
James F. Snyder
Theodore S. Stern
Faye Steuer
Pamela C. Tisdale
Robert E. Tournier
Jung-Fang Tsai
Godwin O. Uwah
J. Fred Watts
Hugh T. Wilder
James B. Wilkinson
E. Paige Wisotzki
Perry Woodside
Peter H. Yaun