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  • Christine Dalton

    Category: Chemistry and Biochemistry

    Position: Associate Professor of Chemistry

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3258

    Campus Box: 72037

    BA, Chemistry, Carson-Newman College, 1993

    Ph.D. Analytical Chemistry, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 2002

    Other experience: GS-07 chemist promoted to GS-09 and GS-11 chemist positions and temporarily detailed to GS-13 supervisory chemist position as Chief and Technical Manager of the Organic Chemistry Toxicology Division for the Department of Laboratory Sciences, USA-Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine-Europe, Landstuhl, Germany

    Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Graduate Research Fellow during graduate career

    Joined Carson Newman in 2003

    I teach the analytical chemistry courses – Quantitative Analysis and Instrumental Analysis along with their associated laboratory courses. I also teach General Chemistry I, General Chemistry I lab, and General Chemistry II for science majors, Excel for Scientists, and Inorganic Chemistry. I am in a consortium of analytical chemists funded by a National Science Foundation grant to develop a new set of curriculum materials for analytical chemistry using Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL). I have an active research group with both honors and non-honors students involved in undergraduate research projects ranging from analytical to environmental to inorganic. These students have had the opportunity to present their research findings at local (ACA-Summit), regional (SERMACS), and national chemistry conferences (ACS, Gordon Conference, and ASMS).

    My husband and I grew up in East Tennessee and are alumni of Carson-Newman. After living overseas for 4 years and in other states for 5 years, we were very happy to have the opportunity to return to our East Tennessee heritage and to be back at Carson-Newman. We are active members of a local church (Morningside Baptist of Morristown), and I am the advisor of Kappa Epsilon Mu (Chemistry Club) and co-advisor of the Panathenées chapter of Mortar Board.

  • Ray Dalton

    Category: Sociology and Human Services

    Position: Associate Professor

    Campus Phone: (865) 471-3307

    Campus Box: 72051

    Started at C-N in 1990. Associate Professor of Sociology.
    B.A., Carson-Newman College; M.Div., Th.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Tennessee.

  • Tina Dalton

    Category: Athletics

    Position: Assistant Coach - Cross Country

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3454

    Email: tmdalton@cn.edu

  • Bruce Davenport

    Category: Graduate Studies in Counseling

    Position: Adjunct Instructor

  • Valerie Day

    Category: Advancement

    Position: Vice President for Advancement

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3459

    Campus Box: 72017

    Email: vday@cn.edu

  • Brenda Dean , Ed.D.

    Category: Education, Undergraduate

    Position: Assistant Professor of Education

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3586

    Campus Box: 72013

    Email: bdean@cn.edu

    B.S., Tennessee Technological University

    M.S., University of Tennessee, Knoxville

    Ed.D., East Tennessee State University

  • Tammy DePietro

    Category: Financial Aid

    Position: Financial Aid Counselor

    Campus Phone: (800) 678-9061 or (865) 471-3247

    Email: financialaid@cn.edu

  • Pat Duda

    Category: Student Success Center

    Position: Coordinator of SNAP & Advising Counselor

    Campus Phone: 865-471-4808

    Email: pduda@cn.edu

  • Garret Duron

    Category: Student Chaplaincy Program

    Position: Heritage Hall Student Chaplain

    Email: gwduron@cn.edu

  • April Dye

    Category: Psychology

    Position: Assistant Professor of Psychology

    Campus Phone: 865-471-2086

    Campus Box: 71940

    B.A. University of Tennessee,M.A. Miami University of Ohio,Ph.D. Miami University of Ohio

    Dr. Dye is a social psychologist with special concentration in women's studies. She teaches in the areas of social psychology, personality and gender studies. Her research interest is in stereotyping, stigma, and identity development in regards to gender and Appalachian populations. Dr. Dye advises the psychology Honor Society, Psi Chi. In her free time you often find her at the ice skating rink with her synchronized skating team or teaching children to skate.

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