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  • Christina Hale

    Category: Orientation

    Position: Orientation Coordinator

    Email: cmhale@cn.edu


  • Chip Hall

    Category: Communication

    Position: Instructor of Communication Studies & Director of Forensics

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3443

    Campus Box: 71912

    M.A. University of West Florida

    B.A. Berry College

    Chip Hall joined the Carson-Newman faculty in 2005. His main interests in the communication discipline fall into the speech and rhetoric category. Besides teaching classes in the speech discipline, Chip coaches the school’s nationally competitive forensics team. Traveling around the country with some of the school’s most gifted students is rewarding for him and he enjoys the opportunity to teach and mentor in a one-on-one environment. Chip serves as the president of the Tennessee Intercollegiate Forensics Association and was recently elected to be a councilman at large by the National Forensics Association.


  • Jennifer W. Hall

    Category: English

    Position: Associate Professor of English

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3282

    Campus Box: 72059

    B.A., Carson-Newman College; M.A., Western Carolina University;

    Ph.D., University of Tennessee

    Specialties: Renaissance Literature, British Literature, Critical Theory, and Rhetoric & Composition


  • Angie Harrell

    Campus Phone: 471-7109


  • Mark Harrell

    Category: Music

    Position: Adjunct Instructor of Music - Horn

    Campus Phone: 865.471.3331

    Campus Box: 72048

    Mr. W. Mark Harrell is adjunct horn professor at Carson-Newman University. He is a seventh generation native of Anderson County in East Tennessee. After graduation from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 1988 with a degree in music performance, Mr. Harrell spent several years in Boston continuing his studies with Charles Kavalovski of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. While in New England he performed widely as an orchestral musician and also came in contact with the music of composers John Harbison in Boston and Chris DiBlasio in New York.

    As a composer Mr. Harrell is primarily self-taught, learning the craft of structure and orchestration from study and practical experience as an active performer. “The language of music is spoken most fluently by those composers who immerse themselves within it, the accent being developed by the composer as his alone. His voice must be comprehensible without being overly simplistic.” Mr. Harrell’s works have been performed widely by a variety of artists. Recent commissions and performances have been given by ensembles such as: Appalachian Ballet, Brasswind Quintet, Carson-Newman University Symphonic Band, East Tennessee State University Wind Ensemble, East Tennessee Youth Wind Ensemble, Knoxville Chamber Orchestra, Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, Mountain Empire Wind Ensemble, Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra, Olympia Symphony Orchestra, Partes Choir of Obninsk (Russia), Slovak State Philharmonic of Kosice (Slovakia), Tennessee Secondary Schools Band Directors Association.

    Mr. Harrell lives in Knoxville, Tennessee and serves as the third hornist with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Harrell holds a Tennessee teacher’s license and teaches instrumental music in the public schools of Sevier County. He has also taught at East Tennessee State University and Maryville College.


  • Ami Hartsock

    Category: Library

    Position: Interlibrary Loan Assistant and Reserves

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3337

    Email: ahartsock@cn.edu


  • Chad Hartsock

    Category: Religion, Undergraduate

    Position: Assistant Professor of Religion

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3275

    Campus Box: 71938

    Email: chartsock@cn.edu

    B.A., Carson-Newman College (1999)

    M.Div., George W. Truett Theological Seminary (2002)

    Ph.D., Baylor University (2007)

    Dr. Hartsock joined the faculty at Carson-Newman in 2008. He teaches primarily New Testament courses including the Parables of Jesus and Luke-Acts, along with Greek and Theological Research. Dr. Hartsock has served as a youth minister in various churches for ten years, and has served numerous churches in East Tennessee as a supply preacher. His wife, Ami, is also a CN graduate and works in the CN library. Their daughter, Kaylin, was born in March of 2011. Dr. Hartsock also officiates high school athletics in the East Tennessee region.


  • Jennifer Hartwig

    Campus Phone: 471-3302


  • Debbie Harvey

    Category: Safety & Security

    Position: Patrol Officer/Captain

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3349

    Campus Box: 71892

    Email: dharvey@cn.edu


  • Wayne Harvey

    Category: Athletics

    Position: Women's Soccer - Assistant Coach

    Campus Phone: 865-471-4822


  • Clark Hasler

    Category: Community Connections

    Position: Service Corps and Campus Outreach

    Email: cahasler@cn.edu


  • Kim Hawkins

    Category: Education, Undergraduate

    Position: Assistant Professor of Education; Director, Reading Specialist Program

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3314

    Campus Box: 72013

    Email: khawkins@cn.edu

    Dr. Hawkins is the director of the Reading Specialist Program and teaches the core literacy courses in this program. Additionally, she teaches middle school methods, K-6 literacy methods, and middle grades literacy methods. Her areas of interest include reading for pleasure and motivation to read.

    She is a licensed Reading Specialist and has taught in public schools in Tennessee and Texas. Her public school experience includes teaching in elementary, intermediate, and middle schools. She is a member of the International Reading Association, the Tennessee Reading Association, the Mossy Creek Literacy Council, and the Association for Middle Level Education.

    She enjoys reading young adult novels and spending time with her husband and two children.


  • Mel Hawkins

    Category: Counseling

    Position: Associate Professor of Counseling and Religion

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3246

    Campus Box: 71919

    Email: mhawkins@cn.edu

    Merrill Hawkins has been teaching at Carson-Newman since 1995 when he became a member of the Religion Faculty. In 2008, he became a member of the Graduate Counseling Program and developed the Spiritual Guidance and Care Track. After receiving a Ph.D. in Religion at Baylor University, Dr. Hawkins did postdoctoral work in Clinical Pastoral Education at the University of Tennessee Medical Center, as well as training in the integration of Carl Jung’s thought and Christian Spirituality. His wife, Kimberly, is a member of the School of Education Faculty at Carson-Newman College.


  • Merrill Hawkins , Ph.D.

    Category: The William Blevins Institute for Spirituality and Mental Health

    Position: Associate Professor of Counseling and Religion

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3246

    Campus Box: 71919

    Email: mhawkins@cn.edu

    Merrill Hawkins has been teaching at Carson-Newman since 1995 when he became a member of the Religion Faculty. In 2008, he became a member of the Graduate Counseling Program and developed the Spiritual Guidance and Care Track. After receiving a Ph.D. in Religion at Baylor University, Dr. Hawkins did postdoctoral work in Clinical Pastoral Education at the University of Tennessee Medical Center, as well as training in the integration of Carl Jung’s thought and Christian Spirituality. His wife, Kimberly, is a member of the School of Education Faculty at Carson-Newman College.


  • Wendy Hayes

    Category: Financial Assistance

    Position: Verification Coordinator

    Campus Phone: 471-3247

    Email: financialaid@cn.edu


  • Jon Heckart

    Category: Orientation

    Position: Orientation Leader

    Email: jonheckart@gmail.com


  • Corbin Hedges

    Category: C-N Club Soccer

    Position: Club Vice-President

    Email: cdhedges@cn.edu


  • Corbin Hedges

    Category: Orientation

    Position: Orientation Leader

    Email: cdhedges@cn.edu


  • Kathryn Heie

    Category: Meet your Admissions Staff

    Position: Student/Family Services Administrative Assistant

    Campus Phone: 865-471-4253

    Email: kheie@cn.edu

    Favorite TV Show: I don't really have a favorite TV show...I am a channel surfer!  However, my all-time favorite movie is The Birdcage.

    Favorite Food: The All American Hamburger with Warm Apple Crisp!

    Interesting Fact or Talent: I am from west Michigan (a northerner) and over the years I have owned and operated three different businesses (a bed and breakfast, gift and home decor store, and office supply store).  I am the biggest beach junkie!  I enjoy spending hours combing the beach for shells to support my favorite past time...shell art!  I am also a coquillage artist!

    If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go? I have been very fortunate to have had the opportunity to travel to some of my dream destinations (Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Greece and the Greek Islands, Turkey, Canada and many memorable trips to Mexico).  Next stop...Barcelona, Spain or the fabulous beaches of the French Polynesian.


  • Arlene Helms

    Category: Education, Undergraduate

    Position: Data Management Coordinator

    Campus Phone: 865-471-4831

    Campus Box: 72013

    Email: ahelms@cn.edu

    Mrs. Helms is the Data Management Coordinator for the Teacher Education Unit Assessment System. Her primary responsibility is maintaining the Assessment System database and generating appropriate reports as required by the unit head.

    Mrs. Helms is a native of West Virginia who lived in Florida and Virginia Beach before moving to Dandridge, TN with her husband. She has one son, Chip, who is a doctoral candidate at the University of Albany.


  • David G. Henderson

    Category: Maintenance

    Position: Maintenance - Carpenter and Campus Events Set-ups

    Campus Phone: 865 471-3352

    Campus Box: 71980


  • Diane Hendricks

    Category: Financial Assistance

    Position: Financial Assistance Counselor

    Campus Phone: 471-3247

    Email: financialaid@cn.edu


  • Jonathan Hendrickson

    Category: Orientation

    Position: Orientation Leader

    Email: jmhendrickson@cn.edu


  • Carolanne Henley

    Category: Health Pre-Professions

    Position: Academic Coordinator, Undergraduate Studies in Nursing

    Campus Phone: 865-471-4779

    Campus Box: 71883

    Email: chenley@cn.edu

    Carolanne Henley came to Carson-Newman in August of 2007 and currently serves as the Academic Coordinator for the Undergraduate Studies in Nursing. Ms. Henley teaches in the undergraduate program and serves on various committees for nursing and college campus. Her background experience is in nursing education college level, medical/surgical, emergency medicine, critical care and many years in management in the acute care setting. Ms. Henley earned her RN degree from a diploma program in England, and then immigrated to the United States. She earned her BSN degree from Oklahoma Baptist University, BS degree from Oklahoma City University and her MSN degree in Family Nurse Practitioner from East Tennessee State University. Ms. Henley is also very involved in mission work.


  • Abby Hensley

    Category: Orientation

    Position: Orientation Leader

    Email: alhensley@cn.edu


  • Melissa Hensley

    Category: Provost's Office

    Position: Administrative Assistant to the Associate Provost

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3471

    Email: mehensley@cn.edu


  • Blake Herring

    Category: Athletics

    Position: Pitching Coach - Baseball

    Campus Box: 471-3526

    Email: bherring@cn.edu


  • Carey Herring

    Category: Mathematics & Physics

    Position: Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus

    Carey R. Herring (C-N ‘65) retired in 2011 after teaching 44 years for the C-N Mathematics Department. Carey also spent the latter portion of his career serving as Dean of the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.


  • Clyde Herring

    Category: Business, Undergraduate

    Position: Professor of Accounting

    Campus Phone: (865) 471-3587

    Campus Box: 71887

    Email: ceherring@cn.edu

    Dr. Herring joined Carson-Newman University in July 2010. He previously was on the accounting faculty at Mississippi State University (MSU) for the past 23 ½ years where he held the Bill Simmons Teaching Fellow. During his tenure at MSU, Dr. Herring also served as the Interim Director of the Adkerson School of Accountancy in 2000 and again from 2006-2008.

    Dr. Herring received his Bachelor of Professional Accountancy in 1980 and Master of Professional Accountancy in 1981, both from MSU. After graduation, he began his career with Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. (now KPMG) in Nashville, TN. In 1984, he entered the PhD program at University of Alabama and received his doctorate in 1988.

    Dr. Herring has been very active in professional organizations. He served in various positions for the Mississippi Society of Certified Public Accountants (MSCPA); Awards, Education, and Scholarship Committee member for 23 years, Treasurer in 2001-2002, and Vice President/President/Past President from 2003-2006. From 2007-2010, Dr. Herring served a three-year term as an at-large board member. In 2001, he was recognized as the MSCPA Outstanding Educator for the state of Mississippi. Dr. Herring also served as a committee member, treasurer, vice president, and president of the local chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants.


  • Megan Herscher

    Campus Phone: 471-4217


  • Ricke Hester

    Category: Student Affairs

    Position: Director of the MSAC and Recreational Services

    Campus Phone: (865) 471-3345

    Email: rhester@cn.edu

    BA, Individual Directions with emphasis in Psychology, Carson-Newman College


  • Tammy Hickle , BS

    Category: Family and Consumer Sciences

    Position: Lead Teacher, CDL

    Campus Phone: (865) 471-3300

    Email: trhickle@cn.edu


  • Gail Hickman

    Campus Phone: 475-5032


  • James (Bean) D. Hickman

    Category: Maintenance

    Position: Maintenance - Air Condition & Heat

    Campus Phone: 865 471-3521

    Campus Box: 71980


  • Linda High

    Category: Counseling

    Position: Adjunct Professor of Counseling

    Linda High is a native of Jefferson City and a graduate of Carson-Newman. She lived for many years in Washington, DC. She graduated from the Washington College of Law and worked as a staff lawyer for trade and professional associations. She spent several years as a legal and ethical consultant for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.


  • Lynda M Hill , B.S.

    Category: Registrar's Office

    Position: Assistant Registrar

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3487

    Campus Box: 71985

    Email: lhill@cn.edu


  • Danny Hinson

    Category: Education

    Position: Associate Professor of TESL; Dean of Global Education

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3310

    Campus Box: 72015

    Email: dhinson@cn.edu

    Dr. Hinson teaches Advanced Speaking Skills I, ESL Curriculum, English Phonology, Language Acquisition, and Evaluation in ESL.

    His specialty areas include Teaching English in Foreign Language Settings, Intensive English Program Development, and Developing Speaking and Listening Skills.

    His areas of interest include the role of individual differences in acquiring a second language and the impact of short-term intensive English programs on non-native speakers acquisition of English language skills.

    He is a member of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Past President of Tennessee TESOL, and NASFA: Association of International Educators.

    His hobbies and interests include traveling, golf, and reading.

    Dr. Hinson is the Dean of Global Education at C-N and also the sponsor of the International Club.


  • Jan Hinson

    Category: English Language Institute

    Position: Instructor

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3543

    Campus Box: 71953

    Email: jhinson@cn.edu

    Mrs. Jan Hinson has been an instructor in the ELI for more than 10 years, teaching reading, writing, and grammar. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education with a major in Sociology from Carson-Newman University and a Master of Arts in Multilingual-Multicultural Education from Florida State University. She has extensive experience teaching and serving overseas in Japan, South Korea, North Korea, Italy, Russia, and Thailand.

    Mrs. Hinson is currently teaching Level 3 Reading & Writing and Level 3 Grammar.


  • Romana Hinton

    Category: English Language Institute

    Position: Instructor

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3543

    Campus Box: 71953

    Email: rhinton@cn.edu

    Mrs. Romana Hinton is an instructor of speaking and listening at the ELI. She studied German Language and Literature at the University of Dortmund in Germany and History and German at the University of J.E. Purkyne in the Czech Republic. She has a Master of Arts degree in German Language and a Master of Science degree in ESL/FL Education from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. She has taught both English and German in the USA and in the Czech Republic.

    Mrs. Hinton is currently teaching Level 2 Speaking & Listening.


  • William (Buddy) L. Hipsher

    Category: Maintenance

    Position: Maintenance - Carpenter

    Campus Phone: 865 471-3352

    Campus Box: 71980


  • Lisa Hodge

    Category: Education, Undergraduate

    Position: Administrative Assistant

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3320

    Campus Box: 72013

    Email: lhodge@cn.edu

    Mrs. Hodge is the administrative assistant for the School of Education.  She received her Associate's degree from Knoxville Business College (now South College) in Office Administration.  Her primarily responsibility is to serve as the receptionist for the School of Education Department and to provide clerical support to the Chair and the Dean; Admissions and Services Advisor, the Director of Field Experiences and faculty members.

    She and her husband are natives of Jefferson County and have two children and four grandchildren.

    She enjoys reading and creating crafts of all kinds, especially decorative tole painting.


  • Michelle Hodge

    Category: Campus Ministries

    Position: Administrative Assistant

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3537

    Email: mhodge@cn.edu


  • James Hodges

    Category: Safety & Security

    Position: Director of Safety & Security

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3237

    Campus Box: 71892

    Email: jhodges@cn.edu


  • Jimmy Hodges

    Category: Student Affairs

    Position: Director of Safety & Security

    Campus Phone: (865) 471-3237

    Campus Box: 71892

    Email: jhodges@cn.edu

    BA, Political Science, Carson-Newman College


  • Mary Hodges

    Category: English

    Position: Adjunct Professor

    Campus Phone: 865-471-2036

    Campus Box: 72057

    B.A., Washington University; M.S. University of Tennessee

    Specialities: World Literature, Appalachian Literature, Creative Writing, and Rhetoric & Composition


  • Melanie Hodgson , Ed.D.

    Category: Exercise Science

    Position: Professor of Teacher Licensure for Physical Education and Wellness

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3303

    Campus Box: 71987

    Email: mhodgson@cn.edu

    Dr. Melanie Hodgson recently served as the department chair of the Health, Physical Education and Sport Science department and has been a professor of Physical Education at Carson-Newman for 23 years.  She completed her B.S. in Physical Education, M.S. in Special Education and Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, respectively, at the University of Tennessee.  Her teaching responsibilities include:  practicum in Physical Education I and II, teaching physical education in elementary school, lifetime wellness, rhythmic movement education and introduction to recreation.  Dr. Hodgson is also responsible for the recreation practicum and internship.  Prior to Carson-Newman she taught and directed the special education program at Jefferson County High School for 15 years which served the following disabled students:  educable mentally retarded, trainable mentally retarded, emotionally disturbed, physically disabled, learning disabled, mutiple disabilities, deaf, and visual disabilities.  She has worked with Special Olympics for 40 years and served as Area 10 Event Director for Track and Field for 34 years.

    Dr. Hodgson is a member of First Baptist Church in Morristown, Tennessee. Dr. Hodgson's family include husband Jack, daughter Cara, son Trevor, daughter-in-law Jamie and grandson Crosby.


  • Melanie Hodgson

    Category: Physical Education

    Position: Professor of HPSS

    Campus Phone: (865) 471-3303

    Campus Box: 71987

    Email: mhodgson@cn.edu

    Dr. Melanie Hodgson recently served as the department chair of the Health, Physical Education and Sport Science department and has been a professor of Physical Education at Carson Newman for 20 years. She completed her B.S. in Physical Education, M.S. in Special education and Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, respectively, at the University of Tennessee. Her teaching responsibilities include: practicum in Physical Education I and II, teaching individual and dual sports, teaching physical education in elementary school, rhythmic movement education, adapted physical education and teaching physical education and wellness in secondary school.

    Prior to Carson Newman she taught and directed the special education progarm at Jefferson county high school for 15 years which served the following handicapped students: educable mentally retarded, trainable mentally retarded, emotionally disturbed, physically handicapped, learning disabled, multiple handicapped, deaf, and visually handicapped.

    Dr. Hodgson is a current member of Tennessee Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (TAHPERD) and First Baptist Church in Morristown. She is an extremely proud mother of her two children, Trevor and Cara, with her husband Jack.


  • Angela Holder

    Category: Music

    Position: Associate Professor of Music - Voice and Small Choral Ensemble

    Campus Phone: 865.471.3409

    Campus Box: 71987

    Email: aholder@cn.edu

    Dr. Angela Easterday Holder, Associate Professor of Music, joined the Carson-Newman Music Faculty in 2003. She taught for eight years at Georgetown College in Georgetown, Kentucky before this appointment. Originally from the Knoxville area, she received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from Carson-Newman, a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Tennessee, and the Doctor of Musical Arts from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. She is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, where she holds the office of Tennessee NATS Secretary/Treasurer and Tennessee Music Educators Association.

    Dr. Holder has been a soprano soloist on a number of occasions, most recently in Saint Saens’ Christmas Oratorio, Rutter’s Magnificat, Haydn’s Missa Brevis, Mozart’s Missa Solemnis, and with the C-N choirs, Mozart’s Vesperae solennes de confessore, Garber’s Magnificat, Beethoven's Choral Fantasy, and Handel’s Messiah. She is also a member of the Knoxville Choral Society, having performed as soloist in the Beethoven Mass in C, K. Lee Scott's Requiem, and Rutter's Feel the Spirit.

    As a member of the voice faculty at Carson-Newman, she teaches private voice, diction, song literature, class voice, and is the director of Redemption, the Christian Contemporary group sponsored by the music department.


  • Greg Hoover

    Category: Sociology and Human Services

    Position: Chair, Associate Professor

    Campus Phone: (865) 471-3449

    Campus Box: 72007

    Started at C-N in 1987. Associate Professor of Sociology.
    Chair of Sociology Department. B.A., Atlanta Christian College. M.A., Ph.D., University of Georgia.


  • Phyllis Hoover

    Category: Global Education

    Position: Coordinator for International Student Services

    Campus Phone: 865-471-4805

    Campus Box: 71954

    Phyllis coordinates and plans special services for Carson-Newman’s international students. She is assisted by student workers and volunteers who do a wonderful job "infusing" international students into the campus culture. Her office is located in the CGE Building.  Her office hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9 to 3 each day.  Mrs. Hoover earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Atlanta Christian College.


  • Roger Hoover

    Campus Phone: 471-3477


  • Richard Hopkins

    Campus Phone: 471-3379


  • Kevin Houk

    Category: Information Technology

    Position: Enterprise Systems Administrator and Senior Programmer/Analyst

    Campus Phone: 865-471-2034

    Email: khouk@cn.edu

    Kevin is a native of Jefferson City, graduate of Jefferson County High School and received his degree in Computer Science in 1988. He has been with the Carson-Newman Information Technology Department since 2002.

    Prior to coming to Carson-Newman, Kevin spent 8 years at Jenzabar as a technical analyst, consultant, instructor, programmer and implementation manager. Before Jenzabar, he spent 5 years as the I.T. Systems Administrator at a credit union in Knoxville.

    He loves to spend time with his wife, three children and two grandchildren. He enjoys playing golf and is a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church.


  • William Houston

    Category: Art

    Position: Artist in Residence (Associate Professor of Art; Painting & Drawing)

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3334

    Campus Box: 72034

    Email: williamchouston@gmail.com

    Personal Website: http://www.wchouston.com/

    Mr. William C. Houston, Artist-in-Residence & Associate Professor of Art, has taught at Carson-Newman since 1974, and coordinates our Art major emphasis area of Drawing & Painting. Mr. Houston has won numerous national and regional awards for his landscape watercolors and drawings, and has artworks in many prestigious corporate collections. An avid painter and furniture builder, Mr. Houston is a man of many talents and interests, and is known locally as an authority on Jazz music. He earned his BA in Art from Carson-Newman and his MAT (with studio painting emphasis) from the University of South Carolina. The quality of Mr. Houston's landscape paintings is legendary.


  • Kacie Hoyle

    Category: Orientation

    Position: Orientation Leader

    Email: knhoyle@cn.edu


  • Stephen Huff , MS, NCIDQ # 18779

    Category: Family and Consumer Sciences

    Position: Instructor of Interior Design

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3299

    Campus Box: 71965

    Email: shuff@cn.edu

    Post-graduate work in Housing, Virginia Tech

    MS, Engineering Technology, East Tennessee State University

    BS, Interior Design, The University of Tennessee

    Mr. Huff teaches fundamentals of interior design, drafting and space planning, human factors and culture, CAD, materials and finished, residential and commercial studios, kitchen and bath design, history of interiors, portfolio design, and business procedures.

    Mr. Huff's areas of interest include materials and their meaning, sustainability, detailing, and kitchen and bath design.  He has worked in a variety of both residential and commercial design settings to help bring practice experience along with holistic thinking to design education.  In his spare, Mr. Huff enjoys spending time with family, "junking," and anything associated with Mid-Century Modern design.

    Mr. Huff is a member of Interior Design Educators Council (IDEC), American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), and International Interior Design Association (IIDA).


  • Willard D. Huff

    Category: Maintenance

    Position: Maintenance - Grounds Trash Pick-up

    Campus Phone: 865 471-3352

    Campus Box: 71890


  • Ryan Hughes

    Category: Orientation

    Position: Orientation Leader

    Email: rnhughes@cn.edu

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ryan.hughes.564 

    Twitter: @Ryanhaha11

     


  • Amy Humphrey

    Category: Life Directions Center

    Position: Associate Director of the Life Directions Center

    Campus Phone: (865) 471-3227

    Campus Box: C-N Box 72028

    Email: ahumphrey@cn.edu


  • David Humphrey

    Category: Disability Services

    Position: Coordinator for Students with Disabilities and Case Manager

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3268

    Email: dhumphrey@cn.edu


  • Courtney Huskey

    Category: Orientation

    Position: Orientation Leader

    Email: crhuskey@cn.edu

    Blog: http://crhuskey.blogspot.com/ 

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/courtney.huskey.9 

    Twitter: @Court_Huskey16


  • Mark Hussung

    Category: Music

    Position: Interim Dean, School of Fine Arts; Associate Professor of Music - Piano

    Campus Phone: 865.471.3406

    Campus Box: 71947

    Email: mhussung@cn.edu

    Dr. Mark E. Hussung is currently serving his nineteenth year as a member of the Carson-Newman Music Department Faculty, and is serving this year as Interim Dean for the School of Fine Arts. A native of Murray, Kentucky, Dr. Hussung earned degrees in piano performance from The University of Louisville, The University of Wisconsin-Madison, and The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. He did additional study for two summers at The Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara California. His principal teachers have included Dr. David Kaiserman, Piano Department Chair of The Northwestern University School of Music, Paul Schenly, Piano Department Chair of The Cleveland Institute of Music, and Eugene Pridonoff, Artist-in-Residence at The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. He has performed with the Knoxville Chamber Orchestra and solo and chamber music works for the Tennessee Music Teachers Associate State Convention. In 2005 he recorded J. Ryan Garber’s Resonances for release through Capstone Records. He is a member of the East Tennessee Chamber Players and is a frequent adjudicator for various piano competitions and festivals. In addition to his duties in the Carson-Newman Music Department, Hussung served from 2000-2010 as Director of the Carson-Newman Honors Program.


  • James "Alex" Hutchins

    Category: Business

    Position: Visiting Instructor of Business

    Campus Phone: (865) 471-7174

    Campus Box: 71887

    Email: jhutchins@cn.edu

    Alex Hutchins, Adjunct in the School of Business for Carson Newman, is a North Carolinian (Tarheel) by birth, and received his MBA from the Babcock Graduate School of Management at Wake Forest University in 1981. His 40+ year career has seen him in a variety of Management positions from Executive Director of a Local Arts Council to Corporate Director of Quality Improvement to President of Quest Training, Inc., an Organizational Development Company that he founded in 1990, when he moved from North Carolina to Tennessee, to create the second Center for Quality and Productivity Training in TN at Walters State Community College in Morristown. Alex has been involved with Adult Higher Education since 1986 when he began custom designing training programs for business and industry at Piedmont Community College in Rxboro, NC. With over 13,000 hours of Project Management experience under his belt, Alex has written 16 Project Management curriculums (onsite and online) currently being used by proprietary schools and is currently a featured writer on Examiner.com/Knoxville for Adult Education.


  • Aaron Hutsell

    Category: Athletics

    Position: Football - Defensive Backs Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator

    Campus Phone: 865-471-4794

    Email: ahutsell@cn.edu


  • Peggy Hypes

    Category: Education, Undergraduate

    Position: Professor of Education

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3309

    Campus Box: 71872

    Email: phypes@cn.edu

    Dr. Hypes teaches Survey of Persons with Exceptionalities, Counseling/Leadership in Special Education, Curriculum Development, Evaluation and Learning, Gifted/Talented, Methods of Teaching English Literature, Foundations of Education, Educational Research, and Behavior Disorders.

    Her specialty areas and areas of interest include Special Education, Gifted/Talented, English and General Education/Special Education collaboration.

    She is a member of the Council for Exceptional Children, TAILACTE-TN Conference of Graduate Schools (former president), TACTE (former president), Center for Teacher Quality (State Team Member), CACUPA (appointed member), Advisory Council on Teacher Education and Licensure (appointed member).

    Dr. Hypes enjoys reading, gardening, crafts, woodworking, biking, hiking and grandparenting