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  • Chip Hall

    Category: Communication

    Position: Assistant Professor of Communication and 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 , Ph.D.

    Category: English

    Position: Associate Professor of English and Director of the Appalachian Center

    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

  • Beverly Hammond , PhD, LDN

    Category: Family and Consumer Sciences

    Position: Adjunct Faculty



    Beverley Hammond has had a varied career in the field of Family and Consumer Sciences. After graduating from the University of Illinois, she completed a dietetic internship at the Brooke Army Medical Center at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. She then earned a Master of Arts degree at the University of Texas at Austin while consulting with small hospitals and nursing homes in the Central Texas Area. After teaching three years at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, the family moved to Huntsville, Alabama where her husband was
    employed. The family then moved to Tennessee during the mid-sixties and have since become Tennesseans. When first moving to Tennessee she earned a Ph.D. at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

    During her career, she has taught foods and nutrition at the University of Tennessee, Louisiana Tech University, Mississippi University for Women, and has been an adjunct faculty at Tennessee Tech University and Carson Newman University.

    Prior to her retirement in 2011, she spent over eleven years as the Consumer Scientist at BSH Home Appliances, maker of Thermador Professional ranges and cooktops. After retiring, she decided to go back to school and earned an Associate degree in Culinary Arts at Pellissippi State Community College. Currently, her volunteer activities include President-Elect of AHEE, President of the Tennessee affiliate of AAFCS, Secretary of the Farragut Arts Council, and Secretary and Newsletter Editor of the local hiking club: the Happy Hikers.

  • Shelby Hardison

    Category: Community Connections

    Position: TBA

    Email: sehardison@cn.edu

    More information about Shelby's work will be posted soon. For now, feel free to email Shelby to connect to Community Connections!

  • 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.

  • Heather Hartman , Ms.

    Category: Art

    Position: Adjunct Art Instructor (Art Fundamentals; Painting & Drawing)

    Campus Phone: 865-471-4985

    Email: hhartman@cn.edu

    Personal Website: www.heatherhartman.com

    Heather Hartman joined the faculty at Carson-Newman in the Fall of 2014. As an adjunct instructor, she teaches Painting, Drawing, and Art Fundamentals. Heather Hartman was born in Los Angeles, California in 1983 and in December of 1989 her family moved to the suburbs of Nashville, Tennessee. Hartman was deeply impacted by the atmosphere, weather, and constantly changing skies in her new home as well as the impact of suburban development on the surrounding landscape. These influences are still present in her abstract paintings. Hartman attended Auburn University and received her Bachelors of Fine Art in 2005. She earned a Master of Fine Art with a concentration in Painting and Drawing at the University of Tennessee in 2009. Her work has been featured in shows throughout the country, and is in the collection of Auburn University. Hartman lives and works in Knoxville, Tennessee where she is a member of the Vacuum Shop Studios Artist Collaborative.

  • 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.

  • 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

  • Annie Hatfield

    Category: Advancement

    Position: Donor Records Assistant

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3404

    Campus Box: 72017

    Email: acavin@cn.edu

  • Kim Hawkins , Ph.D.

    Category: Education

    Position: Chair of Education and Counseling

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3314

    Campus Box: 72013

    Email: khawkins@cn.edu

    B.S., Baylor University

    M.S., Baylor University

    Ph.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville

  • Merrill Hawkins , Jr

    Category: Religion, Undergraduate

    Position: Professor of Religion

    Campus Phone: 471-3246

    Campus Box: 71919

    Email: mhawkins@cn.edu


    B.A., Baylor University (1985)

     M.Div., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (1990)

     Ph.D., Baylor University (1994)

     Additional Study:  Clinical Pastoral Education Residency, University of Tennessee Medical Center, 2003-2004 Dr. Hawkins joined the faculty at Carson-Newman in 1995 and has taught both in the areas of historical studies and ministry studies, including Love, Grief, and Anger. From 2008-2013, he held a joint appointment in the Department of Graduate Counseling and he continues to teach a course each summer in that program: Foundations of Spirituality.  In addition to his Ph.D. in Religion with a concentration in the history of Christianity, he has received post-doctoral education in clinical pastoral education and spiritual direction.  Dr. Hawkins has served as a pastor of Baptist and United Methodist congregations since 1983.  In 2005, he became the pastor of Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church in Talbott, Tennessee.

     Mel is married to Dr. Kimberly Hawkins, who is also part of the Carson-Newman faculty and Chair of the Department of Education (fall 2014).  They are the proud parents of Anna Lee, a high school student, and Conner, a middle school student.  As a family, they enjoy hanging out at home and travel. 

  • Debby Hayes , Ed.D.

    Category: Education, Undergraduate

    Position: Professor of Education

    Campus Phone: 865-471-7109

    Campus Box: 72013

    Email: dhayes@cn.edu

    B.S., Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville

    M.S., Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville

    Ed.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville

  • Wendy Hayes

    Category: Financial Aid

    Position: Verification Coordinator

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

    Email: financialaid@cn.edu

  • Ameila Headrick

    Category: Student Chaplaincy Program

    Position: Student Chaplain

    Email: alheadrick@cn.edu

    Amelia serves as the student chaplain of Burnett Residence Hall.  She may be contacted through her e-mail: alheadrick@cn.edu  

  • Corbin D. Hedges

    Category: Residence Life

    Position: Residence Life Coordinator - Heritage Hall

    Campus Phone: 865-471-4285

    Campus Box: C-N Box 71896

    Email: chedges@cn.edu

    Corbin Hedges is currently serving his first year as the Residence Life Coordinator for Heritage Hall. Corbin is a graduate of Carson-Newman, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics and an Education License for grades 7-12. He grew up in Tullahoma, TN, and enjoys playing sports, spending time with friends and family, hiking, playing intramurals, watching movies, and long walks on the beach.

  • Paula Heiss

    Category: Education

    Position: Data Management Coordinator

    Campus Phone: 865-471-4831

    Campus Box: 72013

    Email: pheiss@cn.edu

  • 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 Aid

    Position: Financial Aid Counselor

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

    Email: financialaid@cn.edu

  • Jonathan Michael Hendrickson , C-N Class of 2014

    Category: Admissions Staff

    Position: Admissions Counselor

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3226

    Campus Box: 71096

    Email: jhendrickson@cn.edu

    Recruitment Area: First Year Freshman

    Tennessee: Carter, Cocke, Greene, Hancock, Hawkins, Johnson, Sevier, Sullivan, Unicoi, and Washington Counties

    North Carolina and Virginia

  • 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.

  • Melissa Hensley

    Category: Provost's Office

    Position: Administrative Assistant to the Provost

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3219

    Email: mehensley@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

    Tammy is a lifelong resident of Jefferson County. Her background experience stems from working in Head Start programs, privately owned child care centers, public schools, and church-based programs. She is a member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Southern Early Childhood Association, and the Appalachian Area Association for the Education of Young Children and enjoys attending workshops, and conferences.

    As a member of Beaver Creek Baptist Church in Strawberry Plains, Tennessee, she serves as a youth
    department Sunday school teacher and as the children's department director.

    Her personal time is spent with her husband and children by traveling, participating in community and mission activities, and supporting her children's interests.

  • James (Bean) D. Hickman

    Category: Maintenance

    Position: Maintenance - Air Condition & Heat

    Campus Phone: 865 471-3521

    Campus Box: 71980

  • 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 , Ph.D.

    Category: Education

    Position: Associate Professor of TESL

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3310

    Campus Box: 72015

    Email: dhinson@cn.edu

    B.S., Louisiana State University and A & M College

    M.A., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

    Ed.S., Western Kentucky University

    Ph.D., Florida State University

  • 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.

  • 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

  • Michelle Hodge

    Category: Campus Ministries

    Position: Administrative Assistant

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3537

    Email: mhodge@cn.edu

  • 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

  • Angela Holder

    Category: C-N Choral Department

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

    Campus Phone: 865.471.3409

    Email: aholder@cn.edu

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Stephen Howe , LTC

    Category: Army R.O.T.C.

    Position: Professor of Military Science

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3384

    Email: showe@cn.edu

    Lieutenant Colonel Stephen F. Howe
    graduated from the State University of New York at Albany in 1994 with a
    Bachelor of Arts degree in American History. He received his commission from
    the Siena College Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program. He holds a Master
    of Military Art and Science in Theater Operations from the Command and General
    Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

  • Willard D. Huff

    Category: Maintenance

    Position: Maintenance - Grounds Trash Pick-up

    Campus Phone: 865 471-3352

    Campus Box: 71890

  • Amy Humphrey

    Category: Student Success Center

    Position: Coordinator of First Generation Students & Advising Counselor

    Campus Phone: (865) 471-3227

    Campus Box: 72018

    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

  • Mark Hussung

    Category: C-N Keyboard Studies

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

    Campus Phone: 865.471.3406

    Email: mhussung@cn.edu

  • Aaron Hutsell

    Category: Athletics

    Position: Football - Defensive Backs Coach/ Recruiting Coordinator

    Campus Phone: 865-471-4794

    Email: ahutsell@cn.edu

  • Peggy Hypes , Ed.D.

    Category: Education, Undergraduate

    Position: Professor of Education

    Campus Phone: 865-471-3309

    Campus Box: 71872

    Email: phypes@cn.edu

    B.A., Maryville College

    M.A., George Washington University

    Ed.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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