Harding University
July 2, 2009

New faculty announced at Harding University

SEARCY, Ark. ⎯ Harding University announces eight new faculty members
to arrive on campus August 1 for the 2009-2010 school year.

•       Crystal Calloway will join the College of Pharmacy as assistant
professor of pharmacy practice. Most recently, she worked as a
pharmacist for Grady Health System. She holds the Doctor of Pharmacy
degree from Xavier University.

•       Tim Chance will join the Department of Communication Sciences and
Disorders under the College of Communication as an instructor. He
holds the Master of Science degree from University of Central
Arkansas. Most recently, he worked as a speech-language pathologist
for Pediatric Specialty Care Inc.

•       Louisa Duke will join the Physician Assistant Program under the
College of Sciences as assistant professor. Coming from a clinical
practice at Namwianga Rural Health Center, she holds the Master of
Science in Medicine degree from Trevecca Nazarene University.

•       Travis McNeal will serve as assistant professor in the College of
Sciences under the Department of Behavioral Sciences. He holds the
doctorate degree from University of Virginia and most recently worked
as a psychologist for the Tennessee Law Enforcement Academy.

•       Jan Traughber will serve as an instructor in the Department of
Communication Sciences and Disorders under the College of
Communication. Most recently, she worked as a speech-language
pathologist for the Wilbur D. Mills Education Service Cooperative. She
holds the Master of Science degree from University of Mississippi.

•       Sarah Wilhoit will join the College of Arts and Humanities as
assistant professor of art. She holds the Master of Science degree from
University of Tennessee and most recently served as an instructor at
East Tennessee State University.

•       Charles Wu will join the Department of Engineering under the College
of Sciences as associate professor. He most recently served as
assistant professor at Arkansas Tech University and holds the
doctorate degree from University of Texas at Arlington.

•       David Skelton will join the College of Education as assistant
professor. He holds the Master of Education degree from Harding
University. Most recently, he served as principal for West Fork School
District.



The College of Pharmacy also added to its faculty throughout the
2008-2009 school year and during the summer 2009.

•       Katherine Anderson joined the University in June 2009 as assistant
professor of pharmacy practice. She holds the Doctor of Pharmacy
degree from Washington State University. Most recently, she worked as
a consultant pharmacist for PharMerica.

•       Tim Howard joined the University in December 2008 as an instructor
of pharmacy practice. Most recently, he worked as a pharmacist for Rx
Pharmacy and holds the Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree from
Southwestern Oklahoma State University.

•       Melissa Max joined the University in Fall 2008 as assistant
professor of pharmacy practice. She holds the Doctor of Pharmacy
degree from University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and most
recently worked as a pharmacy specialist for UAMS.

•       Jean Anne Mire joined the University in June 2009 as assistant
professor of pharmacy practice. She holds the Master of Business
Administration degree from Tulane University.

•       Rayanne Story joined the University in Fall 2008 as assistant
professor of pharmacy practice. She holds the Doctor of Pharmacy
degree from University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and most
recently worked as a clinical pharmacist for Advanced Care Hospital of
Searcy.

•       Scott Weston joined the University in June 2009 as associate
professor of pharmaceutical sciences. He holds the doctorate degree
from University of Mississippi and most recently served as assistant
professor at University of the Incarnate Word.

•       Richard Ward joined the University in June 2009 as assistant
professor of pharmacy practice. He holds the Doctor of Pharmacy degree
from University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

•       Christy Holland joined the University in June 2009 as assistant
professor of pharmacy practice. She holds the Doctor of Pharmacy
degree from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.