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Michael E. Johnson, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Mathematics & Computer Science; Associate Professor of Mathematics

Brown-Kopel Business Center, Room 350
731-989-6655
mjohnson@fhu.edu

Mike Johnson graduated from Freed-Hardeman University with a B.S. in Mathematics in 1991. He went on to earn an M.S. (1993) and a Ph.D. (1998) in Mathematics from Vanderbilt University where his research was in the area of mathematical biology.

Dr. Johnson has been a faculty member at Freed-Hardeman University since 1999. He served as chair of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science from 2002 to 2005 and as Associate Vice President for Academics from 2006 to 2010. He currently serves as the Program Coordinator for mathematics and will again be serving as the chair of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, effective January 2014.

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Kenan L. Casey, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Computer Science; Program Coordinator, Computer Science & Interactive Digital Design Majors

Brown-Kopel Business Center, Room 335
731-989-6084
kcasey@fhu.edu
faculty.fhu.edu/kcasey

Kenan Casey, a 2004 graduate of Freed-Hardeman, later attended Auburn University, where he completed his master’s and doctorate degrees in computer science.

His research focused on computational intelligence and sensor networks, about which he wrote his dissertation. Dr. Casey soon discovered his passion for biologically inspired algorithms, specifically neuro-evolutionary algorithms, and began teaching at FHU in the summer of 2008. Dr. Casey now teaches web applications programming, computer networks, computer architecture and artificial intelligence.

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Jared T. Collins, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Brown-Kopel Business Center, Room 351
731-989-6665
jtcollins@fhu.edu

Jared Collins received his bachelor's degree in mathematics from Freed-Hardeman University in 2008. He went on to the University of Memphis where he earned his master's (2010) and doctoral (2013) degrees in mathematics.

His research is in the field of Complex Dynamics. In particular, he studies the general convergence of root-finding algorithms and the dynamical behaviors of rational maps.

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Greg Hollamon, B.S., M.A.
Instructor in Mathematics

Brown-Kopel Business Center, Room 356
731-989-6063
ghollamon@fhu.edu

Greg Hollamon graduated from Murray State University (1984) with a B.S. in Mathematics and a minor in Physics. He obtained a M.A. in Education with a Math Emphasis from Murray State University (1990).

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Mark Scott, B.S., M.S.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science; Program Coordinator, Cybersecurity Program

Brown-Kopel Business Center, Room 352
731-989-6779
mscott@fhu.edu

Mark Scott graduated with a B.S. from Memphis State University and an M.S. in Telecommunications and Information Systems Management from Christian Brothers University, and he is currently completing his Ph.D. in Information Technology at Capella University. 

 

Mr. Scott served as an adjunct faculty member at Freed-Hardeman University from 2002-2005 and as an Assistant Professor in the College of Business at Freed-Hardeman from 2005-2008. Additionally, he served in the capacities of Director of Instructional Technology, Associate VP of the Academic Success Center, and as VP of Innovation and Technology at Freed-Hardeman from 2008-2013. Mr. Scott also served as an adjunct faculty at Lipscomb University from 2016-2017. Currently, Mr. Scott serves as Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Freed-Hardeman, teaching computer and CyberSecurity courses as well as management courses. Prior to 2005, Mr. Scott was the President of Memphis Technology, Inc., a consulting company specializing in Internet and network security and digital forensics.


 
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Timberly Singleton
Instructor in Mathematics

Brown-Kopel, Room 358
731-989-6041
tsingleton@fhu.edu

Timberly Singleton graduated from Freed-Hardeman University in 2015 with a B.S. in Mathematics and Secondary Education. In 2017, she earned her Master's Degree in Mathematics from Tennessee Technological University.
 
Her concentration was in the area of applied mathematics. In her research, she explored using exponential Fourier transforms to obtain approximations of fractional derivatives for certain functions. She joined the faculty of Freed-Hardeman in August 2019.
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Natalie Zlatovich, B.S.
Administrative Assistant

Anderson Science Center, Room 113
731-989-6032
nzlatovich@fhu.edu