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FHU Adds Five Full-Time Faculty Members

Henderson, Tenn. - Aug 25, 2016

Freed-Hardeman University has added a total of five full-time faculty members at its Henderson campus. They are Dr. Joseph Stark Davis, Linda S. Hodges, Gregory A. Hollamon, Daniel B. Overton, and Dr. Nathan Warf.

Davis, assistant professor of criminal justice and law, holds a Bachelor of Science from United States Air Force Academy and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Oklahoma. He received his Juris Doctor from Oklahoma City University, and he earned his Master of Arts degree at Oklahoma Christian University.

Hodges, lecturer in nursing, holds an associate’s degree from Jackson State Community College and a Bachelor of Science from Freed-Hardeman University. She also has a Master of Science in Nursing from Gonzaga University.

Hollamon, instructor in mathematics, received a Bachelor of Science and Master in Education from Murray State University.

Overton, instructor in communication, earned a Bachelor of Arts at Freed-Hardeman University. He also has a Master of Divinity from Harding School of Theology. He is a current student at the University of Kansas.

Warf, assistant professor of political studies, holds a Bachelor of Science from Freed-Hardeman University. He received the Master of Public Policy and Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University. This summer he completed a Ph.D. in political science at Baylor University.

New students arrived on campus Aug. 20 for a period of orientation. The 148th school year began officially Wednesday, Aug. 24, with the annual Tolling of the Bell. Classes also began that day.