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FHU Adds Six Full-time Faculty Members

Henderson, Tenn. - Aug 17, 2015

Freed-Hardeman University has added a total of six full-time faculty members at its three locations: Henderson, Dickson and Memphis.

At the Henderson campus, Dr. Jana Meninno and Brandyn Graves will begin their teaching duties this fall.  Meninno, assistant professor of health and human performance, holds a Bachelor of Science from Appalachian State University, a Master of Science from Montana State University and a Doctor of Philosophy from East Tennessee State University. Graves, assistant professor of theatre, holds a Bachelor of Arts from FHU and a Master of Fine Arts, from Savannah College of Art and Design.

In Dickson, three faculty members will teach in behavioral sciences, education and business. They include Bryan McAlister, Dr. Alesha Northcutt and Dr. Dan Wade.

McAlister, instructor in behavioral sciences, holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science from Southeast Missouri State University. He also attended Freed-Hardeman University and is a current student at Amridge University.

Northcutt, assistant professor of education, holds a Bachelor of Science from FHU, a Master of Arts from Nova-Southeastern Education and a Doctor of Education from Lipscomb University.

Wade, professor of business, holds a Bachelor of Arts from Kentucky Wesleyan College, a Master of Business Administration from Indiana State University and a Doctor of Business Administration from the University of Kentucky. In addition to his other teaching experience, Wade is a former business professor at FHU’s Henderson campus.

One full-time faculty member has been added in Memphis. Dr. Stephen Marvin, an associate professor of education, will work with the university’s Doctor of Education  program. He holds an associate’s degree from West Hills Community College, a Bachelor of Arts from Fresno Pacific University, a Master of Education from Harding University, and a Doctor of Education from University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Freed-Hardeman University offers an exceptional education from a distinctly Christian perspective to approximately 1,850 students. It offers baccalaureate degrees in 44 undergraduate majors and 66 programs of study. FHU also offers master’s, specialist’s and a doctoral degree. For almost 150 years, the university has combined character and career education to produce graduates prepared to lead in the marketplace and in their communities.