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The Schools of Nursing and Pharmacy operate on both the Oxford and Jackson campuses. The Schools of Dentistry, Health Related Professionals and Medicine, and the Health Sciences Graduate School, are based in Jackson only. (Additional healthcare programs are available through the School of Applied Sciences on the Oxford campus.) Other than these exceptions, the schools above are on the Oxford campus.

ART & ART HISTORY

Faculty in ART & ART HISTORY

A

Laura K Ashley

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR IN ART AND ART HISTORY
116 MEEK HALL
UNIVERSITY, MS 38677
lkwilli3@olemiss.edu
1 (662) 915-7193

B

Tyler Smith Barnes

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF COMMUNICATION/GRAPHIC DESIGN
253 Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
tsbarne1@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-1343

Eric T Beavers

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR IN ART & ART HISTORY
116 MEEK HALL
UNIVERSITY, MS 38677
eebeaver@olemiss.edu
1 (662) 915-7193

Kris Belden-Adams

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ART HISTORY
259 Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
kkbelden@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-5014

Joshua Kemp Brinlee

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF STUDIO ART FOUNDATIONS
253 Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
jkbrinle@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-6988

C

Virginia Rougon Chavis

CHAIR AND PROFESSOR OF ART & ART HISTORY
150 Lyceum
University, MS 38677
vlrougon@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-5315

D

Sherry Lynn Donaldson

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR IN ART AND ART HISTORY
116 Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
slcarpen@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-7193

J

Philip R Jackson

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ART
240 Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
philip@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-5911

K

Bokyung Kim

VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ART AND ART HISTORY
116 Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
bkim7@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-7193

L

Matthew L Long

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ART
265 Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
mattlong@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-6985

Christina M Lutz

VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ART
116 Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
cmlutz@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-7193

M

Robert B Malone

ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ART AND ART HISTORY
116 MEEK HALL
UNIVERSITY, MS 38677
rmalone@olemiss.edu
1 (662) 915-7193

Andrew Brock McIntyre

INSTRUCTOR IN ART & ART HISTORY AND CERAMIC TECHNICIAN
116 Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
abmcinty@olemiss.edu
1 (662) 915-7193

P

Valerie Guinn Polgar

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR IN ART AND ART HISTORY
116 MEEK HALL
UNIVERSITY, MS 38677
vgpolgar@olemiss.edu
1 (662) 915-7193

R

EUNIKA ROGERS

INSTRUCTOR IN ART AND ART HISTORY
116 MEEK HALL
UNIVERSITY, MS 38677
erogers1@olemiss.edu
1 (662) 915-7193

Stacey Lynn Rathert

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR IN ART AND ART HISTORY
116 Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
slrather@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-7193

T

Seth M Thibodaux

INSTRUCTOR AND SCULPTURE TECHNICIAN
116 Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
smthibod@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-7193

Durant B Thompson

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ART
11 Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
durant@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-5828

Whitney Turnipseed

INSTRUCTOR IN ART AND ART HISTORY
116 MEEK HALL
UNIVERSITY, MS 38677
rwturnip@olemiss.edu
1 (662) 915-7193

W

Brooke C White

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ART
257 Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
brookew@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-6645

Nancy L Wicker

PROFESSOR OF ART
116-A Meek Hall
University, MS 38677
nwicker@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-7193


Emeritus Faculty

A

JERE HARDY ALLEN

Professor Emeritus of Art
116 MEEK HALL
UNIVERSITY, MS 38677
jhallen@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-7193

D

RON G DALE

Professor Emeritus of Art
116 MEEK HALL
UNIVERSITY, MS 38677
ardale@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-7193

E

Charles W Eagles

Professor Emeritus of History
321BISHOP
UNIVERSITY, MS 38677
eagles@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-7733

T

PAULA TEMPLE

Professor Emeritus of Art
116 MEEK HALL
UNIVERSITY, MS 38677
ptemple@olemiss.eduUM Profile
1 (662) 915-7193

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