School Staff and Faculty
School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences
Mrs. Garriga joined the William Carey math faculty in the fall of 2014. She is a graduate of USM and WCU, and a former Instructor of Mathematics at Pearl River Community College. She teaches a broad variety of courses, ranging from college algebra to senior seminar, and emphasizes the use of technology and web-based resources. She supervises the online portion of the math program, and has also assisted in the recent expansion of the WCU online program at a university-wide level. She has research connections at USM in the fields of partial differential equations and numerical methods. She is also instrumental in recruiting efforts.
Frank G. Baugh, PhD, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs
Dr. Baugh graduated from Texas A & M University in 2004 with a PhD in counseling psychology. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the Veterans Health Administration National Center for Organization Development. During that time, he was involved with strategic planning, workplace assessment, team building, work group facilitation 360-degree assessments, executive coaching, leadership development, work redesign, conflict mediation, action research, and retreat design. His professional specialties include strategic planning and statistical analysis. Currently, he is also serving as the academic officer responsible for graduate programs at William Carey University and Dean of the School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences.
Marc C. Daniels, Professor of Biological Sciences
B.S. Florida State University, 1989
Ph.D. University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1996
Courses taught: A & P 1 and 2, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Evolution & Intelligent Design, Cell Physiology
Interest areas: Molecular Biology and gene expression