Dr. Brittain holds degrees from the Eastman School of Music, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She has done post-doctoral studies at the University of Georgia (Athens) and summer study at the Aspen School of Music. At Emmanuel College, Dr. Brittain directs the College Chorale, teaches Choral Music Education and Choral Conducting classes, teaches voice, and accompanies vocal students.
Michelle Kendrick, assistant professor in the School of Education, currently serves as chair of the Mathematics Department. She holds an A.A. in general education from Bainbridge College, B.S.Ed. in middle grades education from Thomas University, and a M.Ed. and Ed.S. in mathematics education from the Florida State University. She is currently working on her Ph.D. in elementary education from the Florida State University.
I played lacrosse for four years at Piedmont College; during my career there I was featured on Sportcenter's Top 10 plays. Majoring in Mass Communications I found enjoyment behind the microphone on the campus radio station. I am excited to be a part of the Emmanuel family and sharing my lacrosse knowledge with both the team as well as the community.
Brandon is entering his first year at Emmanuel College as the Assistant Athletic Trainer with Wrestling and Men's Lacrosse. He received his Bachelor's of Science in Athletic Training from Limestone College in 2013, where he also played lacrosse from 2009-2011. Brandon is from Simpsonville, SC. After receiving his Master's in Health, Exercise and Sport Science from The Citadel Military College this past spring resides in Hartwell, GA.
Andrea Langley, Residence Director for Jackson Hall, received her BA in Communication from Emmanuel College where she was very involved in campus life and was a member of the track and cross country team. After graduating from Emmanuel in 2013 she moved to Atlanta, Georgia to work at In Touch Ministries, one of the nation's largest non-profit Christian ministries, as a project coordinator in their development department.
Ginni Jones is from Williamston, NC. She graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2014 with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Women's Studies. At UNC, Ginni worked in student affairs as the Co-Director of a new student program, Carolina Kickoff. After graduating from UNC, Ginni completed a faith-based year of service with Johnson Service Corps in Chapel Hill, NC.
No stranger to the Emmanuel family, Chad Nelson has been promoted to serve as Head Coach for Men's Volleyball after he spent last season as the Lions assistant coach. Chad brings 13 years of coaching experience to the table having coached at every level of NCAA competition and almost just as many years coaching at the club level. When asked about his plans for the team, he stated, “I am ready to get started with this group of guys; we hav
I have been a professional astronomer and physics educator since 1985. I enjoy teaching and involving my students in my research. I am really excited about coming to Emmanuel College!
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