Dr. Robert Moss holds a degree in biochemistry from the University of Pennsylvania and in cell and developmental biology from Harvard University. He teaches courses in genetics, immunology, public health and evolutionary biology. His research interests include pedagogy, cancer and developmental biology. He enjoys the opportunity to work closely with students and getting to know them during their time at Wofford.
Dr. Cecile Nowatka teaches courses on child and adolescent development, abnormal psychology and social psychology. Her research interests include mental health topics such as depression, anxiety and coping. She earned her B.A. in French language and literature from the University of Virginia, her M.A. in psychology from William & Mary and her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Kentucky. Nowatka enjoys the time she spends with students. Away from Wofford she enjoys hiking, cooking, watching movies and spending quality time with family and friends.