Faculty Achievements

In addition to their excellence in teaching, many Wofford faculty members have published original research, received awards for excellence or have won prestigious grants. Below are the most recent faculty achievements:

April 2022

Dr. Ken Banks
Dr. Ken Banks

Dr. Ken Banks, associate professor of history, has published a review of “The Death of the French Atlantic” by Alan Forrest in the American Historical Review.


Dr. Peter Brewitt
Dr. Peter Brewitt

Dr. Peter Brewitt, assistant professor and chair of environmental studies, and Lawson Giles ’21 have published the article “Red wolf science and identity storylines in an online discursive community” in Environmental Science and Policy.


Dr. Trina Janiec Jones
Dr. Trina Janiec Jones

Dr. Trina Janiec Jones, professor of religion, was invited to write for the University of Chicago Divinity School’s Craft of Teaching blog this semester. Her first post, “Rediscovering Joy,” was published on March 18.


Dr. Ingrid Lilly
Dr. Ingrid Lilly

Dr. Ingrid Lilly, assistant professor of religion, published the article, “The Corporeality of the Self: The Example of Bitter Nefeš as an Ethnomedical Syndrome” in the peer-review journa, Dead Sea Discoveries.


Dr. Dawn McQuiston
Dr. Dawn McQuiston

Dr. Dawn McQuiston, associate professor of psychology, was invited to present her work on the science of eyewitness memory at the South Carolina Circuit Court Judges Conference in May.


Dr. Jeremy Morris
Dr. Jeremy Morris

Dr. Jeremy Morris, assistant professor of biology, co-authored the article “Scaling of fibre area and fibre glycogen concentration in the hindlimb musculature of monitor lizards: Implications for locomotor performance with increasing body size” in the Journal of Experimental Biology. The article appears in a special issue titled Building New Paradigms in Comparative Physiology and Biomechanics. Morris also co-authored the article “Reversing the lens on public engagement with science: Positive benefits for participating scientists” in the journal BioScience.