Craig Bowe, Ph.D, program coordinator for the Environmental Engineering Technology degree at Ohio University Southern. Dr. Bowe's research is at the interface of environmental science, chemistry, public health and surface chemistry where he applies analytical techniques to address questions ranging from heavy metal remediation to the detection and removal of persistent chemicals including pharmaceuticals from the environment. His scientific expertise is in two main areas: (1) Heavy Metal Remediation and (2) Detection of trace chemical agents in the environment.
Charles W. Jarrett, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology, presents papers at conferences and publishes articles in professional journals on the Gullah/Geechees, the descendants of formerly enslaved Africans living along the coastal regions of South Carolina, Georgia and northern Florida. Charles has authored one book Journey to Wholeness and will publish a novel entitled Passage of Faith with Joggling Board Press, Inc. in Charleston, South Carolina.