BUIES CREEK, North Carolina – The Campbell University Board of Trustees has approved the promotion of three faculty members with primary appointments in the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences and one retired faculty member effective Nov. 1, 2015.
“To be awarded a faculty promotion by the Campbell University Board of Trustees is a recognition of the hard work and commitment to the educational process,” said Michael L. Adams, PharmD, PhD, dean of the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. “I applaud Mr. Marks, Dr. McLendon, and Dr. Woodis for their commitment to teaching, dedication to research, and service to CPHS and the university.”
Timothy Marks, MS, was promoted to the rank of assistant professor. Marks earned a Master of Science in Microbial Biotechnology from North Carolina State University. In addition to his faculty appointment, Marks serves as program administrator in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. He is currently a candidate for the Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology at North Carolina State University. He joined the faculty at Campbell in July 2010.
Amber McLendon, PharmD, was promoted to the rank of associate professor. McLendon earned a Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist, and she focuses on Geriatrics at Glenaire Continuing Care Community for the Department of Pharmacy Practice. She joined the faculty at Campbell in October 2007.
C. Brock Woodis, PharmD, was promoted to the rank of associate professor. Woodis earned a Doctor of Pharmacy from Auburn University. He is a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist as well as a board certified ambulatory care pharmacist. In addition to his faculty appointment in the Department of Pharmacy Practice, Woodis serves as an associated faculty member for Campbell’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program and provides several lectures a year to the physician assistant programs at both Campbell and Duke University. He joined the faculty at Campbell in May 2010.
In addition to active faculty promotions, William Stagner, PhD, was awarded the rank of professor emeritus. Stagner earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmaceutics, Master of Science in Pharmaceutics, and Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutics from the University of Iowa. He retired from his post as professor of pharmaceutical sciences in August 2015.