Administration, Faculty & Staff


UWF Emerald Coast - Administration & Staff


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UWF Emerald Coast - Faculty

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Dr. Thomas C. Gilbar

  • Position: Chair, FWB Coordinator, and Lecturer
  • Department: Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Office Location:  FWB - Building 2, Room 259

Dr. Thomas C. Gilbar, Chair, Lecturer, and Undergraduate Advisor for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has taught many courses since 2003.

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Dr. Andrew Holdnak

  • Position: Associate Professor - 4/469
  • Department: Global Hospitality & Tourism Management
  • Office Location:  FWB - Building 4, Room 69; Pensacola - Building 76, Room 119

Dr. Andrew Holdnak’s research has ranged from aspects of sports and environmental tourism to recreational fishing, the boating community, the acceptance of pets in campgrounds, and the role of factory stores and shopping centers in attracting tourists.

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Mr. John Ireton

  • Position: Instructor
  • Department: Mechanical Engineering
  • Office Location:  FWB - Building 2, Room 252

Mr. John Ireton holds a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Dr. Kathrine Johnson

  • Position: Associate Professor - 4/458
  • Department: Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • Office Location:  FWB - Building 4, Room 458

Dr. Kathrine Johnson is an Associate Professor and Coordinator of UWF’s Criminal Justice Program at its Fort Walton Beach campus.

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Dr. Marian Schultz

  • Position: Professor - 4/464
  • Department: Management and MIS
  • Office Location:  FWB - Building 4, Room 464

Dr. Marian Schultz has published over 100 peer-reviewed papers on numerous subjects. Recent research examined “Career Management of Fire Service Personnel” and women in a traditionally male field, “Does the Fire Station have a Glass Ceiling? Perceptions of Female Firefighters.”

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Dr. Bassam Shaer

  • Position: Associate Professor
  • Department: Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Office Location:  FWB - Building 2, Room 253

Dr. Bassam Shaer, an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has more than 20 years experience in teaching and research.