Administrative Assistant (For General Questions/Non-CSM Major Information)
We have a wonderful administrative assistant, Ms. Jaely Cruz, that can help direct your questions and concerns to the appropriate person if you are unsure of the right contact. Also, if you are a student that is not in a major in the College of Science and Mathematics, please direct your concern to Ms. Cruz so that she can get you in contact with the appropriate advisor.
Biology (Last Name from A to G)
Michael is originally from Bristol, Virginia and completed his Bachelors of Science degree in Human Services and minor in Family Studies at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, Tennessee.
Biology (Last Name from H to O)
Sarah North Wolfe hails from the Pacific Northwest, earning her undergraduate degree in Behavioral Neuroscience from Western Washington University and her graduate degree in Experimental Psychology focusing on Student Development from Central Washington University. As an academic advisor, she finds fulfillment in supporting and respecting her students’ unique strengths and opportunities for growth. While she isn’t a Georgia native, she enjoys spending time outdoors, especially hiking around the Kennesaw Mountain trails.
Biology (Last Name from P to Z)
Mariah Liggins is originally from Chattanooga, Tennessee. She double majored in Women Studies and African American Studies at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She obtained her Masters of Science degree in Higher Education with a concentration in Leadership for Student Success from Walden University. Mariah attended The University of Ghana where she completed student teaching and, from this experience, was given the opportunity to work with students from a diverse background. She was inspired to continue in education and it gave her a cross cultural perspective on the educational system. Mariah has a passion for working with students and helping each student achieve their goals. Her advisement philosophy is "I believe in the philosophy that each student has the potential to succeed if given the tools to develop into well-rounded knowledgeable individuals by creating a sense of academic competency, purpose encouraged by connections to their Institution and independence inspired by a supportive environment." Mariah is not a GA native but enjoys hiking, participating in 5K runs and charity events with her sorority Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporate.
Environmental Science and Director of CSM Advising
Hannah Santoro loves working in higher education. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Kennesaw State University and her Master of Science degree in Public Policy from Georgia Tech. Her love for science really flourished at Georgia Tech when she co-taught an undergraduate course on ethics in biotechnology. She concentrated much of her graduate degree towards Health and Environmental Policy and Management. She has previously taught in KSU's Freshmen Seminar course and enjoys watching students start at KSU and soon graduate from KSU!
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Math & Physics
David Marsh has a background in Human Resources and teaching. He received an English B.A. from Kennesaw State University in 2012 and a Master’s degree in Communication from Georgia State University in 2015. He loves working with students and helping them to achieve their academic goals. After teaching at Kennesaw State part-time, David decided to work as an academic advisor so that he could help students on a full-time basis.
Career Planning & Development
Associate Dean for Student Success
Dr. Bell is the Associate Dean of Student Success for the College of Science and Mathematics (CSM). She has worked with Kennesaw State University since 1994 and has loved watching Kennesaw grow into the school it has become. Dr. Bell has her Ph.D. and Master of Science degrees in Mathematical Sciences from Clemson University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Western Carolina University. Dr. Bell is also part of the Department of Statistics faculty, teaching STAT 7010 Mathematical Statistics I.