Office: HEC 3008
Holly Pae is a Professor of Learning Disabilities in the School of Education (SOE). She earned her doctorate degree from West Virginia University. Since coming to USC Upstate, she has been a primary investigator for three grant projects (Project CREATE, Learning Disability OSEP Program Improvement Project and GEAR UP) totaling over 1.6 million dollars, served as a Board Examiner and the SOE Institutional Report author for NCATE. Her most recent co-authored article, "Building special education teacher capacity in rural schools: Impact of a grow your own program" received The Rural Special Education Quarterly 2015 Outstanding Research Article Award. She is currently serving as Faculty Chair.
Office: Media 108
Paul Grady is an Associate Professor of History specializing in Colonial and Early American Republic history. He also teaches the history of American Indians and Colonial Latin America. He received his Ph.D. from the College of William and Mary and is the author of Anglo-Spanish Rivalry in Colonial South-East America, 1650-1725 and the co-editor of and contributor to Recovering the Piedmont Past: Unexplored Moments in Nineteenth-century Upcountry South Carolina History. He is currently serving for one year as the former Faculty Chair.
Office: Media 308
Calvin is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and earned his doctorate from Indiana University, Bloomington. He specializes in Medical Sociology and also teaches Sociology of Aging and Sociology of Mental Health and Illness. Calvin is the author of Theory-driven HIV/AIDS Prevention. Calvin is the is the Faculty Recording Secretary.