Frank Mann, professor, earned his A.A. at Emmanuel College, B.S. at the University of Georgia, M.A.T. at Converse College and Ed.D. at the University of Georgia. He has done postdoctoral studies at UGA, the University of Wisconsin, and Wake Forest University. Dr. Mann has taught at EC since 1974. He currently teaches physics, physical science and earth science and directs science majors’ research projects. In 2002, he received an Appalachian Regional Commission Fellowship and did research inside the National Labs at Oak Ridge, Tenn. He travels to elementary schools with a science demo program. In 2008 he took this to young children on a missions trip to Thailand.
Dr. Mann and his wife, Carolyn, attend the Franklin Springs IPHC Church. They have two adult children, Andrew and Allison. He enjoys golf in his spare time.