Degrees, with Field, Institution and Date
B.S., Forestry, Mississippi State University 1977M.S. Forest Management-Economics, Mississippi State
1980 Ph.D., Forest Management-Economics Virginia Polytechnic 1983
August 1983 - June 1988: Assistant Professor of Forest Economics, Mississippi State University. Assistant Forester, Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.
July 1988 - June 1994: Associate Professor of Forest Economics, Mississippi State University, Associate Forester, Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.
July 1994 - April 1999: Professor of Forest Economics, Mississippi State University, Associate Forester, Mississippi Forest and Wildlife Research Center.
April 1999 - July 2002: Sharp Professor of Forest Economics, Mississippi State University, Associate Forester, Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.
July 2001 - October 2004: Director, Institute of Furniture Manufacturing and Management, Mississippi Forest and Wildlife Research Center
January 2002 - January 2003: Interim Department Head, Department of Forest Products, Mississippi State University
July 2003 - October 2004: Interim Department Head, Department of Forestry, Mississippi State University
November 2004 - June 2009: Professor and Chair, Department of Forestry, University of Kentucky
July 2009 - July 2015: Dean, Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture, Stephen F. Austin State University
December 2009 - July 2015: Dean, Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture, Stephen F. Austin State University, Henry M. Rockwell Chair of Forestry
July 2015 - April 2016: Interim Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs , Stephen F. Austin State University, Henry M. Rockwell Chair of Forestry
April 2016: - present: Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs, Stephen F. Austin State University, Henry M. Rockwell Chair of Forestry
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Dr. Marc Guidry was appointed Associate Provost of Academic Affairs on June 4, 2018, after serving as Associate Dean of the College of Liberal and Applied Arts since September, 2012. He joined SFA in 1999 as an assistant professor of English. He was promoted to full professor of English in 2013.
Dr. Guidry earned his B.A. with a major in English and a minor in philosophy in 1987 from Loyola University New Orleans, graduating summa cum laude. He earned his Ph.D. with a major in English and a minor in philosophy from Louisiana State University in 1997. He did his dissertation on Geoffrey Chaucer's magisterial medieval British masterwork, The Canterbury Tales. While at LSU, he won the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Committee "Keeping the Dream Alive" award and the Lewis P. Simpson Outstanding Dissertation Award.
Dr. Guidry has published an illustrated edition of Chaucer's Knight's Tale and an assortment of journal articles and chapters on Chaucer and other medieval British poets. He has presented on Chaucer at the International Medieval Congress at the University of Leeds in Great Britain, and has presented on both British and American authors at several conferences across the United States.
Dr. Guidry has taught dozens of different classes in British and world literature, linguistics, and freshman composition. He served as SFA's Faculty Senate chair in 2007-2008, and has served on scores of university, college, and department committees.
Dr. Guidry is married to Monique Saccente, a CPA employed with Compensation Strategies Group based out of Beaumont, Texas. Their daughter Gabrielle is a music education major at SFA who will be graduating in May 2019. She is a member of the Lumberjack Marching Band, Wind Ensemble, and the Pinewoods Symphony. Their son Joseph is entering his sophomore year at the University of Texas Austin, where he is a double physics-astronomy major. Joseph received a research fellowship at the end of his freshman year to study outbursts in white dwarf stars at the McDonald Observatory.
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After growing up in England and leaving her home town of Ipswich in 2003, Sharon has been working as Executive Assistant to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs since January 2004. Sharon's husband, Lee, is a native of Nacogdoches and was serving in the United States Air Force in England when they met.
They have two daughters. Emily graduated from SFA with a degree in digital media in 2014 and works as a graphic designer for Texas Size Bling in Nacogdoches. Georgia is a sophomore at Stephen F. Austin studying marketing in the Nelson Rusche College of Business and is a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority. Sharon is a very proud grandmother of Atticus George Dodson, who was born in April 2015.
Sharon is a Certified Public Manager and a graduate of the 2008/2009 class of the Leadership Nacogdoches Program. Sharon is on the board of Young Life and a co-ambassador for the Chamber of Commerce.
Sharon is the longest serving member of Academic Affairs, having worked for three previous provosts.
Alisha is from Nacogdoches and is a SFA alum. She graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor in Business Administration and Master in Professional Accountancy. Alisha worked in Academic Affairs as a student assistant for 5 years during her time at SFA and was also a member of Beta Alpha Psi and Beta Gamma Sigma.
After graduation, Alisha married her husband, Colten, and moved to Houston. While in Houston, Alisha worked as an audit associate for BKD, a middle market public accounting firm. During this time, she primarily focused on Financial Services and Governmental/Not-for-profit audits, then ultimately specialized in Investment Fund audits. Alisha also obtained her Certified Public Accountant license during her time at BKD.
Alisha and her husband eventually chose to move back to Nacogdoches, where she has been the Budget Analyst for Academic Affairs since November 2018.