Misty Dunlap is co-executive editor of BeanSwitch. She is currently a graduate student majoring in interdisciplinary education with a concentration in English. She enjoys reading and writing in all creative forms but is particularly fond of poetry. Her interest in being a part of BeanSwitch is to see the other side of the publication process and be involved in the creative community.
Sheila Scott is co-executive editor of BeanSwitch. She is currently a junior majoring in English with a concentration in writing and in communications with a concentration in news editorial. She enjoys reading and writing in both creative and non-fiction forms. Her interest in being a part of BeanSwitch is to gain experience as an editor and be involved in the creative community. She currently lives in Kenton with her husband and daughter.
Kalsey Stults is the visual editor of BeanSwitch. She is currently a senior communications major with a concentration in media design and a minor in English. She enjoys the visual aspects of the magazine as well as being able to recognize and support the talent of those around her.
Dr. Jeffery Longacre is the faculty advisor for BeanSwitch. He specializes in nineteenth- and twentieth-century British and Irish Literature.
Dr. Chris Hill is the faculty advisor for BeanSwitch. This is his first year as faculty advisor for BeanSwitch, and he will take over for Dr. Longacre for the spring semester. He is a proud Tar Heel who has been at UTM since 2005. He has one spouse, three children, a cat, and a dog. He reads many books and teaches some of the books he reads, especially Shakespeare and other Renaissance writers.
Ms. Tomi Parrish advises the student newspaper, The Pacer, and The Spirit, UTM’s yearbook/magazine, and oversees all business functions for those publications as well as for BeanSwitch. In her limited free time, she loves to read and spend time with her children and cats.