Roy Hollingsworth, Ph.D.
Adjunct Instructor – Biology
Ph.D., Union Institute and University
M.A.Ed., Clemson University
B.S., Florida A&M University
Dr. Hollingsworth’s goal is to provide sound, scientifically based information to South Carolinians and help them use that information to improve the quality of their lives.
“A study of the characteristics of African American farm systems in the least developed counties in South Carolina”
“How U.S. residents perceive agriculture and farming today”
“Why are those clients with the most critical problems least likely to use the services of USDA agencies”
“Inequalities of race and ethnicity among African American farmers”
“Research in the human services”
“Persistent poverty in rural areas”
“The family: Initiation into society”
“Gender inequality in global perspective”
“The effects education in contemporary society has on job opportunities and leadership development among youth”
“Pesticides: The economics of safeguarding the U.S. food supply”