Betty Wood, administrative assistant – School of Science and Technology, won the GGC 2014 Outstanding Staff Award.
David Cook, MFA, professor of art, has been ranked fourth in the nation by mtvU’s Rate My Professors, a Web site where students can rated their college instructors.
Dr. Diane White, dean of the School of Health Sciences, has received national recognition from the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses and the AACN Certification Corporation for continuously maintaining her CCRN certification for 20 years.
Dr. Dovile Budryte, professor of political science, was named the 2015 recipient of the University System of Georgia Board of Regents Teaching Excellence Award. She also received the 2014 GGC Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award.
Dr. Jennifer H. Stephens, associate vice president for Public Affairs, attended the 2014 Harvard Graduate School’s Institute for Management and Leadership. In addition, the Institute of Higher Education at the University of Georgia selected Dr. Stephens one of its Outstanding Alumni.
Dr. Kamal Kakish, assistant professor of information technology and assistant dean – School of Science and Technology, won the GGC 2014 Outstanding Faculty Service Award.
Dr. Kristine Nagel, associate professor of Information Technology, served as vice general co-chair of the 2014 STARS Celebration Conference in Washington, DC, which was attended by students and faculty from more than 40 institutions and focused on developing student leaders to broaden participation in computing. Nagel participated in a panel on sustaining student teams, led a session on developing engaging… Read more →
Dr. Linda Hughes, associate professor of educational foundations, is author of the book, What We Talk About When We’re Over 60, a collection of funny, touching and inspiring stories from 30 women.
Dr. Nannette Napier, associate professor of management information systems and decision sciences, published a paper titled, “Digital Options Theory for IT Capability Investment,” in the Journal of the Association for Information Systems. She also won the GGC 2014 Outstanding Student Engagement Award.
Dr. Peter Meso, associate professor of information technology, won the GGC 2014 Outstanding Scholarship and Creative Activities Award.
September 17 was designated “Stanley C. Preczewski Day” by the City of Milledgeville, Georgia, in recognition of his service and contributions to the community while serving as interim president of Georgia College. He now serves as GGC’s president.
Dr. Steven Platek, associate professor of psychology, was recently named president of the Applied Evolutionary Psychology/Science Society.
Dr. Todd Mueller, assistant professor of music, will be a soloist alongside Mark Yancich of the Atlanta Symphony on Oliverio’s “Dynasty” double timpani concerto with the Asheville Symphony, Nov. 22, 8 p.m. at the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium in Asheville, N.C.
Dr. Xin Xu, associate professor of information technology, won the Outstanding Faculty Liaison Award at the 2014 STARS Celebration Conference in Washington, DC. Xu has served as a charter board member and faculty team mentor to the Technology Ambassador Program (TAP). Her work is essential to keeping TAP students excited about their IT major, the TAP program and their future… Read more →
Georgia Gwinnett College was named the most diverse regional Southern college in the U.S. News & World Report 2015 College Compass.
Georgia Gwinnett College won one of the City of Lawrenceville’s 2014 Golden Hammer Awards, which honor local businesses for contributions to revitalization and growth throughout the community. The college’s Allied Health and Sciences Building earned the Outstanding New Construction (Large Business/Organization) Award.
Jaimie Carboy, instructor of sociology, has been accepted to present at the 2014 Association for Public Policy & Management Conference in Albuquerque, N.M. Her presentations are entitled, “Gendered Political Economy, Transnational Advocacy Networks, and Praxis: Gender, the Dissemination of Knowledge & Policy,” and, “Latino/a Immigration: the Status of Social Services in New Immigrant Communities.”
Katie Buell, assistant director of Wellness Programming, went on a summer medical mission trip to Tanzania. She worked with local doctors and teachers to provide vision screenings, dental health education, first aid, infectious disease treatments and other services to about 300 children and 100 adults.
Maria “Maribel” Fernandez, instructor of biology, won the GGC 2014 Outstanding Part-time Faculty Teaching Award.
Rod Reilly, photographer/videographer – Office of Public Affairs, won the GGC 2014 Outstanding Staff Award.
Torrez M. Wilson, coordinator of Student Involvement, has been selected as a Leadership Fellow for the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA). The program aims to increase the diversity of the association’s leadership through familiarizing NACA members of underrepresented ethnicities to with the association’s governance, programs, and professional development opportunities at the regional and national levels.