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12 join university as clinical faculty

September 28, 2015
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In addition to new tenured and tenure-track faculty, UGA welcomes 12 new clinical faculty who are educators as well as practitioners in health and other professions.

Clinical faculty are involved in the supervision and training of students, interns or residents in professional settings. Like their tenure-track colleagues, they typically hold terminal degrees. Their scholarship varies, but often is focused on advancing professional practice or enhancing education in clinical settings.

New full-time clinical faculty for the 2015-2016 academic year are Tina Anderson, clinical assistant professor, College of Education, communication sciences and special education; Mona Behl, clinical assistant professor, Office of the Vice President for Public Service and Outreach, Sea Grant Program; Christopher M. Bland, clinical assistant professor, College of Pharmacy, clinical and administrative pharmacy; Alison G. Meindl, clinical assistant professor, College of Veterinary Medicine, small animal medicine and surgery; Sandie M. Bass-Ringdahl, clinical assistant professor, College of Education, communication sciences and special education; Christopher Mojock, clinical assistant professor, College of Education, kinesiology; Amy S. Murphy, clinical assistant professor, College of Education, educational theory and practice; Laura Nichols, clinical assistant professor, College of Education, communication sciences and special education; Elizabeth E. Saylor, clinical assistant professor, College of Education, educational theory and practice; Kimberlee J. Spencer, clinical assistant professor, College of Family and Consumer Sciences, human development and family science; Gregory Wade Vessels, clinical associate professor, College of Family and Consumer Sciences, textiles, merchandising and interiors; and Erin L. McConachie, clinical assistant professor, College of Veterinary Medicine, large animal medicine.

Source: Faculty Information Data Base, Sept. 14, 2015-OIR

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