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Jul. 17 2017

New registrar, associate VP for instruction named

Fiona Liken became registrar and associate vice president for instruction July 1, overseeing the Office of the Registrar and the Office of Curriculum Systems.

May. 1 2017

Five faculty members receive First-Year Odyssey Teaching Awards

Five UGA faculty were honored with 2017 First-Year Odyssey Teaching Awards at a reception held April 12 celebrating the continued success of the First-Year Odyssey Seminar program. 

Apr. 20 2017

New director named for Lilly Teaching Fellows Program

Steven Lewis, a faculty member in the physics and astronomy department of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, has been named the incoming director of the Lilly Teaching Fellows Program in UGA's Center for Teaching and Learning.

Apr. 17 2017

Griffeth to lead Office of Academic Honesty and Integrity

Phillip Comer Griffeth has been named director of UGA's Office of Academic Honesty and Integrity.

Apr. 17 2017

Outstanding Academic Advisors 2017

Two University of Georgia advisors have received an Outstanding Undergraduate Academic Advising Award.

Feb. 6 2017

Mittelstadt named CTL assistant director

Megan Mittelstadt, the former director of training and education in the Landry Cancer Biology Consortium at Harvard Medical School, has been named assistant director of faculty development and recognition in UGA's Center for Teaching and Learning. Mittelstadt began her new position Feb. 1.

Jan. 30 2017

New Office of Online Learning director named

Following a national search, Stephen P. Balfour has been named director of the UGA Office of Online Learning. Balfour will begin his new position Feb. 1.

Jan. 30 2017

CTL’s spring national speaker series, workshops to give fresh spin on topics

The Center for Teaching and Learning's spring speaker series and accompanying workshops will feature a fresh spin on teaching and learning topics such as active learning, writing, digital learning, educational and survey research, and programmatic assessment. 

Dec. 5 2016

University registrar set to retire in January

Jan Hathcote will walk through the front door of the Holmes-Hunter Academic Building for the last time as registrar Jan. 4.

Oct. 10 2016

Veteran administrator named associate VP for instruction

William K. Vencill, a professor and veteran administrator in the crop and soil sciences department at UGA, has been named associate vice president for instruction. The appointment was effective Oct. 1.

Sep. 12 2016

Hagood named Division of Academic Enhancement director

Following a national search, Thomas Chase Hagood has been named director of UGA's Division of Academic Enhancement. Hagood began his new position Sept. 7.

Sep. 6 2016

Exploratory Center provides personal advising services

UGA dedicated on Aug. 24 the Exploratory Center, a new resource that provides personalized advising services for students who need help choosing a major, as well as for intended business and journalism majors.

Aug. 8 2016

Ronald Cervero returns to College of Education as associate dean

Ronald Cervero, associate vice president for instruction, has been appointed associate dean for outreach and engagement in the College of Education.

Apr. 25 2016

Symposium focuses on strategies for integrative teaching, learning

Approximately 60 faculty members and administrators gathered in early April to discuss integrative teaching and learning at the UGA Teaching Academy's 26th annual Academic Affairs Faculty Symposium.

Apr. 18 2016

Five receive FYO teaching awards

Five UGA faculty members were honored with 2016 First-Year Odyssey Teaching Awards at an April 7 reception celebrating the continued success of the First-Year Odyssey Seminar Program.

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