Three outstanding faculty members at UGA have been selected as this year’s recipients of the Service-Learning Excellence Awards. Emily Sahakian, assistant professor of theatre and film studies and romance languages in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, and Gretchen Thomas, instructor in career and information studies in the College of Education have been named the 2016 Service-Learning Teaching Excellence awardees. Kimberly Skobba, assistant professor in financial planning, housing, and consumer economics in the College of Family & Consumer Sciences, is the 2016 recipient of the Service-Learning Research Excellence award. All three will be recognized at UGA’s faculty recognition banquet in April, and receive a $2,500 faculty development grant to sustain, enhance, or develop their service-learning work.
- UGA’s Archway Partnership wins regional award for outreach
- Campers get hands-on career education experiences through UGA’s Summer Academy
- Atlanta industry funds engineering summer camp at UGA for minority students
- UGA will feed more local residents this fall with Campus Kitchen on wheels
- UGA new faculty get a tour of the state
- McDuffie County expands leadership pipeline with UGA support