GGC staff co-author data management article




 

Linda Gilbert, assistant to the vice president for educational technology (retired); Juliana Lancaster, executive director of the Office of Plans, Policy and Analysis; Laura Ledford, executive director for Enrollment Management; and Jennifer H. Stephens, deputy chief of staff have co-authored an article titled, “Responsible Data Management,” published in Business Officer magazine.

The article describes best practices for data management including transparency and communication, understanding ownership of student data, defining access to data and structuring accountability and assessment.

Joye Cauthen




 

Joye Cauthen, administrative assistant for the Daniel J. Kaufman Library and Learning Center, recently presented at “Tales from the Southern Literary Trail, an Evening of Music and Drama,” hosted by the Moreland Cultural Arts Alliance in Moreland, Georgia, and at the Caroline Miller Museum in Baxley, Georgia.

Over the past six months, the Southern Literary Trail has hosted special events highlighting the achievements of writers from Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama who have made significant impacts in their professions. Cauthen shared the inspiring story of what motivated Miller, a young, inexperienced writer and mother of three, to create a novel, Lamb in His Bosom,” that would win Georgia’s first Pulitzer Prize for Literature.

Volunteer GGC program received its first President’s Volunteer Service Award




 

The Volunteer GGC program received its first President’s Volunteer Service Award recognizing more than 1,800 hours of service provided at 23 events over 12 months by 416 members of the GGC campus community. 

GGC Honored for Innovation in International Education




 

GGC is one of only eight colleges selected by the Institute of International Education (IIE) to be honored through its annual Andrew Heiskell Awards for Innovation in International Education. The college received an honorable mention in the Internationalizing the Campus award category for its “Internationalization of the Curriculum: Engaging the World to Develop Global Citizens” Quality Enhancement Plan that enhances student learning and the student learning environment by creating internationalized courses throughout the core curriculum, majors, and electives, as well as an elective Global Studies Certification including foreign languages, study abroad and a Global Studies Capstone course. This is GGC’s first international recognition.