Dr. Mundie will serve as the charter Dean of the School of Science and Technology

Leaders with the new Georgia Gwinnett College selected an experienced researcher and teacher to develop their own science and technology programs.

Leaders with the new Georgia Gwinnett College selected an experienced researcher and teacher to develop their own science and technology programs.

Dr. Thomas Mundie brings 27 years of experience in research and higher education to his role as the first Dean of Science and Technology for GGC. His responsibilities include expanding course offerings with an aim of broadening the field of available degrees.

“GGC is both delighted and fortunate to add Dr. Mundie to our team,” says GGC’s Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs Stanley Preczewski. “His educational acumen and experiences advance our ability to achieve our vision for a 21st Century Campus as GGC prepares graduates to enter a hi-tech workplace.”

“As Georgia’s 21st Century college, it is only fitting that we offer advanced instruction covering existing and emerging technologies,” Dr. Mundie said. “I am confident that our graduates will be among some of the most skilled and job-ready available.”

Dr. Mundie was most recently a Professor of Life Science with the Department of Chemistry and Life Science at the United States Military Academy in West Point, N.Y where he taught a variety of introductory and advanced courses in the life sciences. In addition, he led research programs at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in Washington, D.C., and Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, HI resulting in publication of over 50 research articles.

He has received a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Mississippi State University and a doctorate in Pathophysiology from the Medical University of South Carolina.

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