Christine P. Rosen
CFRE International has named Christine P. Rosen as a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE). Rosen, executive director of Individual Engagement, joins more than 5,500 professionals around the world who hold the CFRE designation.
Camille Chang Gilmore, Boston Scientific's vice president of Human Resources and global chief diversity officer, was recently named one of Savoy Magazine's "2016 Top Influential Women in Corporate America." Gilmore has served on the GGC School of Business Board of Visitors since 2013 and was a pilot member of the school's Corporate Affiliates Program in 2016.
Dr. Rhiannon Evangelista
Dr. Rhiannon Evangelista, assistant professor of history, recently received the 2015 Christopher Seton Watson prize, awarded annually to the best article published in Modern Italy, the journal of the Association for the Study of Modern Italy. Her article, “The particular kindness of friends: ex-Fascists, clientage and the transition to democracy in Italy, 1945–1960,” was published in the journal’s November 2015 printed edition and posted online in May 2016.
Peer Health Educators team
The Office of Wellness Programming’s Peer Health Educators Team won Outstanding Program of the Year for its interactive HIV prevention presentation, "HIV High/Low/No Risk," at the 2016 BACCHUS Initiatives of NASPA General Assembly, held Nov. 17-20 in Kansas City, Mo. The Grizzlies also presented a program titled, "What's Your Intimacy Time Line?" The team included student Peer Educators Guilouse Grandoit, ’17, business, Teresa Fowler, ’17, exercise science, and TeRae Caldwell, ’18, biology, as well as Assistant Director of Wellness Programming Katie Buell. This conference is the premier educational and networking opportunity for Peer Health Educators. This national conference allows students to inspire, share ideas and build exceptional peer educational programs and strategies in health, safety and student leadership.
LaToya Denbow, ’13, early childhood education, was selected the Teacher of the Year for 2016-17 for Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Beaver Ridge Elementary School, where she teaches kindergarten.
The GGC Academic Enhancement Center's TIC-TAC-TOE program won a University System of Georgia Chancellor’s Service Excellence Student Improvement Initiative Team Award – Silver Level.
Dr. David Ludden
Dr. David Ludden, professor of psychology, appeared with comedian Ilana Glazer at The Rubin Museum in New York during the October session of the museum’s fall presentation series, "The Wisdom Matrix," which explored how people make decisions. Ludden and Glazer discussed the topic of intuition.
Dan Cassavaugh, director of Digital Communications, has been elected to serve on the board of directors for the Georgia Education Advancement Council. This organization brings together representatives from the public, private and technical colleges and universities in the state of Georgia from the areas of alumni relations, public relations and development.