Madison Preston, ’21, received the American Chemical Society’s 2020 Undergraduate Student Award in Environmental Chemistry

Madison Preston
Madison Preston
Dr. Seungjin Lee
Dr. Seungjin Lee

 

Madison Preston, ’21, chemistry, received the American Chemical Society’s 2020 Undergraduate Student Award in Environmental Chemistry. She conducted productive research under the supervision of Dr. Seungjin Lee, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, with outcomes influential in synthesis and application of hydrogels for nutrients recycling from human urine. This is the fourth consecutive year that a GGC student has won this national award.

Dr. Edward G. Simmons contributed two chapters to the book, "The Spiritual Danger of Donald Trump: 30 Evangelical Christians on Justice, Truth, and Moral Integrity"

Dr. Edward G. Simmons
Dr. Edward G. Simmons
Dr. David Ludden
Dr. David Ludden

 

Dr. Edward G. Simmons, part-time history instructor, contributed two chapters to the book, "The Spiritual Danger of Donald Trump: 30 Evangelical Christians on Justice, Truth, and Moral Integrity." One chapter was written with Dr. David Ludden, professor of psychology. The book is currently on Amazon’s list of best sellers under Christian Ethics.

Dr. Dovile Budryte invited to join the editorial board of the International Studies Association

Dr. Dovile Budryte
Dr. Dovile Budryte


 

Dr. Dovile Budryte, professor of political science, was invited to join the editorial board of the International Studies Association's new, open-access, peer-reviewed journal, "Global Studies Quarterly," launching this fall.

Dr. Ajay Mallia named a Fellow of the American Chemical Society

Dr. Ajay Mallia
Dr. Ajay Mallia


 

Dr. Ajay Mallia, associate professor of chemistry, has been named a Fellow of the American Chemical Society in recognition of the outstanding achievements in and contributions to science, the profession and the society.

Dr. Amy Farah receives the 2020 Post-Secondary Teacher of the Year Award

Dr. Amy Farah
Dr. Amy Farah


 

Dr. Amy Farah, associate professor of teacher education, received the 2020 Post-Secondary Teacher of the Year Award from the Georgia Association of Teachers of Family & Consumer Sciences. The award honors her outreach and collaborative work with high school students and their advisors. Each year, she coordinates bringing high school students interested in the teaching profession to GGC for a conference. She also serves on local high school advisory boards as a community partner in education.