Dr. Shoshana Katzman wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a cell biology course

Dr. Shoshana Katzman
Dr. Shoshana Katzman



 

Dr. Shoshana Katzman, assistant professor of biology, won a $25,800 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a cell biology course. The funding is provided by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents' Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant program. The project will save GGC students more than $47,000.

Dr. Shuhua Lai wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a web development course

Dr. Shuhua Lai
Dr. Shuhua Lai



 

Dr. Shuhua Lai, professor of information technology, won a $10,800 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a web development course. The funding is provided by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents' Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant program. The project will save GGC students more than $18,000.  

Dr. Cengiz Gunay wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a software development course

Dr. Cengiz Gunay
Dr. Cengiz Gunay



 

Dr. Cengiz Gunay, assistant professor of information technology, won a $10,800 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a software development course. The funding is provided by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents' Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant program. The project will save GGC students more than $20,000. 

Dr. Skanda Vivek wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for several mathematics courses

Dr. Skanda Vivek
Dr. Skanda Vivek



 

Dr. Skanda Vivek, assistant professor of physics, won a $10,800 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for several mathematics courses. The funding is provided by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents' Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant program. The project will save GGC students more than $59,000.

Dr. Hyesung Park wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a Java programming course

Dr. Hyesung Park
Dr. Hyesung Park



 

Dr. Hyesung Park, assistant professor of information technology, won a $30,000 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a Java programming course. The funding is provided by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents' Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant program. The project will save GGC students about $87,350.

Dr. Shuting Xu wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a web technologies course

Dr. Shuting Xu
Dr. Shuting Xu



 

Dr. Shuting Xu, associate professor of IT, won a $4,800 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a web technologies course. The funding is provided by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents' Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant program.

Dr. Todd Lindley wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for introductory geography courses

Dr. Todd Lindley
Dr. Todd Lindley



 

Dr. Todd Lindley, associate professor of geography, won a $4,800 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for introductory geography courses. The funding is provided by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents' Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant program.

Dr. Beth Mauldin wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for French courses

Dr. Beth Mauldin
Dr. Beth Mauldin



 

Dr. Beth Mauldin, associate professor of French, won a $4,800 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for French courses. The funding is provided by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents' Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant program.

Dr. Joycelyn Streator wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a digital media course

Dr. Joycelyn Streator
Dr. Joycelyn Streator



 

Dr. Joycelyn Streator, associate professor of information technology, won a $2,800 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a digital media course. The funding is provided by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents' Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant program.

GGC students earn Certification in Biochemistry





 

Because the GGC's biology degree program's biochemistry concentration is accredited by the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, students in that concentration are eligible to take the organization's national certification exam. This year, 40 percent of students nationally earned Certification in Biochemistry and 16 percent earned their with Distinction. GGC degree-seeking students earning certification are:

Certified

  • Ahmad Chaudhary, '21
  • Kelly Kencade-Pichon, '20
  • Jacob Miller, '20
  • Nina Rider, '20
  • Courtney Walters, '20

Certified with Distinction

  • Giselle Lopez Fernandez, '20
  • Monica Macias Esparza, '20
  • Mohammad Salman, post-baccalaureate