GGC's Dr. Dovile Budryte appears on the syndicated radio program "Scholars Circle"




 

Dr. Dovile Budryte, professor of political science, recently appeared on the syndicated, weekly radio program "Scholars Circle." She participated in a panel discussion on the topic, "What does acknowledgement and commemoration mean for genocide awareness and justice?" Produced by the University of Auckland, New Zealand, programs produced by "Scholars circle" are aired by several radio stations in the U.S.

Dr. Peter C. Sakaris coauthored a paper in the North American Journal of Fisheries Management

Dr. Peter C. Sakaris
Dr. Peter C. Sakaris


 

Dr. Peter C. Sakaris, professor of biology, coauthored a paper entitled, "Comparison of Two Otolith Processing Methods for Estimating Age of Three Catfish Species," which appeared in the North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Special Issue: Catfish 2020 – the 3rd International Catfish Symposium.

Drs. Keith A. Erickson and Peter C. Sakaris co-author paper in North American Journal of Fisheries Management

Dr. Keith A. Erickson
Dr. Keith A. Erickson
Dr. Peter C. Sakaris
Dr. Peter C. Sakaris

 

Dr. Keith A. Erickson, associate professor of mathematics, Dr. Peter C. Sakaris, professor of biology, and Hannah Conner, '21, mathematics, were co-authors on a paper entitled, "Hydrologic Effects on Growth and Hatching Success of Age‐0 Channel Catfish in the Tallapoosa River Basin: Implications for Management in Regulated Systems," which appeared in the North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Special Issue: Catfish 2020 – the 3rd International Catfish Symposium.

Georgia Asian Times names GGC's Dr. Binh Tran one of the 25 Most Influential Asian Americans in Georgia

Dr. Binh Tran
Dr. Binh Tran


 

Dr. Binh Tran, associate professor of information technology, has been named by the Georgia Asian Times (GAT) as one of the 2021 GAT 25 Most Influential Asian Americans in Georgia. Through this program, GAT recognizes Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders who make an impact in fields like business, education, community service and politics, and for their contributions and dedication in their roles within the community.

Grizzly Percussion Club and CMAP students present original music at the American Conference for Irish Studies Southern Conference

Dr. Marc Gilley
Dr. Marc Gilley
Drs. Todd Mueller
Drs. Todd Mueller
Dr. Rachael Fischer
Dr. Rachael Fischer
 

Members of the Grizzly Percussion Club and cinema and media arts production students presented original music at the American Conference for Irish Studies (ACIS) Southern Conference, recently hosted virtually by Lenoir-Rhyne University. The students were led by Drs. Marc Gilley and Todd Mueller, both associate professors of music. Dr. Rachael Fischer, assistant professor of music, provided a violin performance. A video of the group's performance of “Somewhere in Between," based on "The Gravel Walks" by Seamus Heaney, includes a discussion and credits. 

GGC’s Dr. Frank Smith elected moderator of a regional church court

Dr. Frank Smith
Dr. Frank Smith


 

Dr. Frank Smith, lecturer of history and pastor of Atlanta Reformed Presbyterian Church, was recently elected moderator of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America's Great Lakes-Gulf Presbytery, a regional church court with jurisdiction from Michigan to Florida.  

GGC's Dr. Leonard Anagho wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a survey of chemistry course

Dr. Leonard Anagho
Dr. Leonard Anagho


 

Dr. Leonard Anagho, associate professor of chemistry, won a $30,000 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a survey of chemistry 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 $98,000 per academic year.

GGC's Dr. Sairam Tangirala wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a physical science course

Dr. Sairam Tangirala
Dr. Sairam Tangirala


 

Dr. Sairam Tangirala, associate professor of physics, won a $5,238 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a physical science course in the science of everyday materials. The funding is provided by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents' Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant program.

GGC's Dr. Joshua Roberts wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a discrete mathematics course

Dr. Joshua Roberts
Dr. Joshua Roberts


 

Dr. Joshua Roberts, assistant professor of mathematics, won a $6,000 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a discrete mathematics course. The funding is provided by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents' Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant program.

GGC's Janice Alves wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a quantitative reasoning course

Janice Alves
Janice Alves


 

Janice Alves, instructor of mathematics, won a $30,000 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a quantitative reasoning 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 $61,000 per academic year.

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