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.

GGC's Dr. Catherine Thomas wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for the GGC first-year seminar course

Dr. Catherine Thomas
Dr. Catherine Thomas


 

Dr. Catherine Thomas, professor of English and associate dean for Student Success Programs, won a $6,059 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for the GGC first-year seminar 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 $6,000 per academic year.

GGC's Dr. Gillian Rudd wins grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for chemistry course

Dr. Gillian Rudd
Dr. Gillian Rudd


 

Dr. Gillian Rudd, professor of chemistry, won a $30,000 grant to develop low- or no-cost instructional materials for a chemistry course and its lab. 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 $28,000 per academic year.

GGC professors present at the American Physical Society's March 2021 Meeting

Dr. Sairam Tangirala
Dr. Sairam Tangirala
Dr. Tae Song Lee
Dr. Tae Song Lee
Dr. Skanda Vivek
Dr. Skanda Vivek
 

Dr. Sairam Tangirala, associate professor of physics, and Drs. Tae Song Lee and Skanda Vivek, both assistant professors of physics, presented three talks at the recent American Physical Society's March 2021 Meeting that summarized scientific research performed by students Khamla Thavone, '20, biology, and Ashkar Awal, now at Georgia Tech. Abstracts of the research may be found in the author index at the meeting's link.

Dr. Tyler Yu selected to serve on the Gwinnett Community Advisory Task Force

Dr. Tyler Yu
Dr. Tyler Yu


 

Dr. Tyler Yu, dean of Georgia Gwinnett College's School of Business, was recently selected to serve on the Gwinnett Community Advisory Task Force for the Rowen Foundation. The task force will work with foundation staff, governing board and others to ensure that broad community input is secured as the 2,000-acre knowledge community of Rowen moves deeper into its planning phases. Including research facilities, offices, public spaces and residences, Rowen will offer opportunities in areas such as agricultural, environmental and medical research.