Center for Teaching Excellence Faculty Development

The Center for Teaching Excellence offers a broad range of programming and services to support faculty in the teaching and learning mission of GGC. Browse upcoming opportunities and let us know how we can assist you.

 
Engage group of faculty during CTE professional development event
 
Dr. Laura Young

GGC researchers break down the impact scientists play in climate change acceptance

Bachelor of Arts in political science

An overwhelming majority of scientists – 97 percent – agree on anthropogenic global warming. Still, the remaining three percent play an impactful role in keeping the debate about the reality of climate change alive.

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GGC students sifting for artifacts at Harris Homestead archeology dig

Missing persons: GGC anthropology project pieces together lives of William Harris Homestead enslaved people

Bachelor of Arts in history
Bachelor of Arts in political science
Anthropology minor

At least 18 people have gone missing on a bucolic farm 30 minutes west of Athens, and Dr. Kathryn Deeley, assistant professor of anthropology, and her students aim to find them.

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Get COVID-19 Vaccine Information

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On Campus Drop-in Vaccination Dates

GGC partners with Community Organized Relief Effort (CORE) to provide COVID-19 vaccine clinics on campus for Pfizer-BioNTech first and second vaccine doses and Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen single vaccine dose. CORE will also offer booster shots.

Student Center, room 3150
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays through June