UGA Graduate School Dean Finalists To Visit Athens

first_imgAdd to My List In My List Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party Share For Whom The Bell Rings And then there were four.The University of Georgia has trimmed its list of candidates for the dean of UGA’s Graduate School.The four finalists will visit the Athens campus over the next few weeks.Here is a list of the candidates, along with the dates in which they will give their public presentations:— March 23: Suzanne Barbour, program director in the Division of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences of the National Science Foundation;— March 25: Juli Wade, professor and chair of the department of psychology at Michigan State University;— March 30: William Graves, professor of horticulture and associate dean of the Graduate College at Iowa State University;— April 17: Carolyn Drews-Botsch, professor and vice chair of academic affairs in the department of epidemiology at Emory University.  The Graduate School coordinates and administers graduate programs at UGA. It offers the Master of Arts in 35 disciplines, the Master of Science in 51 disciplines and the Doctor of Philosophy in 79 disciplines. Professional master’s degrees are available in 32 areas, and professional doctoral degrees are offered in education, music and public health. The Graduate School also awards the Master of Education in 19 areas, the Specialist in Education in 19 areas and the Doctor of Education in 12 areas Related Storieslast_img read more