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AUGUSTA, GA – This story was a quick post to our news blog, that we intended to send out as a press release once we were able to identify all of the Teacher of the Year candidates who were Georgia … Continue reading
This story arose from a press release that I authored, and that the university sent out to local media. WJBF (110,00 unique visitors a month) picked up the story and ran with it.
This story was inspired by a presentation I developed for the Dean of the College of Education. It was given before a group of alumni board members, one of whom was impressed enough to use his connections to contact the … Continue reading
We developed this video to highlight the global impact of the GRU College of Education. With personal and professional ties to Belize, Scotland, Nigeria, Japan, and China, the role of the GRU College of Education is so much more than … Continue reading
At times, professors and program coordinators just need something they can stick in students’ and prospective students’ hands. These flyers were designed to give them a quick handout whenever they need them. They were also designed so that faculty had … Continue reading
Developed in conjunction with the GRU Office of Communications & Marketing. Designed to raise SEO via keyword-rich content development, and to offer a point-of-information for current students, potential students, and the community at large who might interested in a career … Continue reading
This story in the Feb. 27, 2014, edition of “The Augusta Chronicle” covered a scholarship grant that trains STEM majors to teach in K-12 settings. Click the image to open a PDF of the story.
Developed with the Georgia Regents University Office of Communications & Marketing.
This infographic gives a visual representation of my career path. I’ve learned valuable lessons from every employer, and I am grateful to them all for allowing me to succeed with their organizations, to hone my skills, and to find the … Continue reading