In a move that is indicative of the growth of international programs at Clayton State University, Director of International Programs John Parkerson has recruited 20 Clayton State faculty and staff members to serve on an informal International Programs Advisory Committee.
The 20 individuals represent a cross-section of disciplines from throughout the University.
“The Office of International Programs wants your critical input as future international programs… for faculty, staff, students and research… are considered and designed,” said Parkerson in an email to committee members.
Faculty members on the committee include; Christopher Ward (associate professor of history); Victoria Pasley (assistant professor of history); Diane Prince (associate dean of the School of Business; Michael Deis (professor of management); Paul Melvin (assistant professor of biology); Catherine Deering (professor of psychology); Melanie Poudevigne (assistant professor and program coordinator of health and fitness management); Karen Weaver (associate professor of nursing); Kevin Demmitt (assistant vice president of academic outreach); Rafik Mohamed (chair of the Department of Social Sciences); Augustine Ayuk (assistant professor of political science); Gregory McNamara (associate professor of English); Eugene Ngezem (assistant professor of English); Susan Rashid Horn (assistant professor of English); Karen Young (associate professor of sociology); Nikki Finlay (assistant professor of economics); and Patrick Carney (director of bands). Also appointed to the committee are Spivey Hall Executive and Artistic Director Sam Dixon and Director of Development Reda Rowell.