Campbell finds working with first-year students interesting and enjoyable because he gets to guide them through the first year of college and they teach him how to alter instruction methods to accommodate their generational needs.
2LT Chase Strickland, who commissioned and graduated from UNG in May 2015, was ranked the top ROTC cadet in the nation his senior year.
Courtney Hall serves as an orientation leader because she "enjoys helping new students find as much to love about UNG as I have,".
Kastner believes dedication, effort and teamwork go a long way in developing an organization and its culture and you have to be involved to be part of those things.
Yu Sun feels the interactions between human and the environment cannot be separated. By using advanced geospatial techniques to analyze changes and predict future patterns, policies, planning, and management of the environment is significant.
Responsible for teaching pediatric physical therapy, Terrie Millard serves in the DPT program here at UNG.
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