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Faculty and Staff

College of Arts & Letters

Vanessa Bamber
Vanessa Bamber, Development Officer for the College of Arts & Letters
Barnes Hall, 308, Dahlonega
Connie Esford
Connie Esford, Staff Associate
Music, 100, Gainesville
Donna Foster
Mrs. Donna Foster, Office Administrator
Strickland Academic, 179 , Gainesville
Christopher Jespersen
Christopher Jespersen, Ph.D., Dean, College of Arts & Letters
Barnes Hall, 318, Dahlonega
Ric Kabat
Ric Kabat, Ph.D., Associate Dean, College of Arts & Letters
Nesbitt Academic Building, 4120, Gainesville
Liyi Li
Liyi Li, Part Time Chinese Flagship Online Tutor
Timothy May
Timothy May, Ph.D., Associate Dean, College of Arts & Letters, Professor of Central Eurasian History
Barnes Hall, 314, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Mongol Empire, Mongolia, Central Eurasian history, Islamic history, the Crusades
Jeanine Merck
Ms. Jeanine Merck, Administrative Assistant III
Nesbitt Academic Building, 4120, Gainesville
Edward Mienie
Dr. Edward Mienie, Executive Director, Strategic Studies Program & Partnerships and Associate Professor of Strategic & Security Studies
Hansford Hall, 319, Dahlonega
Laura Mullins
Ms. Laura Mullins, Assistant to the Dean II
Barnes Hall, 316, Dahlonega
Jordan Murdock
Jordan Murdock, Program Coordinator-Project GO & SLI
Barnes Hall, 313, Dahlonega
Laura Ng
Dr. Laura Ng, Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Letters and Professor
Faculty Center, 721, Oconee
Area(s) of Expertise: Gender, 20th Century literature, and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Robert Raner
Robert Raner, Casual Labor
Mingchen Zhao
Mingchen Zhao, Part Time Chinese Flagship Tutor

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