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Catherine Kelly

Title: Part Time Faculty

Office: Downtown Office Building 5, Dahlonega
Areas of Expertise: English and Communications

Courses Taught

ENGL 1100 -- English Composition
COMM 1110 -- Public Speaking
COMM 1100 -- Introduction to Human Communication
BUSA 2108 -- Business Communications


  • Ed.S., Adult Learning, Higher Education, Admin. and Policy, University of Georgia
  • M.A., English, State University of Virginia at George Mason
  • B.A., English, State University of New York at Stony Brook

Research/Special Interests

Catherine completed a National Endowment for Humanities (NEH) fellowship in Anglo-Irish Literature pre-1600 at Notre Dame; additional NEH Landmark Grants for study at: Plymouth MA ( Mayflower: Native Americans and the Puritans), Boston College (John Adams), and Northeastern College (American Lyceum), and Savannah Landmarks In American History Workshop--African-American History and Culture in GA, Lowcountry. Additionally, she is the proud recipient of two Ron Taylor Awards for commitment to students and excellence in teaching: 2010 and 2011. Most recently, Catherine returned from Munich,Germany after presenting and participating in the 2013 International Journal of Arts and Sciences.

Personal Information

In 2013-14, while on sabbatical, she explored her favorite Irish writers' homes, Irish National Museums & Theaters, as well as European Art and Culture in Florence and Rome, Italy: the Vatican, the Uffizi and Academy Gallery. As member of the High Museum of Art and Metropolitan Museum of Art, and MOMA, Catherine is active in the arts in her community; additionally, she served from 2000-10 on the Board of the Humanities and Technology Association, has thirty years of college teaching experience in English and Communications and consults in her own communication firm. Catherine resides in Athens, GA with her husband, Sean, and is the mother of three amazing sons: Kevin (GSU), Daniel (UGA), and Matthew (UGA) Mammola.

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