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Dr. Katherine Kipp selected as 2017 Governor's Teaching Fellow

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Dr. Katherine Kipp, professor of psychological science at UNG, was one of 15 faculty from across the state selected as a 2017 Governor’s Teaching Fellow.

Dr. Katherine Kipp, professor of psychological science at the University of North Georgia (UNG) was selected as a 2017 Governor’s Teaching Fellow for the academic year symposium program. As one of 15 faculty members from institutions of higher education across the state, Kipp was selected after a highly competitive application and selection process.

"When I found out about my selection to the program, I was thrilled and excited," said Kipp. "I was also humbled and gracious to be selected from a superior set of applicants from all over the state."

The Governor's Teaching Fellows Program was established in 1995 by Gov. Zell Miller to provide Georgia's higher education faculty with expanded opportunities for developing important teaching skills. The program addresses faculty members' pressing need to use emerging technologies and instructional tools that are becoming increasingly important for learning in today's society.

Kipp earned a bachelor's degree, master's degree and a doctorate in developmental psychology from Florida Atlantic University (FAU). Kipp has been a professor at UNG since 2013; previously she taught at Gainesville State College from 2007-2012.

"I hope this experience will help me become a more effective teacher and learn more about facilitating student learning and success," Kipp said. "Consistent with our mission here at UNG, I expect to become a more active and engaged citizen of UNG and my professional world."

The Governor’s Teaching Fellows Program is an outreach program of the Institute of Higher Education at the University of Georgia.  To learn more about the Institute of Higher Education and the Governor’s Teaching Fellows Program, visit the website.

 

 

 

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