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College of Coastal Georgia Announces 2018 Faculty Promotions
Posted 04/13/2018 01:08PM

The College of Coastal Georgia's Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to announce the awarding of tenure and/or promotion of 10 faculty members. Their new status will become effective at the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year in August.

Congratulations to the faculty members who have been recognized for their hard work and commitment to providing Coastal Georgia students with academic instruction of the highest quality.


The following faculty were awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor:

School of Arts and Sciences

Department of Arts & Humanities

Dr. Catherine Culver – Assistant Professor to Associate Professor of Philosophy

Dr. Tate Holbrook – Assistant Professor to Associate Professor of Biology

Dr. Orsolya Kolozsvari – Assistant Professor to Associate Professor of Sociology

Dr. Charlsie Myers – Assistant Professor to Associate Professor of Psychology

Dr. Christopher Wilhelm – Assistant Professor to Associate Professor of History


Department of Natural Sciences

Dr. Colleen Knight – Assistant Professor to Associate Professor of Chemistry


School of Education, Health Sciences & Nursing

Department of Nursing & Health Sciences

Dr. Lydia Watkins – Assistant Professor to Associate Professor of Nursing


The following faculty member has been promoted to associate professor:

School of Arts & Sciences

Department of Arts & Humanities

Mr. Tyler Bagwell—Assistant Professor to Associate Professor of Speech Communications


The following faculty are tenured and being promoted to full professor:

School of Arts & Sciences

Department of Arts & Humanities

Mr. Jeff LeMieux – Associate Professor to Professor of Art

Dr. Patrizia Stahl– Associate Professor to Professor of History


"The College of Coastal Georgia is fortunate to have this caliber faculty. Our faculty is committed to providing students with excellent instruction and valuable academic experiences both in and beyond the classroom. The scholarship in their respective areas of research as well as their oversite of student research elevates the academic life of the College. Moreover, the care and encouragement they show to our students is at the heart of what makes the College of Coastal Georgia such a special place," said Interim Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Kay Hampton. "I congratulate all of the professors who are being promoted and or tenured and thank them for their commitment and continued service to the College, its students, and academia."

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