D'Unger Elected President of Georgia Tech Academic Advising Network

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Dr. Amy D’Unger, Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies in the School History, Technology, and Society, is the newly elected President of the Georgia Tech Academic Advisors Network (GTAAN) for 2010 - 2011.

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Dr. Amy D’Unger, Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies in the School History, Technology, and Society, is the newly elected President of the Georgia Tech Academic Advisors Network (GTAAN) for 2010 - 2011.  GTAAN networks advisors, as well as some faculty, staff and support personnel across campus, providing access to information about campus resources and best practices in advising. As President, D’Unger oversees the Advising Certificate Program, serves as Academic Advising representative for various campus committees, and communicates advising concerns to the vice-provost’s office. D’Unger succeeds International Affair’s Stephanie Jackson as President. Also on this year’s GTAAN Executive Board are Vince Pedicino (INTA), and Katie Raczynski (LCC/CM). Elizabeth Miller (IAC/SPP) is also extremely active on the board and serves as webmaster for the organization.

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  • Created On: Sep 24, 2010 - 10:54am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:07pm