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Academic Planning

USG Faculty Council

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The University System of Georgia Faculty Council is an advisory body for the Chancellor of the University System of Georgia. Its members represent all 35 institutions within the University System of Georgia and holds two meetings a year.

USG Faculty Council website

Committee Representatives

Committee Directory

Institution Representative Contact Information

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

Shawn Seat

Albany State University

Armstrong State University

Robert LeFavi

Atlanta Metropolitan College

Alvin Harmon

Augusta State University

Peter Basciano

Bainbridge State College

Carol Adams

Clayton State University

David Williams

College of Coastal Georgia

Jeff LeMieux

Columbus State University

Glenn D. Stokes

Dalton State College

Kelson M. Smith

Darton State College

East Georgia State College

Robert Marsh

Fort Valley State University

Melvin Walker

Gainesville State College

John O’Sullivan

Georgia College & State University

Jan Clark

Georgia Gwinnett College

Chulsung Kim (current)

Georgia Gwinnett College

Justin Jernigan (2011-12)

Georgia Health Sciences University

Jack C. Yu

Georgia Highlands College

Georgia Institute of Technology

Doug Williams

Georgia Perimeter College

Margee Bright Ragland

Georgia Southern University

Clara Krug

Georgia Southwestern State University

Ru Story Huffman

Georgia State University

Paul A. Alberto

Gordon State College

Stephen Raynie

Kennesaw State University

Randy S. Stuart (current)

Kennesaw State University

Doug Moodie (2011-12)

Middle Georgia State University

Kevin Cantwell

Middle Georgia State University

Nathanael Gilbert

Savannah State University

Kenneth Jordan

South Georgia State College

Duane Benson

Southern Polytechnic State University

Pamela Frinzi

University of Georgia

Jeffrey H. Dorfman

University of North Georgia

Robert Fuller

University of West Georgia

Chris Huff

Valdosta State University

Peggy L. Moch

Waycross College

Robert C. Lightfoot