Assistant professors Craig Albert and Martha Ginn, both in the Department of Political Science, have been recognized for their teaching excellence by the Georgia Political Science Association (GPSA).
Albert was named the first recipient of the GPSA Emerging Leader in Teaching Award. The award recognizes new members of the association who choose to enhance their skills in teaching as part of their faculty development plan.
“It is a humbling honor to be named the first recipient of this award,” said Albert.
Albert received his bachelor’s degree from Augusta State University and both his master and doctoral degrees from the University of Connecticut.
Ginn received a certificate of merit for the GPSA Annual Teaching Excellence Award (GATE). The GATE award is designed to recognize excellence in teaching methods as demonstrated at the annual conference each year in the annual teaching workshop.
Ginn received her bachelor’s degree from Western Kentucky University and her doctoral degree from the University of South Carolina.
The GPSA is the professional association for political science practitioners and educators in Georgia.