Former Georgia Gov. Zell Miller established the Governor’s Teaching Fellows Program in 1995. The program is jointly sponsored by the Institute of Higher Education and the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Georgia.
“The valuable thing about this program is that it allows the instructors to bring knowledge back to campus to them pass along to other faculty members,” said Dr. Steven Elliot-Gower, director of the honors program at Georgia College. “We are thrilled to have two faculty members join the program this year.”
Chiorescu received her bachelor of mathematics degree from A.I. Cuza University in Iasi, Romania. She received master’s degrees from A.I. Cuza University and Florida Atlantic University. She received her doctorate degree in mathematics also from Florida Atlantic University.
Herbel received a bachelor of science degree from Emporia State University. He received a master of public administration degree and Ph.D. in political science from the University of Oklahoma.
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