Two finalists have been chosen in the School of Public Policy chair search. As part of the final selection process, candidates will present a seminar addressing their broad vision for the school. The virtual candidate seminars will be open to the Georgia Tech community including students, faculty, and staff. Interested individuals can watch virtually in real-time, or watch a post-event video of each candidate presentation.
The advisory search committee has developed a job profile comprised of the job description, an overview of the School of Public Policy, and the leadership and administrative management responsibilities for the School Chair position.
- October 31, 2020 — Deadline to submit application materials for optimal consideration
- November/December 2020 – Semi-finalist Interviews
- January/February 2021 – Finalist Interviews
- March/April 2021– Hire Decision
- No later than August 2021 – Hire Date
Dean Kaye Husbands Fealing appointed an advisory search committee comprised of faculty, staff, and students in August 2020.
- Search Committee Chair: Richard Utz, Professor and Chair, School of Literature, Media, and Communication
- Annie Anton, Professor, School of Interactive Computing
- Justin Biddle, Associate Professor, School of Public Policy
- Lindsey Bullinger, Assistant Professor, School of Public Policy
- Brad Fain, Executive Director and Principal Research Scientist, Center for Advanced Communications Policy
- Karl Grindal, Doctoral student and Public Policy Graduate Student Association Liaison
- Brad Hastings, Interim Director of Development, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
- Usha Nair-Reichert, Associate Professor, School of Economics
- Juan Rogers, Professor, School of Public Policy
- Leslie Ross, Academic Program Manager, School of Public Policy
- Chad Slieper, Academic Professional and Director of the Law, Science, and Technology Program, School of Public Policy
- Kyle Smith, Undergraduate Student and Executive Vice President, Georgia Tech Student Government Association
- Will Jimerson, Director of Human Resources, serves as administrative coordinator for the search process.
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