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Academic Dean


Gregory Ford, Ph.D.

Dean of Natural Science and Physical Education

and Associate Professor of Biology

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Contact Information:

Email: gford@highlands.edu

Phone: (678) 872 - 8070

Cartersville Campus Office: Academic Building, Suite 339E

Floyd Campus Office: Walraven Building, Room B343

 

 


 

 

CAPTION: (From left) GHC Professor of Biology Mark Knauss; Anna K. Davie Elementary School Principal Parke Wilkinson;
and GHC Dean of Natural Sciences and Physical Education Greg Ford cut the ribbon for the new outdoor classroom at the
Anna K. Davie Elementary School surrounded by students from Mr. Milliards’ class.  
 
Georgia Highlands College, in partnership with Anna K. Davie Elementary School and the South Redevelopment Corporation, opened the new outdoor classroom at the Anna K. Davie Elementary School in December. 
 
The effort began as a joint service-learning project between Georgia Highlands College, the South Rome Redevelopment Corporation and Anna K. Davie Elementary School. The vision was to create an outdoor classroom in conjunction with the South Rome Redevelopment Corporation Community Garden in hopes that students and parents alike would use the space for teaching and learning opportunities, including community gardening, food security, social entrepreneurship and other related STEM education opportunities.   
 
Grant funds from the Opal Apple Company supported the effort through a small grant that allowed for the purchase of an instructional greenhouse and raised beds.
 
For more informaton on this endeaver: Rome News
 
 

                     

                September 25, 2015. The Wetlands Experience With Redbud Middle School

 The Georgia Highlands Wetland Experience is an opportunity for students in local schools to spend a day with our volunteer faculty and staff to get hands on experience with local wildlife and geological principles in and around the Paris Lake Nature Reserve. The program includes time outdoors with our experienced scientists collecting and exploring the natural habitat, and classroom activities that supplement the out door activities

 

 



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