Dr. Angela Christie has been selected as the faculty director of the next Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP): College to Career: Career Readiness through Everyday Competencies. College to Career is a university-wide initiative that will increase students’ ability to recognize and demonstrate the career competencies they are learning through their curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular experiences. As faculty director, Dr. Christie will oversee the development, refinement and implementation of College to Career and work with units and personnel across the university. She will work with departments to design their plans for QEP participation, will conduct periodic surveys and assessments to measure the QEP’s success and will plan activities to raise faculty and student awareness about the QEP on all campuses.
A senior lecturer on the Atlanta Campus in the Department of English, Dr. Christie has been the associate director of Lower Division Studies since 2007. In that capacity, she has mentored graduate teaching assistants, edited the university’s Guide to First-Year Writing, served as the assessment reporter for the department’s core courses and developed paired-instructor courses for the College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Christie has led her department in developing college-to-career assignments, curricula and pedagogical practices in core courses and the major.