The future of Georgia is Professional Education. The Department of Education predicts the number of non-traditional-age students to rise to a far higher rate than the number of traditional-age students. Classes, conferences and seminars result in a $637 million dollar boost for the state’s economy. Therefore, professional education is crucial to the growing workforce and to Georgia’s economic development and impact. (Source: GA CE Department Economic Impact Report)
Dan Stotz is executive director of Executive Education Programs for the Michael J. Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University. He is a recognized expert in designing mobile-learning programs that use best practices in gamification, micro-learning, and on-the-job application.
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Meet OLLI Art Instructor Abby Hermes
A natural-born artist, Abby Hermes always knew that she was destined to have art in her life. Now, she teaches CCPE courses varying from Drawing FUNdamentals to Gouache Painting.
Abby has been teaching at KSU since before graduating college from Reinhardt... read more ❯
Gerontology Grad Raises Awareness for Dementia
Kathie Stettler signed up for the Gerontology Certificate course in 2015, and became interested and involved in how the aging process works. She has taken her expertise in her other passion, health coaching, and combined it with her knowledge of... read more ❯