CSU Administrator Elected to Key Role in State Graduate Education Group

COLUMBUS, Ga. — Greg Domin, one of Columbus State University’s top academic administrators, has been chosen as president-elect of the Georgia Council of Graduate Schools.

Domin, also an associate professor of political science and former department chair, serves Columbus State as associate provost for Graduate Education, Distance Learning and International Affairs.

Domin, who joined CSU in 2009, will serve simultaneously as president-elect and vice president of the state graduate education organization in 2013-2014, and then move into the president’s role in 2014-2015.

The Georgia Council of Graduate Schools was founded to provide an organization to represent graduate education in the state. The purpose of the council is to share knowledge of graduate education among its members, to advocate for the improvement and advancement of graduate education through appropriate channels, to review and implement policies related to graduate education within the state, and to enhance communication with stakeholders.

Other new officers of the GCGS are Maureen Grasso (University of Georgia), president;Nikki Palamiotis (Southern Polytechnic State University), treasurer; and Peggy Ellington (Georgia Southwestern State University), secretary.

Columbus State now offers more than 50 graduate programs leading to certificates, endorsements, master’s and specialist degrees, as well as a doctorate in education. For more on CSU’s Graduate School, visit http://ColumbusState.edu/gradschool

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