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Dr. Keith Pacholl, history professor at the University of West Georgia, has been selected as one of 12 Fellows for the 2014-2015 Governor's Teaching Fellows Program. As one of 12 faculty members from institutions of higher education across Georgia, he was selected after a highly competitive application and selection process. The Governor's Teaching Fellows Program is sponsored by the Institute of Higher Education and the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Georgia. The program was established by former Governor Zell Miller in 1995 to provide Georgia's higher education faculty with the opportunity to develop important teaching skills through participation in six three-day symposia held over the academic year while also engaging in instructional improvement projects on their home campus. Over 75 different disciplines, professions and teaching areas have been represented, and Fellows have come from more than 45 public and private institutions throughout the state.Read More...