Jennifer Hall, PhD
Associate Director, Part-Time Instructor and Graduate Teaching Assistant Programs
Jennifer Hall is the Associate Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning responsible for Part-Time Instructor and Graduate Teaching Assistant Resources. She works with Graduate Students and Part-Time Instructors to support them as they develop teaching techniques, assess student needs, and prepare for jobs outside the GSU community. She runs the Certificate of Excellence in College Teaching Program, the Thank-A-Teacher Program, the GTA, PTI, and GTA Mentor Awards, the GTA Badging Program, and works with CETLOE’s new STATE Program. Jennifer’s areas of interest include accessible course design, online teaching, and mentoring.
Jennifer Hall is a faculty member in the department of English. Her PhD is in English specializing in 18th Century British Literature with a focus on women writers. In her free time, she serves as Director of the Decatur Autism Network, and she is currently finishing her MEd in Learning Design and Technology at UGA.
- Graduate Student Development
- Part-Time Instructor Relations
- General Faculty Development
- Accessible Course Design
- Hybrid and Online Pedagogy