Harris to serve in leadership roles for GaPBS and CUR
Kymberly Harris, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Elementary and Special Education, has been recently elected to serve in multiple leadership roles within professional education organizations. Named the president-elect of the Georgia Association of Positive Behavior Supports (GaPBS), Harris will serve in this role for two years assisting the president with monthly meetings, managing outreach events, serving as the administrator of conference proposals and assisting with conference logistics.
Harris was also elected to a three-year term on the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) Executive Board, a group of dedicated professionals with extensive expertise in higher education and undergraduate research who are tasked with leading the organization and shaping its strategic plan. Harris was also selected to serve as the CUR Education Division chair, also a three-year term, in which she will host monthly division meetings and contribute to ongoing scholarship on undergraduate research in education. The CUR Education Division consisting of over 400 members from across the nation.
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