Kalaitzidou Named Associate Chair for Faculty Development
Kyriaki Kalaitzidou, Rae S. and Frank H. Neely Professor, has accepted the position of Associate Chair for Faculty Development in the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering.
The Associate Chair for Faculty Development is responsible for managing the promotion, tenure, and reappointment activities in the Woodruff School. This involves guiding the RPT and PPR processes, overseeing the faculty mentoring program, and working with the Faculty Development and Faculty Awards Committees to improve the development of the Woodruff School's faculty and the recognition of faculty achievements. The position will also assist with developing faculty hiring strategies, faculty retention, and strategies for diversity and inclusion that are consistent with Woodruff School, College of Engineering, and Georgia Tech strategic plans.
"Kryiaki is a committed member of our faculty who has always taken a personal and professional interest in the careers of her colleagues and the work environment in our school," said Dr. Samuel Graham, Chair of the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering. "I am excited to have her join the leadership team, and I look forward to seeing how she will help us grow in the areas of professional development and engagement as we strengthen our faculty community."