Christy Price

A professor in both the School of Liberal Arts and the School of Health Professions, and the founding director of the Center for Academic Excellence at Dalton State College, Christy Price has been teaching at the collegiate level for 25 years. She is a nationally recognized authority on innovative teaching techniques to engage millennial learners and was chosen by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as the Outstanding U.S. Professor for 2012 in the Baccalaureate Colleges category. Price also won the 2010 Carnegie Foundation Outstanding Professor Award for the state of Georgia. Her dynamic and interactive style make Price a favorite as a professor and presenter. She regularly presents as a keynote speaker and has led faculty development workshops and retreats at over seventy institutions across the United States and abroad. As a recipient of an institutional foundation grant award, Price has studied teaching techniques that influence student motivation.

Price has completed post-doctoral work in educational psychology from Georgia State University. She holds a doctorate in community health from the University of Tennessee, a masters degree in counseling psychology from the University of Nebraska-Kearney, and a bachelors degree in social services from Northern Illinois University.

Updated: 06-28-17

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