Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
University System of Georgia
Galle is a contributor to ACUE’s Community of Professional Practice:
Jeffery Galle serves as Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs in the University System of Georgia (USG). Coming to the USG after 10 years with Emory’s Oxford College, he has led a number of faculty development initiatives, including the Institute for Pedagogy in the Liberal Arts (IPLA), which a number of faculty from Georgia institutions have attended. He is the coauthor of How to Be a ‘HIP’ Campus: Maximizing Learning in Undergraduate Education (Rogers/Galle, July 2015) and the coeditor and contributing author of two volumes of essays that emerged from the IPLA—Teaching, Pedagogy, and Learning (Galle/Harrison, May 2017) and Revitalizing Classrooms (Galle/Harrison, October 2017). Very interested in scholarship associated with place, he is also the coeditor and a contributing author to Pedagogy and Place: From the Abstract to the Quotidian (Shannon/Galle, June 2017).