Students & Curriculum Leadership
David Williams, Ph.D.
for Students & Curriculum
David Williams, Ph.D. joined Georgia Southern in 1991 in the Center for Interactive Learning developing instructional and training materials for ISO 9000. He continued at the University as an associate professor and was selected as an associate dean in 2013. His role in the College of Engineering & Computing starts with curriculum leadership for undergraduate, graduate, online, and certificate programs. His responsibilities include oversight for accreditation, course offerings, grade appeals, and curriculum changes & approvals by the University System of Georgia. Working closely with students, academic advisors, academic department chairs, and faculty, Williams promotes student success at all levels of the College.
Williams holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Industrial Education and Technology from Appalachian State University. He earned his Ph.D. in Industrial, Technological, and Occupational Education from the University of Maryland. In addition to his academic appointments, Williams has worked for McDowell Cement Products Company, the National Public Service Research Institute (NPSRI), and the Southeast Center for Assistive Technology.
Last updated: 9/9/2020