Online Registration

Course Listing - by Instructor

Name Biography
Jessica Blackburn
Paula "Ann" Brooks Ann Brooks is an Instructor for the UWG Early Learning Center powered by the College of Education.
Amanda Camp
Melanie Clay Dr. Melanie Clay is responsible for leading the support, curriculum, enrollment and marketing staff and evaluating the USG eCampus program. In addition to her role as Dean of eCampus, she is also the executive director for UWG's Continuing Education, Off-Campus Programs (Newnan), and UWG Online. She holds a Ph.D. in Educational Studies from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, a Specialist in Educational Leadership, a Master's in Public Administration from the University of West Georgia, and a Bachelor's in Journalism from The Ohio State University. She is the founder and editor-in-chief of the Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, and the founder of the annual Distance Learning Administration Conference and the Conference on Meaningful Living in a Digital World. She lives in Carrollton with her husband Matthew and their two sons and two cats. She enjoys camping, reading, cooking, and looking for sand dollars on the beach.
Susan Connolly Susan Connolly has been in the wine and spirits industry for 20+ years, first with Empire Distributors in the restaurant division and then with Prime Wine & Spirits of Atlanta selling an impressive portfolio of boutique wines from around the world. She is currently a wine consultant for a local wine and craft beer speciality shop. She holds a BBA degree in Marketing from the University of West Georgia.
Marty Davis M.A., C.P.P. Marty received his B.S. from Valdosta State University and his M.A. from LaGrange College. Before coming to the University of West Georgia, Marty was the director of continuing education and professional services department at Bainbridge State College. He has completed additional education in Project Management, Human Resources, and Manufacturing. He is a certified instructor in all lines of insurance, CPR/FA, and drivers education. Current course instruction include Customer Service, Soft Skills Training, Consulting, and other business or organizational needs.
Jennie English
Bob Helms AAS Degree in Electronics Engineering, BS in Business Administration, MS in Industrial Management 27 years teaching for the Technical College System of GA Outreach Trainer (for OSHA) Authorized to teach the OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Class Certified Six Sigma Black Belt
Melanie Jordan Author of the poetry collection Hallelujah for the Ghosties, Dr. Jordan earned advanced degrees from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and the University of Houston-two of the strongest creative-writing programs in the country. She teaches writing and literature at the University of West Georgia.
Richard La Fleur

IHCS Program developer and facilitator Dr. Richard La Fleur earned his Bachelor of Arts, Masters of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology (Consciousness and Society) from the University of West Georgia, where he currently teaches various courses in psychology. Dr. La Fleur's research concentration has been narrative works (narrative psychology), mattering, the experiential reintegration process veterans experience post-deployment from the combat zone (phenomenology) with an emphasis on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other psycho-spiritual difficulties such as, Moral Injury. Through his ten plus years of research, Integrative Health has been a strong alternative form of care, for people who are seeking ways to find healing. Dr. La Fleur is a Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider (CMHIMP).

Perran Makulu Perran Makulu is an Instructor for the UWG Early Learning Center powered by the College of Education.
Christopher Milam
Sandra Morris
Stephen Page Steven Page started beekeeping in 2007 with two hives and now manages Barrington Farms Apiary, LLC and about 40 hives in or near Coweta County. Each spring the honeybees produce over two thousand pounds of local, raw and unfiltered honey. His accomplishments are numerous and reflect his love for beekeeping. Not only is he the president of the Coweta Beekeepers Association, but he also belongs to the Georgia Beekeepers Association. Steven is a Certified Beekeeper in the Georgia Master Beekeeper Program. Totally committed to educating the public about bees, he is one of the instructors for the associations' annual Introduction to Beekeeping course. He mentors novice beekeepers; volunteers at local public schools and other venues where he presents beekeeping programs. Steven's accomplishments resulted in the Coweta Beekeepers Association honoring him with "Beekeeper of the Year" in 2011. He has participated in local, state and national honey competitions. Awards include best tasting honey in Coweta County
Janet Roman
Janet Roman
Julie Stone Ingle
Barbara Watkins