Maria Tamblyn, Human Resources Program Manager
Julia Heflin, Training Program Manager
Sheree Wilson, Outreach Specialist II
Jonathan Gross, Research Specialist
Leslie Hamby, Training Support Specialist II
Davis Cooper, Human Resources Program Specialist
The Center for Governmental Services (CGS) at Auburn University is pleased to announce the CGS Fellows Program.
The CGS Fellows Program was implemented in 2006, recognizing that experienced practitioners, academicians, and researchers make meaningful contributions to government and to associated targeted projects. CGS Fellows utilize their expertise to engage in research or funding opportunities that will enhance the quality of public policy for the State of Alabama.
Requirements for Fellow status include extensive experience, prominence, and recognized contributions in public affairs. Additional factors considered include academic qualifications in a public affairs discipline, reputation and contributions and achievements to public affairs nationally or internationally, and demonstrated characteristics as a public affairs thinker, author, and/or entrepreneur.
2006 - 2007
Dr. Caleb M. Clark, Alumni Professor of Political Science, and Program Director for the Master’s of Public Administration program at Auburn University.
2007 - 2008
Dr. Juan E. Gilbert, T-SYS Distinguished Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, and Director of the Human-Centered Computing (HCC) Lab at Auburn University.
2008 - 2009
Dr. John Sibley Butler, professor and administrator at the University of Texas at Austin. Butler holds The Gale Chair in Entrepreneurship and Small Business in the Graduate School of Business and the Herb Kelleher Chair in Entrepreneurship. He is the Director of the Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship and the Director of the Institute for Innovation and Creativity (IC2).
2009 - 2010
Dr. Changhoon Jung, associate professor in the Department of Political Science at Auburn University.