SAVANNAH – Carol Paulk has been appointed dean of academic support at Savannah Technical College, effective May 1. She will lead the units supporting the college’s academic activities including the library, instructional technology, e-learning, evening operations and faculty development. Paulk will also direct the college’s community outreach efforts for instruction serving both high school and university partners.
Paulk has been with the college for 18 years as a faculty member and administrator. She served for eight years as the department head for Computer Information Systems. In addition to her classroom leadership, Paulk has been instrumental in a number of key administrative accomplishments – most recently serving as interim campus director during the opening of the Effingham Campus. Paulk was an integral member of the college-wide re-accreditation team, successfully partnering with two cities in Indonesia to develop a model for technical education delivery there, developing a campus technology plan, securing grant funding to encourage women to pursue careers in computing and assisting with the transition of the adult literacy program from school district to college administration last year.
She holds a masters degree in education from Georgia State University and bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Augusta State University. Paulk previously served as a faculty member at Armstrong Atlantic State University.