Felice Nudelman named chancellor at Antioch U.
Horne says he is most proud of the college’s impact on the community and the state, in particular regarding the “professional development schools” in which the college is involved. Those initiatives are public schools, including some in Clarke County, in which not only student-teachers, but professors, too, work to help teachers and students — and to learn from them, as well.
“It’s as good as anything going on in the country and better than most,” Horne said.
But at 70, Horne is slowing down and his wife, retired for six years, would like more time with him, he said.
“It really is an endurance race and I really am tired,” he said.
Jere Morehead, UGA’s provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, on Friday announced a search committee to find a replacement for Horne. UGA College of Environment and Design dean Daniel Nadenicek will lead the committee, whose large membership includes Clarke County Schools Superintendent Philip Lanoue and JoBeth Allen, president of the education college’s faculty senate.
Faculty members from each of the College of Education’s nine departments are on the committee, as well as staff and student representatives.