Dean Jacqueline Royster to Retire from Georgia Tech’s Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

Brownieland has had the privilege for almost a decade to partner with Georgia Tech’s Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts on their videos. Our time there has been stewarded by the wonderful Jacqueline Royster, Dean of the College. Dr. Royster’s vision and understanding of the need for professional communication has grown the college in terms of grants awarded and student enrollment. We are fortunate to be a part of this growth and have immense respect for the work being done at IAC. 

Recently, we attended Dean Royster’s retirement party, and it was a standing room only event. We are honored to have been a part of Dean Royster’s legacy through our work with her and her amazing team, including Director of Communications Rebecca Keane. We hope to continue to tell the story of Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts and the incredible students, faculty, and staff that make it great. GO JACKETS!!

Dean Jacqueline Royster to Retire from Georgia Tech's Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
Provost Rafael Bras speaking at the event honoring Dean Jacqueline Royster

Georgia Tech’s Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts provides a crucial link for solving the complex challenges facing our world. Research and education in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts bridge the traditional separation between engineering, science, and computing, and the humanities and social sciences. From this interdisciplinary crossroads, IAC faculty and students consider the human implications of technologies, policies, and actions, and create sustainable solutions for a better world. Find out more about Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts HERE.

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