Georgianna L. Martin



  •  PhD in Counseling, Rehabilitation, & Student Development, 2012
    University of Iowa
  •  MA in College Student Personnel, 2004
    Bowling Green State University
  •  BS in Psychology, 2001
    Millsaps College


Research Summary

Research interests include the social class identity and college experiences of low-income, first-generation students, the impact of college students’ out-of-class experiences on key learning outcomes (e.g., critical thinking, moral reasoning, intercultural effectiveness, need for cognition), college student social responsibility, and social/political activism

Awards and Accolades

Region III Faculty Award for Outstanding Contribution to Teaching

NASPA - Region III , 2021

Faculty Research Grant for Project Titled: An Exploration of How the UGA Food Scholarship Affects Students' Social and Financial Success

UGA Division of Student Affairs-Academic Partnerships & Initiatives Faculty Research Grant, 2017

Junior Faculty Research Award

Faculty Senate, University of Southern Mississippi, 2016

Emerging Scholar Award

ACPA: College Student Educators International, 2014

Burns B. Crookston Award for Doctoral Research

ACPA: College Student Educators International, 2012

Annuit Coeptis Emerging Professional

ACPA: College Student Educators International, 2010