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Jamon H. Flowers Ph.D. '20 Promoted to Assistant Professor at University of Georgia


A graduate of the Educational Policy, Planning & Leadership program and a Holmes Scholar alumnus, Flowers was recently promoted from clinical assistant professor to a tenure-track position as assistant professor.

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Jamon H. Flowers Ph.D. '20, Educational Policy, Planning & Leadership, was recently promoted to a tenure-track position as assistant professor at the University of Georgia (UGA) after serving four years as a clinical assistant professor in UGA's Educational Administration and Policy program. In a message to Heritage Professor of Education James Stronge, one of his faculty mentors, Flowers writes: "This transition is a testament to your invaluable investment in my professional journey, and I remain ever grateful for your continued encouragement and support."

Flowers has served in administrative roles at the elementary, middle and high school levels. His research interests include educational policy, race and educational leadership, and rural educational administration and leadership, with an emphasis on understanding the intersectionality of race, educational leadership, and opportunity.