Academic Advisor II
Wanda Wilcox has been an academic advisor for the Franklin College since 1990. She has worked as a residence hall advisor, as the pre-law advisor, and currently advises students interested in sociology, women’s studies, cognitive science, religion and philosophy. She won the Outstanding Academic Advisor Award in 1999.
Her degrees include a BA in religion and philosophy from Shorter College in Rome, Georgia, and a Master of Divinity from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. She returned to school herself when she came to the University of Georgia, and has earned an MA in religion, a graduate certificate in women’s studies, and an Educational Specialist degree in Adult Education. She has presented academic papers in women’s studies both on campus and at regional conferences.
�Ms. Wilcox has often taught the Academic and Career Planning class (ECHD 2050) and currently teaches a class each term for the departments of religion or women’s studies.