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Bryan McLucas

IT Senior Manager - Client Services South

Bryan began his career in the Franklin College of Arts & Sciences in 1996 as a student worker responsible for web design and content in the Division of Biological Sciences. After consecutively completing both a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics with a minor in English, as well as a Master’s of Education in Instructional Technology, Bryan enjoyed a tenure on the Faculty of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences as Distance Education Coordinator.

Bryan returned to the Franklin College in 2004 on the IT Professional track in the School of Music, eventually rising to his current position as IT Senior Manager for Client Services.  He is responsible for supervising the IT Professionals in Franklin on south campus, as well as serving as the direct point of contact for IT between the Dean’s office and the Department Heads, Directors and Faculty of the south campus Arts & Sciences units.

After being nominated by the Dean of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences in 2001, Bryan has enjoyed serving annually on faculty screening committees for the George Foster Peabody Awards and has guided his committee since 2011 as chair.

At home, Bryan enjoys spending time with his two young children, and loves sharing the stage with his wife Meredith in their band, The Highballs.

Education:

Master of Education, Instructional Technology (M.Ed.)
The University of Georgia, Athens, GA - May 2000

Bachelor of Arts, Linguistics (B.A.)
The University of Georgia, Athens, GA - March 1998

Minor, English Literature
The University of Georgia, Athens, GA - March 1998

Awards, Honors and Recognitions:
  • Help Desk Institute: Support Center Analyst
  • High Impact Leadership
  • ITIL Foundations
  • Conflict De-escalation Techniques
  • Certificate in Diversity and Inclusion

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