Gille named new provost

Dr. Chaudron Gille has been named provost and senior vice president for Academic Affairs at UNG, President Bonita Jacobs announced Aug. 7.

“With 25 years of distinguished service as one of UNG’s most respected faculty members and a strong track record of success as an administrative leader, I am confident that Chaudron is the right person for this position,” Jacobs said. “Chaudron has a deep appreciation of our existing academic strengths, a clear vision of how we serve our region and beyond, and the administrative acumen to ensure UNG continues to excel.”

Gille has a doctoral degree in French literature from Emory University, a master’s degree in applied linguistics and teaching English as a second language from Georgia State University, and a bachelor’s degree in French and economics from the University of North Carolina.