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B. Logan Morrison

Assistant Director & Advisor to the Interfraternity Council UGA Student AffairsGreek Life
Work 153 Tate Student Center Athens GA 30602 Work Phone: 706-542-4612
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Biographical Info

The Assistant Director, in their capacity as Advisor to the Interfraternity Council, supervises the innerworkings of the council’s executive leadership, advocates for the twenty-six (26) IFC chapters represented at the University, and works to incorporate strategic growth, leadership development, and health/safety practices into the community of ~3,000 undergraduate men.
The Assistant Director supervises the one of the Office’s graduate assistants, who supports the initiatives, goals, and students within the Interfraternity Council and National Pan-Hellenic Council. The graduate assistant also advises Order of Omega, plans leadership programs, helps facilitate conference planning, and supports other special projects as assigned. In supervising the graduate assistant, the Assistant Director manages position responsibilities, supports a positive learning environment, and supports core competency achievement.
The Assistant Director teaches the Emerging Greek Leaders (EGL) course and advises the Greek Fellows. EGL is an eight-week course hosted each spring that serves the overall Greek community in developing friendships, leadership skills, educational development, and ends with the annual Greek Day of Service event that serves the Athens-Clarke County community. The Greek Fellows are graduates of the EGL course that apply to serve as mentors for first-year Greek experience students.
The Assistant Director also serves on the Learning Collaborative within the branch of Student Affairs (SA) at the University. This committee is comprised of a staff member from each department across SA with the purpose of composing, developing, and submitting Experiential Learning (EL) credits which are used as supplementary learning from students outside of the classroom. As the department representative, the Assistant Director works with other Greek Life Office staff to ensure their students are enrolled and processed within their EL credits each year.

Originally from North Carolina, Logan received his B.A. in English Literature, with a minor in Philosophy from Western Carolina University and his M.S.Ed. in Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis with a concentration in Higher Education from the University of Missouri. As an undergraduate student, Logan joined Sigma Chi Fraternity and was heavily involved in his chapter, on the Interfraternity Council, and in the community. Prior to his time at UGA, Logan worked in Advancement at the University of North Carolina (Charlotte), Accountability and Chapter Services Departments at Sigma Chi Fraternity Headquarters, and advised the Multicultural Greek Council and Interfraternity Council at the University of Missouri.

Categories: Greek Life
Updated 7 months ago.