Institution/Department/Title: Kennesaw State University; Associate Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics; Director, The A.T.O.M.S. Center; Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership
Degrees & Institutions:
-B.A. in Chemisty, Emory University
-M.Ed. in Science Education, Emory University
-Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, Clark-Atlanta University
Adrian Epps received his doctorate in Educational Leadership from Clark-Atlanta University and B.A. degree in Chemistry and M.Ed. degree in Science Education from Emory University. His primary responsibility is to support programming to recruit, retain, and prepare secondary science and mathematics teachers. Prior to coming to KSU, he was Director of Mathematics and Science Initiatives for the Atlanta Public School (APS) System where he implemented several grants from the National Science Foundation. Some of his roles included Project Director of the Atlanta Systemic Initiative; Regional Co-PI and P-12 Coordinator for the BOR PRISM grant, and District Coordinator for the Emory University Science Center NSF GK-12 grant. Earlier in his career, he worked in the Office of Deputy Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, the Professional Development Department, Informational Services Division, and high school science teacher in APS.