Anna Holcomb is a Lecturer and the Assistant Director of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s Undergraduate Professional Communications Program (UPCP). Ms. Holcomb is an experienced higher education professional with a demonstrated history of working in undergraduate student development, technical/professional communication instruction, first-year/transfer student initiatives, course design, and educational research. She received her M.S. in Educational Research with a concentration in Research, Measurement, and Statistics at Georgia State University and B.S. in Public Policy at Georgia Tech
Ms. Holcomb’s teaching focuses on creating educational experiences that encourage students develop a sense of belonging and identity within their discipline, while also honing the essential skills necessary to succeed beyond the classroom. She is the lead instructor of the School’s first-year and transfer-year extended orientation, ECE Discovery Studio (ECE 1100), and ECE 3005-CIR, an out-of-classroom option designed for ECE students that are involved in co-curricular activities to receive individualized instruction to build professional and technical communications skills in a real-world context.
Last revised June 24, 2022