Dr. James Callaghan
Senior International Officer
Assistant Vice-President for International Education
Director of the International Education Center
An accomplished and innovative international administrator and educator with over three decades of global leadership experience, including seven years of university teaching in Rome, Italy, Dr. Callaghan has institution-wide responsibility for the leadership, management, coordination, and development of international programs at Georgia College. He has established and managed overseas satellite campuses, dual-degree programs, plus study abroad programs, and teaching and research opportunities for faculty, throughout the world. Dr. Callaghan's vision for the university - and the community and region - positions Georgia College as genuinely engaged with the world, and the world engaged with it. Dr. Callaghan was an early pioneer of programming - including internet-based programming - that connects students to their academic majors and interests, while also providing important international pre-professional experience and service opportunities. He has written numerous book reviews and essays about international education - particularly with regard to increased access for under-represented and disadvantaged populations - and is co-editing a multi-author, multi-national, volume on curriculum theory and pedagogy in international higher education. Dr. Callaghan is the holder of a doctorate in the history of art from Temple University, and M.A. and B.A. degrees in that discipline (plus work in philosophy) from Michigan State University. His current research is in the semiotics of art, and the origins and development of 13th-century Italian painting.
Assistant Director of International Student & Scholar Services
Jason Wynn, Assistant Director of International Student and Scholar Services, manages admissions for international students at Georgia College and facilitates their immigration and cultural acclimation needs. He is also a popular instructor of American culture at the College.
During his undergraduate years, Jason studied abroad at the La Universidad de Vigo in Vigo, Spain and La Universidad de las Americas in Puebla, Mexico. Before completing his graduate work he served as an intern for Habitat for Humanity Costa Rica and instructed English as a Second Language in North Carolina.
Jason moved to Georgia from North Carolina, where he completed an M.A. in International Studies at East Carolina University. Additionally, he holds a B.S. in Psychology with a second major in Spanish.
More than anything, Jason loves to travel!
Study Abroad Advisor
International Admissions Counselor
Susie Ramage, the International Admissions Counselor, assists with international student recruitment, international admissions for both undergraduate and graduate programs, and is also involved with international programming. She is a co-advisor of the International Student Club - an organization composed of both international and domestic students interested in cross-cultural experiences - that is one the largest and most active student organizations at Georgia College.
Susie is an alumna of Georgia College and holds a B.S. in Community Health. She spent a good portion of her life living and working in the nearby city of Warner Robins, and later moved to Milledgeville. She devoted most of her life working at Oconee Regional Medical Center.
In her free time, Susie enjoys traveling and spending time with her family and friends.
Administrative Assistant, Sandy Moore, assists with general inquires for international student admissions and study abroad programs, data entry and general office operations.
Sandy is the newest member of the International Education Center, having joined the team in 2016 after leaving the banking industry. She enjoys learning about the world through GC's international students and from returned study abroad students.
She prefers to spend her free time outdoors hiking and camping with her friends and family.