Kristy Hammett Education Associate Professor

Kristy Hammett, EdD

Associate Professor, Education
Student Teaching Coordinator
864.729.2551
kristy.hammett@ngu.edu
Unit: College of Education, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education
Location: Tigerville

"Great people do not do great things; God does great things through surrendered people.” — Jennie Allen
  • Teaching & Education
    • Doctor of Education, Kennesaw State University, GA; 2014 (Major: Elementary Education)
    • Specialist of Education, Kennesaw State University, GA; December 2012 (Major: Teacher Leadership)
    • Specialist of Education, Stetson University; DeLand, FL; July 2008 (Major: Reading/Curriculum and Instruction)
    • Masters of Education, Stetson University; DeLand, FL; June 2006 (Major: Exceptional Learners)
    • Bachelor of Arts, Stetson University; DeLand, FL; December 2004 (Major: Elementary Education)
  • Professional Experience
    • 2002-present Associate Professor and Student Teaching Coordinator, North Greenville University
    • 2021-2002 Assistant Dean of Accreditation, Partnerships, and Educator Preparation, Augusta University
    • 2021-2002 Interim Director of the Augusta University Literacy Center
    • 2018- 2021 Director of Assessment and Accreditation, Augusta University
    • 2017-2018 Program Approval, Education Specialist, Georgia Professional Standards Commission
    • 2016- 2018 Graduate Adjunct Professor, Thomas University
    • 2015-2016 Associate Professor of Elementary Education, Shorter University, Rome, GA
    • 2011-2014 Assistant Professor of Elementary Education, Shorter University, Rome, GA
    • 2008-2011 Clinical Professor of Elementary Education, Shorter University, Rome, GA
    • 2006-2008 New Smyrna Beach High School, Volusia County Schools, New Smyrna, FL Special Education Literacy Teacher, Grades 9-12
    • 2005-2008 Stetson University, Volusia County Schools, Deland, FL Literacy Teacher, 1st grade
    • 2004-2006 Woodward Elementary, Volusia County Schools, Deland, FL Elementary Teacher, Grades K-5
  • Selected Awards Received
    • 2020 GASPA Strategic Partnership Best in Class Award
    • 2015 Argo Teaching Award, Shorter University
    • 2015 Kennesaw State University Outstanding Scholar in the Ed.D Program
    • 2012 Shorter University Teaching Excellence and Campus Leadership Award
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