College of Family and Consumer Sciences
Director of the Student Success & Advising Center
|Degree||Field of Study||Institution||Graduation|
|Doctor of Philosophy||Counseling & Student Personnel Services||University of Georgia||Expected: 2023|
|Masters Degree||Higher Education Administration||Georgia Southern University||2016|
|Bachelor of Arts||History||Georgia Southern University||2013|
Prior Professional Positions
|Organization||Title||Years of Service|
|Division of Academic Enhancement, UGA||Senior Coordinator of Scholars Initiative||2019-2021|
|Office of Undergraduate Admissions, UGA||Admission Officer||2016-2017|
|Office of Admissions, ABAC||Enrollment Counselor||2014-2016|
|Award Name||Awarded By||Year Awarded|
|PAE Scholarship Recipient||Georgia Assoc. of Collegiate Registrars & Admission Officers|
|Miller & Winston Research Award||Dept. of Counseling & Human Development in the Mary Frances Early College of Education, UGA||2021|
Martin, G. L., Williams, B. M., Green, J. B., & Smith, M. J. (2019). Leadership Learning Through Activism. Presentation at the American College and Personnel Association.
Green, J. B. & Ellis, L. (2015). “Three A’s of Professionalism: How to survive as a first year professional.” Presentation conducted at Georgia’ Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admission Officers Conference.
Green, J. B. (2017). “Understanding the College Admission Process.” Presentation to TRiO/ Upward Bound high school group.
Areas of Expertise
InsideTrack Professional Coaching 2020
Martin, G. L., Williams, B. M., Green, J. B., & Smith, M. J. (2019). Leadership Learning Through Activism: (Book Chapter): Reframing Activism as Leadership. New Directions Publishing. New York, New York.
Bernard Green serves as Director of the Student Success & Advising Center in the College of Family and Consumer Sciences at UGA. He directs the planning, organizing and executing of operations within the SSAC. His energies are spent elevating academic advising, recruitment and enrollment, the first-year experience and transition to college, and experiential learning and student leadership opportunities in the college.
Bernard earned his BA in History and Masters in Higher Education from Georgia Southern University. He will graduate with his Doctorate from UGA's Counseling & Student Personnel Services department in the Mary Frances Early College of Education at UGA very soon. With a strong history of working with students and administrators, Bernard leads with a balance of logic and emotion, bringing his unique leadership style and friendly manner to FACS faculty, staff, and students.