Howard Rollins has resigned from his position as associate vice provost of international programs at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

A long-time professor at Georgia Tech’s School of Psychology, Dr. Rollins will return to teaching and research programs at the university.

Dr. Rollins assumed his vice provost position at Georgia Tech in 2003 and was responsible for implementing the school’s international plan, which offers more international education options for Georgia Tech students.

The plan integrates international learning and experience into 23 majors, and since it was instituted, nearly 300 students have elected to participate in it.

The university also received the Sen. Paul Simon Internationalization Award from the National Association of International Educators for the internationalization programs that Dr. Rollins instituted.

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