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Danny Sniff

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EdD, 2011

Danny Sniff became the director of academic partnerships in the University of Georgia's College of Environment and Design on Jan. 1, 2016.

Dr. Sniff had served as the associate vice president for finance and administration at the University of Georgia and directed the Office of the University Architects. During his 24 years at UGA, he developed and oversaw the first comprehensive master plan and strategic and academic planning effort since 1906. The university added more building area to the campus than at any point in the 225-year history of the university. Over six million square feet was added or renovated to the university’s physical plant within a ten-year period.

Danny is a registered architect with a Bachelor of Architecture, a Master of Business Administration, Master of Landscape Architecture, Master of Historic Preservation and Doctor of Education in Higher Education Management. He is a member of the first cohort of the Executive Ed.D. in Higher Education Management who graduated in December 2011.

News Featuring Danny Sniff

Danny Sniff (EdD, 2011) will assume a new leadership role at UGA on Jan. 1, 2016 as the director of academic partnerships in the College of Environment and Design.

Daniel Sniff (EdD 2011) is associate vice president for finance and administration at the University of Georgia, where he directs the Office of the University Architects (OUA). During his 26 years at UGA, he has helped develop and oversee the…

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