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Renni Turpin

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Doctoral Student

Renni Turpin is a doctoral student with the Institute of Higher Education. Her research interests center around access and success, including the state and federal political dynamics behind educational law and policy, pathways to transfer and credit articulation, students who have some college but no degree, and access issues for graduate and professional degrees. 

Renni holds a B.A. in English from Northeastern University and an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies concentrated in Higher Education from Boston University. She currently serves as a graduate assistant for the Georgia College Advising Corps. 


News Featuring Renni Turpin

We’re kicking off our month of Graduate Assistantship spotlights with Renni Turpin, who currently serves as a graduate assistant in the UGA Fanning Institute for Leadership Development with Embark Georgia.

Embark Georgia supports…

by Suzanne R. Graham

The annual awards and recognitions luncheon is a highlight of the year for the McBee Institute’s faculty and staff. In addition to honoring donors, who contributed directly to student and success, and celebrating student and faculty…

by Renni Turpin

Well into the spring semester, many college seniors are looking for their next opportunity. The Georgia College Advising Corps is actively recruiting for open college adviser positions which will begin July 2022.

by Renni Turpin

by Renni Turpin

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