Karley Riffe Faculty Development Graduate Assistant
Bldg: North Instructional Plaza
Karley Riffe works to plan and support faculty development programming within the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Karley is a Doctoral Candidate at The University of Georgia’s Institute of Higher Education. She received her Masters of Education in Student Affairs from Widener University and her Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from Georgetown College. As part of her research program, Riffe ’s dissertation explores the changing academic profession within different institutional contexts across colleges and universities in the United States. She also serves as a Research Assistant on a TIAA-sponsored project with Dr. Jim Hearn, which addresses the influence of the growing use of contingent faculty members on institutional outcomes. Riffe has presented research papers at the annual meetings of both the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) and the American Educational Research Association (AERA).