Elizabeth Egan Henry’s advising experience, coupled with her research in women’s history and longtime volunteerism, led her to Agnes Scott College in 2015. Prior to joining the advising team, Elizabeth worked as an academic advisor at the College of Charleston and East Georgia State College – Augusta and has served as a graduate history instructor at Georgia State University and a part-time instructor at Kennesaw State University. She completed a B.S. with highest honors in History, Technology, & Society at the Georgia Institute of Technology and received her Ed.S. in Teaching & Learning and Ph.D. in History from Georgia State University.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), History
Georgia State University Atlanta, Georgia 2012