Mary Frances Early held a book discussion to celebrate the launch of her autobiography, “The Quiet Trailblazer: My Journey as the First Black Graduate of the University of Georgia,” published by the Mary Frances Early College of Educatio
I began my New Media Institute journey in 2018 as an Emerging Media Master’s student. Now, as faculty advisor for the New Media Certificate program, I oversee students’ journeys all the way from recruitment to graduation. I also teach certificate courses and continue to grow the NMI network by working closely with alumni and corporate partners.
I previously worked as the assistant director of student engagement in the college’s Office of Undergraduate Student Services and Corporate Relations. I also served as an administrator for UGA's Terry College by facilitating many programs, including Terry Ambassadors, Terry Connect, Terry Peer Link and the Business Ready Initiative. and the Terry Women’s Initiative.
Prior to moving to Athens, I taught college writing and literature in the English department at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where I also earned a Master of Fine Arts degree.
Learn more about Kyla Stering.
- M.F.A., Creative Writing, UNC Greensboro
- B.A., History, Marymount College of Fordham University