Anna Holcomb is the Assistant Director of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s Undergraduate Professional Communications Program (UPCP). Ms. Holcomb assists in the management of the UPCP and teaches ECE 3006, an out-of-classroom option designed for ECE students that are involved in co-curricular activities to receive personalized, real-world instruction to build professional and technical communications skills.
Before joining ECE in Summer 2017, Ms. Holcomb spent seven years at Georgia Tech’s Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing. She served the Center in various roles from research coordination to project management, and lastly as a faculty researcher where she specialized in qualitative educational research and gained experience in program evaluation.
Ms. Holcomb received her M.S. in Educational Research with a concentration in Research, Measurement, and Statistics at Georgia State University and B.S. in Public Policy at Georgia Tech. She previously provided undergraduate career development and communications instruction during her involvement with Georgia Tech’s freshman seminar program.
Last revised February 19, 2018