Mary Ann Romski is the Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies. Romski, who is an expert in language acquisition and language disorders in children, has joint appointments in the Departments of Communication, Psychology and Educational Psychology and Special Education. She is also the director of Georgia State’s Center for Research into Atypical Development and Learning and a member of the Research on the Acquisition of Language and Literacy Area of Focus program.
- Responsible for determining the appropriateness of the project within the college and that requested resources will be available.
- Certifies compliance with university, Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, state and federal laws, and regulations.
- Approves the budget personnel, space, equipment and approves any requests for reduced or waived F&A, matching funds, cost-sharing, and/or additional resources.