Social Sciences - Dir/Asst Professor of Fire & Emer. Ser.
Building: 0030 - ACADEMIC BUILDING
B.S., Criminal Justice, Georgia State University, 1980
M.P.A., Georgia State University, 1984
M.Ed., Middle Grades Social Studies, Columbus State University, 1998
Graduate, Executive Fire Officer Program, National Fire Academy, 2007
Professor Walker is the Director of the Fire and Emergency Services Administration degree program. She is a graduate of the Executive Fire Officer Program at the National Fire Academy. Professor Walker has been involved in instructional design and curriculum development for the Georgia Fire Academy and the National Fire Academy. Beverley has been a technical writer for several training publications, and is a contributing author to Firefighter Safety and Survival by Ford.
EGSC recently hosted the second annual FESA Advisory Council meeting.
EGSC’s Fire and Emergency Services Administration program has been recognized by FEMA.
EGSC’s Fire and Emergency Services Administration degree has been recognized by FESHE.
EGSC Director of the FESA Program Beverley Walker recently attended a national conference in Maryland.
Beverley Walker, Professor of Fire and Emergency Services Administration at EGSC, recently had the opportunity to coordinate a camp for burn-injured children, Camp Oo-U-La.
Beverley Walker was recently named the Director of East Georgia State College’s Fire and Emergency Services Administration Program.
Albany Technical College and East Georgia State College held an articulation agreement signing ceremony on Wednesday, May 19, 2016 on East Georgia State College’s Swainsboro campus.