B. Logan Morrison, M.S.Ed.
Assistant Director & Advisor to the IFC
The Assistant Director, in their capacity as Advisor to the Interfraternity Council, supervises the inner workings of the council’s executive leadership, advocates for the twenty-six (26) IFC chapters represented at the University, and works to incorporate strategic growth, leadership development, and health/safety practices into the community of 2,626 undergraduate men. Additionally, Logan supervises Chandler Crean (one of the Office’s graduate assistants), supports the Order of Omega, teaches the 6-week Emerging Greek Leaders (EGL) course, facilitates Greek Fellow mentorships, and serves on the Learning Collaborative within Student Affairs at the University.
Originally from North Carolina, Logan received his B.A. in English Literature, with a minor in Philosophy from Western Carolina University and his M.S.Ed. in Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis from the University of Missouri. As an undergraduate student, Logan joined Sigma Chi Fraternity and was heavily involved in his chapter, on the Interfraternity Council, and in the community. Prior to his time at UGA, Logan worked in Advancement at the University of North Carolina (Charlotte), Accountability and Chapter Services Departments at Sigma Chi Fraternity Headquarters, and advised the Multicultural Greek Council and Interfraternity Council at the University of Missouri.
Contact: BLogan.Morrison@uga.edu | (706) 542-4612