Professor Benjamin Flowers is the associate vice provost for academic advocacy and conflict resolution. He oversees student and faculty academic conflicts or issues, research and scholarly misconduct allegations, and other issues related to students and faculty. For example, Flowers may be called upon to be a moderator of arrangements to resolve conflicts or as a go-between when communication has broken down between two parties. You can reach Flowers by email or phone at 404.385.2863.
The Ombuds Program — a confidential, neutral, informal, and independent conflict resolution and management resource — is available to assist any member of the Georgia Tech community seeking assistance. For more information, click here.