Dedications, research, awards and honors, and student competitions.
When the Whistle
Blows honors the memory of enrolled students and employees of the Institute
who died during the previous year. A bagpiper leads attendees to Harrison Square
on April 4. Photo by Allison Carter.
The April 5 dedication of Continuing
the Conversation – a sculpture honoring Rosa Parks and the civil rights
movement. Urana McCauley, great-niece of Rosa Parks, and Martin Dawe, designer of
the sculpture, are seated together. Photo by Rob Felt.
Nearly 40 student entrepreneurs from Atlantic Coast
Conference universities competed for $30,000 in cash prizes during the ACC
InVenture Prize on April 6. First Place and People’s Choice winner was
InMEDBio from the University of Virginia. Photo by Allison Carter.
Sonia Alvarez-Robinson, executive director of Georgia Tech Strategic Consulting, speaks
at the Strategic Consulting Organizational Effectiveness event on April 20. Photo
by Allison Carter.
Ernest Scheller Jr. (left), namesake of the Scheller College
of Business, met with President G.P. “Bud” Peterson during a recent
visit. He also spent time with students and listened to final
presentations, including the Denning Technology & Management Program, TI:GER,
and Full-time MBA strategy capstone on April 19. Photo by Rob Felt.
Professor Matthew Torres and graduate research assistant Shilpa Choudhury,
School of Biological Sciences, studying cell signaling on April 20. They
coauthored a research paper in Cell Reports, published this week. Photo
by Rob Felt.
Photography: Allison Carter, Rob Felt, and Christopher Moore
Writing/Editing: Victor Rogers, Stacy