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T&M Student and Faculty Awards and Accomplishments

Congratulations to the T&M students, alumni and faculty who have been recognized for excellence!

 T&M Outstanding Student Awards:

Industrial Engineering major, Gennadiy Gurevich ('11), was selected for his “Exemplary level of preparation, excellent class attendance and highly insightful comments offered during class discussions.”

Electrical Engineering major, Kurt Tomlinson ('10), was selected for his collaborative ability, commitment, dependability, diligence, class attendance and outstanding class participation.

Other T&M student awards and recognitions:

Management student Katie Maxwell (’11) was selected for the McConnell Family Scholarship in Technology & Management.

Electrical Engineering student Kurt Tomlinson (’10) and Mechanical Engineering student Alvin Chen (’11) have received  ConocoPhillips Technology & Management Scholarships. These awards are based on the financial need created when T&M students must take additional classes required for a Minor in Engineering and Management.

Kinav Patel ('11) has been awarded the Campoamor Scholarship to study in the German LBAT (Languages for Business and Technology) Program. This scholarship helps students who excel beyond academics defer international travel costs. Patel was also nominated for the Federal Executive Board (FEB) Award in Children's Environmental Health.  The Environmental Protection Agency hosts the FEB Awards to recognize employees who have excelled in a given field or program. Patel was nominated because of his efforts at local outreach, development of educational materials, and involvement in the program.

Cory Dunton ('11) was named a "National Academy of Nuclear Training Scholar."  Dunton was also appointed President of the Georgia Tech Student Foundation

Neil Rath ('11) has been conducting research with Healthcare Robots and submitted a paper that will be published in the upcoming 2010 IEEE International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (BioRob 2010).

Stephanie Stout ('10) received the Caterpillar Mentoring Award as a part of the M&M Mentoring Program, a “Pay it Forward” Scholarship in which she receives money now to help with educational costs, and within five years she will give a scholarship from her own money to a graduating senior. Stout was also the President of the Society of Women Engineers, and will be presenting her research (in conjunction with NASA’s Ames Research Center) at the International Planetary Probe Workshop in Barcelona, Spain this summer.

Marshall Martin ('10) was awarded the President’s Undergraduate Research Award. Martin has also been accepted into Harvard Business School’s 2+2 program.

Technology & Management Faculty Accomplishments & Awards

Professor Mark Ferguson, T&M Academic Director, was selected for the 2010 Hesburgh Award as a Teaching Fellow representing the Scheller College of Business

Professor John Cressler received the 2010 Class of 1940 Howard Ector Outstanding Teaching Award, Georgia Tech’s highest teaching honor.

Professor Eric Overby received an award for the Best Paper at the 2010 Academy of Management meeting for a paper he co-authored with Sam Ransbotham, Boston College. The paper was entitled Does Individuals’ Adoption of New Technologies Supplement or Substitute for Incumbent Technologies? Proposing and Investigating Disaggregate Adoption Patterns.


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