Three faculty members in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) received top Georgia Tech awards at the Institute’s annual Faculty & Staff Honors Luncheon, held April 22 at the Georgia Tech Student Center Ballroom.
Robert Butera – Senior Faculty Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentor Award
Mark Davenport – Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning/BP Junior Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
Hua Wang – Sigma Xi Young Faculty Award
Wang was also honored at the annual Georgia Tech Sigma Xi Awards Banquet on April 21.
Seven ECE students were among award winners recognized at the annual Georgia Tech Student Honors Celebration, held on April 20 at the Georgia Tech Student Center Ballroom.
The following ECE-specific awards were recognized by College of Engineering Dean Gary May at this event. They and 24 additional students were presented with their awards at the Roger P. Webb Awards Program, held on April 20 prior to the Georgia Tech Student Honors Celebration.
Alan Dong – Outstanding Electrical Engineering Senior Award
Ratchapong Tangkijvorakul – Outstanding Computer Engineering Senior Award
Jennifer Hunter – ECE Undergraduate Research Award
Elisabeth Sarah Bradley – Most Outstanding ECE Senior Co-op Award
The following ECE students were also recognized with awards, given by other units and groups at Georgia Tech.
Jonathan Tuck – Love Family Foundation Scholarship
This is Georgia Tech’s highest award given to a graduating senior, and it recognizes the senior who has the most outstanding scholastic record of all members of the class.
Gregory Cooke, Ang Deng – Henry Ford II Scholar Awards
These awards are given to engineering students who have the best academic records at the end of the third year of undergraduate study.
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Last revised November 13, 2017