Teaching and Learning
Inspired student searches for ‘best industrial engineering school’ and starts her journey to Atlanta from Africa.
“By the time I was in fifth grade I was spelling sentences saying, ‘I want to go to Georgia Tech to become an electrical engineer,’” Britt says.
As students, faculty, and staff leave campus for the holidays and semester break, Georgia Tech officials will be keeping a watchful eye on Washington, D.C.
Whisnant started college as a physics major at Agnes Scott College, but at Tech found a path that led to chemical and biomolecular engineering.