What Can You Do with a College of Sciences Degree?
A degree from the College of Sciences opens a variety of career paths—from teaching the next generation of doctors to leading world-class universities educating the next generation of global citizensTo celebrate Georgia Tech’s 2016 Homecoming, we asked College of Sciences alumni to reflect on their Georgia Tech education. In the following profiles, alumni share what attracted them to Georgia Tech, the most important things they learned while pursuing their degrees in the College of Sciences, how their experiences at Tech influenced their career paths, and their vivid memories of their time at Tech. Our alumni also offer advice to current and prospective students.
M.S. Psychology 1993 Ph.D. Psychology 1995 President George Mason University
Ph.D. Applied Physiology 2009 Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy Indiana University
B.S. Chemistry 1972 Professor Emeritus Emory University
M.S. Physics 1994 Ph.D. Physics 1997 Chair of Physics Morehouse College
B.S. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences 2016 B.S. Public Policy 2016 Project Coordinator at the Office of the President Nature Conservancy
B.S. Physics 2008 Senior Data Scientist Netflix
B.S. Applied Biology 1975 Assistant Chief of Surgery Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center Assistant Professor of Surgery Medical University of South Carolina
Ph.D. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences 1997 President Ateneo de Manila University
B.S. Applied Mathematics 2003 B.S. Computer Science 2003 Minor in Economics 2003 Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science NC State University