Undergraduate Student Legacy Award
Public Policy and Biomedical Engineering
The Ivan Allen Jr. Legacy Awards honor faculty and students whose lives and work embody the spirit of Georgia Tech alumnus Ivan Allen Jr. (Commerce 1934). As stewards of Mayor Allen’s legacy, the College champions research, teaching, and service that encompass Mayor Allen’s visionary urban policies and his values of social courage, social justice, and ethical action. Recipients are selected from nominees considered by the Legacy Awards Committee led by Associate Dean John Tone.
The Legacy Awards are supported through the generosity of Col. Stephen and Mrs. Pamela Hall.
Undergraduate Legacy Award
Economics and International Affairs
Graduate Legacy Award
Science, Technology, and Culture 2013
Public Policy 2015
Faculty Legacy Award
Professor of Spanish and Associate Chair for Research and Assessment in the School of Modern Languages
Faculty: Doug Flamming, professor in the School of History, Technology, and Society, for his outstanding teaching and scholarship in addition to his contributions to the campus community.
Alumni: Michelle Homier, B.S. from the School of History, Technology, and Society, for her appointment as first female judge in the history of Cherokee County and for her work to create a mental health court to improve substance abuse treatment.
Graduate Student: Johann Weber, Ph.D. candidate in the School of Public Policy, for his leadership as the founder and chair of Georgia Tech’s Bicycle Committee (BIIC) and for his academic success.
Undergraduate Student: Caroline Gwynn, Science, Technology, and Culture major with a concentration in biomedicine, for her outstanding achievements in the honors program and active participation in a variety of service organizations.
Faculty: Dr. Lisa Yaszek, professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, for extraordinary work in science fiction's sociological applications and dedication as a teacher.
Alumni: Travis Horsley, M.S. in Public Policy (2012) and B.S. in International Affairs and Modern Languages (2010), for co-founding Tubing Operations for Humanitarian Logistics (TOHL), an enterprise with a plan and technology to revolutionize the way isolated communities receive water.
Graduate Student: Andrew Quitmeyer, Ph.D. candidate in Digital Media in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, for his research connecting the quantitative realms of computer science and biology with the creative area of digital performance in projects that have taken him around the world.
Undergraduate Student: Angeli Patel, International Affairs major and Philosophy and Law, Science, and Technology minors, for her foundation and leadership of ReThink, focusing on disabilities education, and her active participation in campus activities.
Faculty: Dr. Margaret Kosal, assistant professor in The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
Alumni: Alexander West, School of Literature, Media, and Communication
Graduate Student: Nettrice Gaskins, Digital Media
Undergraduate Student: Kate Wharton, Economics and International Affairs with language focus in Spanish and Arabic
Faculty: Dr. Haizheng Li, professor in the School of Economics
Alumni: Philip Rafshoon, School of Management
Graduate Student: Joel Hewett, History and Sociology of Technology and Science
Undergraduate Student: Amira Choueiki, Economics and International Affairs with an International Plan track in Arabic and a minor in Public Policy
Faculty: Adam Stulberg, associate professor in The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
Alumni: Sarah Kenagy, The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
Graduate Student: Cate Powell, The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
Undergraduate Student: Trey Birch, Economics and International Affairs Major (2010)
Faculty: Michael Best, assistant professor in The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
Alumni: Charlotte Wheeler, School of History, Technology, and Society 2002
Student: Kristie Champlin, School of Public Policy 2010
Faculty: Greg Nobles, professor in the School of History, Technology, and Society
Alumni: Jackson Jarrell Pair
Student: Amanda Meng, GEML major
Faculty: Douglas Noonan, professor in the School of Public Policy
Alumni: Carol A. Couch
Student: Chris Van Acker, STAC major
Faculty: Thomas D. Boston, professor in the School of Economics
Alumni: Chris Young
Student: Saira Amir, Public Policy major
Faculty: Katja Weber, associate professor in The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and co-director of the European Union Center
Alumni: Jason Anavitarte
Student: Sarah Edwards, HTS major
Faculty: Roberta Berry, associate professor in the School of Public Policy
Alumni: Michael Williams
Student: Ashley Jennings, STAC major