Colleges and Schools

Research and Teaching. People and Ideas. Facilities and Special Initiatives. All are integral to Georgia Tech's past successes and the key to its extraordinary vision for the future. Philanthropic support is fundamental to the Institute's capacity for leadership in engineering, the sciences, computing, business, architecture, and the liberal arts.

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Aerospace Engineering

With academic and research specialties in fluid mechanics, flight mechanics and controls, propulsion and combustion, and system design and optimization, the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering is creating new technologies for the 21st century.

 

Email Farah Kashlan, Director of Development

Biomedical Engineering

A unique partnership between Georgia Tech and Emory University, the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering is advancing biomedical engineering through innovative research and collaboration and integrating them into the mainstream of health care.

Email Courtney Lucas Ferencik, Development Associate

Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

The School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering has a distinguished history of educating generations of leaders in academics, business, and industry. Today, it is leading the way in research and education in the field.

Email Donna Peyton, Director of Development

Civil & Environmental Engineering

The School of Civil & Environmental Engineering provides broad and diverse training for undergraduate and graduate students and is committed to improving the human condition and focused on the needs of people in a complex global society.

Email Bryan Landry, Director of Development

Electrical & Computer Engineering

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is the nation's largest producer of electrical and computer engineering graduates, featuring top-ranked graduate and undergraduate programs and dual degree programs around the globe.

Email Martina Hubbarth, Director of Development

Materials Science & Engineering

The School of Materials Science and Engineering plays a key role in the advancement of technology through the development of new materials, from improving medical technology and strengthening infrastructure to advancing computing and communications.

Email Mary Z. McEneaney, Director of Development

Mechanical Engineering

Since 1888, the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering has sustained excellence in creating and building devices, products, and systems that make the world a better place, training generations of engineering leaders taking on the world's grand challenges.

Email Tom Lawly, Director of Development

Industrial & Systems Engineering

The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering has sustained an unparalleled caliber of research, faculty, and students, with expertise in supply chain logistics, transportation, manufacturing, health and humanitarian logistics, and security.

Email Nancy Sandlin, Director of Development