Meet College of Sciences Spring 2017 Graduates

Congratulations to our College of Sciences graduates; we can't wait to see what comes next for you!

They come from all over the world to study at Georgia Tech. Once here, they discover that the academic rigor and leading-edge science research they’ve heard so much about is, indeed, true – and demands their best.

Whether their journey started in Suwanee or Singapore, undergraduates discover something else in the heart of Atlanta: the Tech experience, which involves forming new and lasting friendships, stretching out of their comfort zones, becoming part of the larger Georgia Tech family, and more.

This week, meet nine graduating seniors who are among the best of their respective schools in the College of Sciences.

“These students came to us needing our dedicated guidance and outstanding research and educational laboratories to help them achieve new heights of learning and uncover their powers of scientific investigation,” says College of Sciences Dean Paul M. Goldbart. “Georgia Tech helped them achieve those goals, but we also helped them join a larger community – one that values friendship and collaboration as well as scholarship. Congratulations to our College of Sciences graduates; we can't wait to see what comes next for you!”

James T. Farmer

Luella H.S., Locust Grove, Georgia B.S. in Physics

 

Meet James T. Farmer

Morgan A. Foreman

Woodward Academy, College Park, Georgia B.S. in Psychology

 

Meet Morgan A. Foreman

Chi Huynh

United World College of South East Asia (UWCSEA), Singapore B.S. in Applied Mathematics

 

Meet Chi Huynh

Shannon McGeary

Mount Paran Christian School, Kennesaw, Georgia B.S. in Biochemistry

 

Meet Shannon McGeary

Sarah M. Nay

Parkview High School, Lilburn, Georgia B.S. in Psychology

Meet Sarah Nay

Krishma Singal

Duluth High School, Duluth, Georgia B.S. in Physics

 

Meet Krishma Singal

Chloe L. Stanton

Mill Creek High School, Hoschton, California B.S. in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Meet Chloe Stanton

Charles M. Wang

Walton High School, Marietta, Georgia B.S. in Chemistry, B.S. in Computer Science

 

Meet Charles Wang

Madison R. Young

Crean Lutheran High School, Irvine, CaliforniaB.S. in Biology

Coming May 5. Stay tuned!