Ramblin' Roll

Young Jackets Put in the National Spotlight

Spring 2017 | by Alumni Publications

For the second year in a row, seven Georgia Tech alumni and students were featured in Forbes’ prestigious “30 Under 30” list.
Ramblin' Roll, Vol. 93 No. 1

Spring 2017 | by Alumni Publications

Steven C. Bassett, ME 66, received the 2016 Distinguished Service Award from the National Society of Professional Engineers.

We Can Do That

Spring 2017 | by Alumni Publications

Robert Caldwell, AE 89, Matthew Stovall, AE 98, MS AE 99, Jeremy Scroggs, AE 13, and Michael Kang, AE 14, all Lockheed Martin employees, were part of the Joint Strike Fighter Integrated Test Force team supporting the F-35B Third Development Test (DT-III) Sea Trial aboard the USS America off the coast of Southern California.

Ramblin' Roll, Vol. 92 No. 4

Winter 2016 | by Alumni Publications

Robert Gotsch, IM 59, was awarded with Delta Tau Delta Fraternity’s Distinguished Service Chapter Citation, the fraternity’s highest service honor. In the past 20 years, Gotsch has served as chapter advisor for Emory University and Georgia Tech. For the past nine years, he has volunteered as house corporation president at Georgia Tech. Gotsch lives in Roswell, Ga., where he is a supply chain consultant with Lean Concepts Inc.

Up, Up and Away

Winter 2016 | by Alumni Publications

When most people think of test pilots, they think of Chuck Yeager breaking the sound barrier or U.S. fighter jocks like John Glenn and Alan Shepard becoming the Mercury astronauts back in the 1960s.
Weitnauer Named ECE Senior Associate Chair

Winter 2016 | by Alumni Publications

Mary Ann Weitnauer, PhD ECE 89, has been appointed senior associate chair for Georgia Tech’s School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Kovac Elected President of Sheridan Construction

Winter 2016 | by Alumni Publications

Christy Peacock Kovac, BC 91, has been elected as president of Sheridan Construction—making her the first woman to lead a major construction company in Middle Georgia.
Spurlock Honored By German Government

Winter 2016 | by Alumni Publications

Barry Lee Spurlock, ME 65, has been awarded Germany’s highest civilian honor, the Order of Merit First Class.
Ramblin' Roll, Vol. 92 No. 3

Fall 2016 | by Alumni Publications

Daniel C. Paschal, Chem 69, PhD Chem 74, was awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor of chemistry at the Perimeter College of Georgia State University. Prior to teaching, Paschal worked for 30 years with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Ramblin' Roll, Vol. 92 No. 2

Summer 2016 | by Alumni Publications

Edward Roe Stamps, IE 67, MS IE 72, HON PhD 14, was inducted into the Phi Delta Theta Georgia Alumni Hall of Fame.  
Ramblin' Roll, Vol. 92 No. 1

Spring 2016 | by Alumni Publications

Quentin Dastugue, CE 77, was one of 25 people nationwide selected to serve on the Michael J. Fox Foundation Patient Council. The Michael J. Fox Foundation’s Patient Council meets twice per year to learn about the most recent Parkinson's disease-related research developments directly from scientists and doctors.