Alice Agogino Awarded at Georgia Tech

Alice Agogino receives Georgia Tech’s Women in Science and Technology Distinguished Lecture Award, Feb. 28, 2017. Lecture title was “Design for Social Impact:  Multiple Dimensions of Diversity in Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Medical (STEM) Education and Careers” (slides). The award and associated talk was introduced by Mary Frank Fox (Women in Science & Technology Co-Director), Rafael Bras (Provost) and Gary May (Dean of Engineering at Georgia Tech and incoming Chancellor at UC Davis). Alice Agogino is the Roscoe and Elizabeth Hughes Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Chair of the Development Engineering Graduate Group and Education Director of the Blum Center for Developing Economies

Photo Caption: L-> R: Gary May (Dean, Engineering); Mary Frank Fox (WST Co-director): Alice Agogino (UC-Berkeley, Awardee), Rafael Bras (Provost), Mary Lynn Realff (WST Co-director), Archie Ervin (VP-Institute Diversity)

Also see: Georgia Tech engineering dean Gary May chosen as next UC Davis chancellor