|Prof. Karen Feigh|
Aerospace Engineering professor Karen Feigh has been selected to join the fifth cohort of Georgia Tech’s Emerging Leaders Program (ELP). Starting in Fall 2020 and continuing through Spring 2021, Feigh and 15 other participants will take part in leadership development workshops, a fall weekend activity, small-group work, self-assessments, and 360-degree assessments.
Feigh earned her undergraduate degree at the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering and currently serves as the associate chair for the AE School's research programs.
“As we enter our fifth year, we are so pleased with the continued interest and engagement with the Emerging Leaders Program from faculty across the Colleges,” said Rafael L. Bras, provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs and K. Harrison Brown Family Chair.
“Since 2016, the program has supported faculty who are passionate about continuing their leadership journey and, in so doing, has promoted a growing culture of leadership at Georgia Tech.”
Joining Feigh in this leadership development program are colleagues from throughouth the Institute:
College of Computing
- Polo Chau, associate professor, School of Computational Science and Engineering
- Elizabeth Cherry, associate professor, School of Computational Science and Engineering
- Alessandro Orso, professor, School of Computer Science
College of Design
- Baabak Ashuri, associate professor, School of Building Construction
College of Engineering
- Morris Cohen, associate professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Anna Erickson, Woodruff Professor and associate professor, George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
- Karen Feigh, professor, Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering
- Benjamin Klein, associate professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Yao Xie, Harold R. and Mary Anne Nash Early Career Professor and associate professor, H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering
- Fumin Zhang, professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
College of Sciences
- David Ballantyne, professor, School of Physics
- Facundo Fernandez, Vasser Woolley Foundation Chair in Bioanalytical Chemistry and professor, School of Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Brian Hammer, associate professor, School of Biological Sciences