We are proud to announce that one of our undergrads, Robert “Trey” Quinn is the recipient of this year’s Google Lime Connect Scholarship. It is sponsored by Google and Lime Connect, which is a nonprofit that supports students with disabilities who are pursuing education and promising careers. This scholarship focuses on undergraduate students with disabilities who are studying computer science. Trey is working in our lab with high school intern Velda Wang on unsupervised machine learning of clinical Alzheimer’s patients. Huge congratulations to Trey for this well-deserved achievement!
The course that Dr. Mitchell developed and teaches, Systems Neuropathology & Translational Engineering, made the newly introduced “Teaching Honor Roll” for Fall 2020. The “Teaching Honor Roll” honors forty educators based on how students rate them at the end of each term. In addition to Dr. Mitchell, nine other BME instructors made the list. We are endlessly proud of Dr. Mitchell’s achievements and are always glad when she is acknowledged both for her research and for her instructional work.
Check out more details about the “Teaching Honor Roll” and the other BME instructors who were honored with it at this link: https://bme.gatech.edu/bme/students-rate-bell-huff-jacobson-rains-stubbs-among-techs-best-teachers
By: Elaina Horlander