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The College of Computing at Georgia Tech is seeking its third Dean. The chief academic and administrative officer of the College, this individual will report to the Georgia Tech Provost and also hold the title of John P. Imlay, Jr. Dean’s Chair. For more information, please read the Institute’s official announcement.
Read the full position description being used by the search team, including areas of responsibilities, ideal candidate profile and nomination information.
Please forward all candidate nominations to GIT-DeanComputing [at] russellreynolds [dot] com (Matt Aiello) of the search firm Russell Reynolds Associates.
Candidate Interview Questions
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Search Committee Members
|Gary May (chair) ||Professor and Chair, Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|Rosa Arriaga ||Senior Research Scientist, Interactive Computing|
|Henrik Christensen ||Professor, Interactive Computing|
|Nick Feamster ||Assistant Professor, Computer Science|
|Marta Garcia ||Associate Vice President, Development|
|Rebecca Grinter ||Associate Dean, Graduate Affairs, and Associate Professor, Interactive Computing|
|Charles Isbell ||Associate Dean, Undergraduate Affairs, and Associate Professor, Interactive Computing|
|Wenke Lee ||Associate Professor, Computer Science|
|James McGarrah ||Director of Research, Georgia Tech Research Institute|
|Janet Murray ||Professor, Literature, Communication and Culture|
|Thomas Noonan ||Former Chairman, President and CEO, IBM Internet Security Systems Inc.|
and Chair, CoC Advisory Board
|Haesun Park ||Professor, Computational Science and Engineering|
|Bryan Payne ||Graduate Student, Computer Science|
|Pamela Ruffin ||Director of Human Resources and Administration, College of Computing|
|David Sherrill ||Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry|
|Jennifer Whitlow ||Undergraduate Student, Computational Media|
Provost's Advisory Group
The College of Computing’s interface with industry has been and will continue to be essential to its success. The Provost’s Advisory Group is comprised of experienced and accomplished alumni and friends of the College who are uniquely qualified to assess the qualifications of the top candidates and advise the Provost on each individual’s strengths and weaknesses relative to the College and the needs, landscape and future of the computing industry.
The group will meet with the Provost and the chair of the search committee early in the search process to discuss the group’s charge, plans, and timeline. Later in the process, the group will be asked to meet with each of the final candidates, and then provide the Provost with an assessment and advice.
|Joe Bankoff ||President, Woodruff Arts Center|
|Keith Cooley ||Vice President, Engineering, Oversight Systems|
|Bill Goodhew ||Vice President, Intelligent Systems Corporation|
|John Imlay ||Chairman, Imlay Investments, Inc.|
|Chris Klaus ||CEO/Founder, Kaneva|
|Jim Lester ||Former CIO, AFLAC|
|David McCoy ||Managing Vice President, Gartner Fellow Emeritus, Gartner|
|Jim McKnight ||COO, Cox Enterprises|
|Said Mohammadioun ||Managing Partner, TechOperators, LLC|
Georgia Tech has retained Russell Reynolds Associates, an international search firm with expertise in higher education, to assist with the process. Working directly with the search committee and prospective candidates will be Russell Reynolds personnel Matt Aiello, Ilene Nagel and Matt Mooney.
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