Dean Search – College Information

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Statement of Position

In our 19th year, the Georgia Tech College of Computing is searching for its third dean. Since 1990 our community has actively established computing as a discipline in its own right, worked to form a broader, more nuanced definition of computer science, and strove to build a community of students and scholars that reflects our diverse culture and values. As we have helped transform the field of computing through these efforts, so have we transformed ourselves as a college. We are now organized around the central areas of computing as we see them: Computer Science, Interactive Computing and Computational Science & Engineering (with an imminent fourth component in Biomedical Informatics). Our next dean will be a dynamic leader with a proven record of academic excellence, but perhaps the most important traits will be the ability to steer us through our next phase of growth and the vision to help us achieve our ongoing goal of defining the new face of computing.

College of Computing Administration: List of the College's senior leadership team, including deans and staff directors.

College of Computing Organizational Chart
: Graphical representation of the College of Computing's hierarchical structure.

Facts at a Glance:
Page from the College of Computing's Viewbook that gives most relevant facts and general information about the College.

History of the College: Details the history of computing education at Georgia Tech, starting with the first draft proposal in 1963 to offer a master's in information science.

Rankings and Awards
: Highlights of the College's many accolades, both institutionally and to individual faculty members.

The Transformative Power of Computing: Prepared Fall 2008 to inform candidates for Georgia Tech president, this document captures both the accomplishments and strategic aspirations of the College of Computing. Related materials include the following strategic plans for the academic units within the college:

    * School of Computer Science Strategic Plan
    * School of Interactive Computing Strategic Plan
    * Computational Science and Engineering Division Strategic Plan


State of the College Address 2006-2008


Each fall before an audience of faculty, staff and students, the dean relates the most noteworthy of the College's accomplishments and outlines plans for the coming year.

    * 2008 – Delivered by Interim Dean Jim Foley
    * 2007 – Delivered by former Dean Rich DeMillo
    * 2006 – Delivered by former Dean Rich DeMillo