College of Computing News

Two GT Computing Students Named Semifinalists for Mr. Georgia Tech

With Homecoming Week fast approaching, two College of Computing students are among 10 semifinalists vying for the title of Mr. Georgia Tech.

According to the Georgia Tech Homecoming Facebook page, Kyle Woumn and Andrew Perry, both computer science majors, have been nominated to represent the Institute next week during the Homecoming celebration as Mr. Georgia Tech.

Voting for Mr. and Ms. Georgia Tech, which is only open to students, opened today and runs through October 26. This follows a rigorous interview and presentation process that narrowed a larger field to 10 nominees for each. The winners will be revealed during halftime of the Homecoming Game against Duke on Oct. 29.

Kyle Woumn is a 5th-year student from Decatur, Georgia. Kyle has had a variety of remarkable experiences while at Tech, including studying abroad through the Spain LBAT program and interning in San Francisco with Twilio.

As a mentorship advocate, Woumn has been involved with the Office of Minority Educational Development EDGE Mentorship Program, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc, the New Student and Sophomore Program’s KNIT Mentorship Program Executive Board, the Center for Engineering Education and Diversity’s Peer-to-Peer Mentorship Program, and the Student Government Association, where he served as one of two College of Computing representatives.

Kyle has also served as the Public Relations Chair and Finance Chair for the Georgia Tech Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, his sponsoring organization.

Andrew Perry is a 4th-year student from Peachtree City, Georgia. Since he began at Georgia Tech, Perry has become known for working to improve the student experience for all Yellow Jackets and currently serves as the Director of the Mental Health Student Coalition. He also reaches out to new students and supports the Tech community by volunteering as a Georgia Tech Ambassador and a FASET leader.

Perry also serves as the Vice President of Omicron Delta Kappa and is a member on the Student Advisory Board for the Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education.

Along with relaxing by the Campanile, Perry also enjoys dancing in Mock Rock, and tinkering with tech in the GVU Lab. His brothers in the Delta Chi fraternity nominated Perry for Mr. Georgia Tech.