All Schools Represented in 2022 Faculty Tenure and Promotions
Five faculty from the College of Computing have been approved for advancement.
Representing each of the College's four schools, they were included in this week's campus announcement of all faculty members that have been approved for either tenure or promotion.
Earning tenure this year are Ada Gavrilovska and Andrea Grimes Parker. College faculty members being promoted to professor are Edmond Chow, Melody Jackson, and Taesoo Kim.
College of Computing Dean Charles Isbell shared the news with College faculty and staff in his weekly email.
"These promotions represent years of sustained hard work in research, teaching, and service. Please join me in congratulating these faculty members and in thanking them for being such important members of our community," said Isbell, who is also the John P. Imlay Jr. Chair in Computing.
Gavrilovska is an associate professor in the School of Computer Science (CS) and a Georgia Tech alumna (CS Ph.D. 04). She is also a lead researcher in the Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems. Parker, also a Georgia Tech alumna (HCC Ph.D. 11), is an associate professor in the School of Interactive Computing (IC) and the founding director of the Wellness Technology Lab.
Chow is the associate chair of the School of Computational Science and Engineering and director of the Intel Parallel Computing Center at Georgia Tech. Based in the School of Interactive Computing, Jackson is a Georgia Tech alumna (CS Ph.D. 98) and is the founding director of the Georgia Tech Brain Lab. Kim is a faculty member in the School of CS and the School of Cybersecurity and Privacy. He is also a lead researcher in the Systems Software & Security Lab.
Earlier this month the University System of Georgia Board of Regents appointed Amy Bruckman, a professor in the School of IC, as Regents' Professor. School of IC Interim Chair John Stasko was reappointed as Regents' Professor.