Michael Griffin (Georgia Tech Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow; Ph.D., Lousiana State University, '14; M.A., English, University of Tulsa, '09; B.A., English & B.A., Liberal Arts, Northwestern State University, '07) began teaching English and Writing at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School in Atlanta, GA in 2017.
Ryan Hedrich (B.S., Public Policy, ’14) is a math teacher at Berkmar High School in Gwinnett County. Originally an Applied Mathematics major, Ryan is excited to be teaching it now. He encourages all GT students who want to teach to work with GT Pre-Teaching!
Rena Ingram (M.A.T. - Chemistry, Kennesaw State University, ‘18; M.S., Chemistry, Georgia Tech, '17; B.S. Chemistry, Fort Valley State University, ’14) was a Cherry Emerson Fellow and was part of the Southern Regional Educational Board’s State Doctoral Scholars Program. She is a Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellow and a Noyce Foundation Fellow and is currently teaching high school Chemistry in Fulton County in Georgia. Read about Rena's journey to the classroom here.
Dale Kolosna (M.S., Computer Science, Georgia Tech, ‘96; M.B.A., Rollins College, ‘92; B.S.E., Computer & Information Science, University of Florida, ‘86) has pivoted into a new career as a high school computer science teacher in Forsyth County Schools in Georgia. Dale recently retired from a career as a computer scientist and decided to share his technical knowledge and experiences with the next generation of engineers as way to give back to his profession and to try something new and meaningful.
Jacob Wilson (Physics, ‘18) was a PLUS leader at the Center for Academic Success and served as a tutor for various organizations and individuals while a student at Tech. He is now an AP Physics instructor at the Rockdale Magnet School of Science and Technology in Rockdale County, Georgia. He also serves as the robotics coach and is pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching in Science Education.