BBISS Appoints Twelve Fellows

The Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems at Georgia tech has appointed 12 BBISS Fellows.  This diverse group of faculty and researchers come from all six of Georgia Tech’s Colleges as well as the Georgia Tech Research Institute.  The purpose of the Fellows program is to serve as a board of advisors to the BBISS; to foster the culture and community of sustainability researchers, educators, and students at Georgia Tech; and to communicate broadly the vision, mission, values, and objectives of the BBISS. Fellows will work with the BBISS for three years, with the potential for renewal. 

 The BBISS Fellows are:
  •  Baabak Ashuri, School of Building Construction, College of Architecture 
  •  Atalay Atasu, Scheller College of Business
  • Kevin Caravati, Georgia Tech Research Institute
  • Kim Cobb, School of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, College of Sciences
  • Bistra Dilkina, School of Computational Science & Engineering, College of Computing 
  • Ellen Dunham-Jones, College of Architecture
  • Tom Fuller, School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, College of Engineering
  • Ashok Goel, School of Interactive Computing, College of Computing
  • Randy Guensler, School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering
  • Daniel Matisoff, School of Public Policy, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
  • Juan Moreno-Cruz, School of Economics, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
  • Marc Weissburg, School of Biology, College of Sciences
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Brent Verrill, Communications Manager, BBISS