• Valerie Thomas Honored with Class of 1934 Outstanding Interdisciplinary Activities Award

    Anderson Interface Professor of Natural Systems, Valerie Thomas has been awarded the Class of 1934 Outstanding Interdisciplinary Activities Award by the Faculty Honors Committee. The award was established to recognize Georgia Tech faculty who have made significant interdisciplinary contributions to teaching and research. Professor Thomas has been active in a wide variety of research areas including nuclear arms control, energy policy, high-energy physics, environmental sustainability, and technology assessment.  Her collaborations are equally varied, including colleagues from academia, and the public and private sectors. The nature of her collaborations and diverse subject expertise has resulted in research that engages the public and has had meaningful impacts in policy making. The award will be presented at the annual Georgia Tech Faculty and Staff Honors Luncheon to be held on Wednesday, April 11, 2018.


Core Research Areas

Gigatechnology logo
Image of commuter train overpass over freeway with text overlay, "Infrastructure Ecology."
Image of clean water being poured with "Clean Water" label.
Atlanta skyline on a clear day with "Clean Air" label.
Image of earth's horizon from low earth orbit with "Global Change" label.
Image of greenhouse interior with the label, "Food-Energy-Water Systems."
Diagram of how the synergy of green infrastructure elements lead to greater sustainability with text overlay, "BBISS Research Projects."

@BB_ISS on Twitter