Mar 19, 2018 | Atlanta, GA
Five new Fellows were appointed to the Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems. In addition to their own work, BBISS Fellows serve as advisors to the BBISS and help to advance its vision, mission, values, and objectives across the community of sustainability-minded researchers, educators, and students at Georgia Tech. Fellows will work with the BBISS for three years, with the potential for renewal.
The five new Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems Faculty (BBISS) Fellows are:
- Kate Pride Brown (School of History and Sociology)
- Emanuele Massetti (School of Public Policy)
- Yuanzhi Tang (School of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences)
- Cassandra Telenko (Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering)
- Perry Yang (School of City & Regional Planning)
About the BBISS:
The Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems promotes comprehensive and innovative systems-based approaches to address the challenges and opportunities inherent in achieving a sustainable and prosperous future. The BBISS enhances Georgia Tech’s research, education, and service missions, and campus operations through leadership, communications, development, and decision making inspired and defined by the principles of sustainability. More information is available at the BBISS Website.
Links to profiles:
Kate Pride Brown, School of History and Sociology
Emanuele Massetti, School of Public Policy
Yuanzhi Tang, School of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
Cassandra Telenko, Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
Perry Yang, School of City & Regional Planning