Recognizing the impact of philanthropy at Georgia Tech
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Philanthropy at Tech is a student-led initiative at Georgia Tech created to illustrate the importance of philanthropy on our campus. Our institution benefits greatly from the many generous gifts from esteemed alumni and other friends of the Institute, and we wish to recognize and thank them for their contributions.
We invite you to learn more about these fascinating men and women, learn more about the names you associate with everyday buildings, and learn more about how philanthropic giving is a true Tech Tradition!
Yours in White and Gold,
Elizabeth, Matt, Danielle, and Andrew
Philanthropy at Tech - Student Leads
Ralph A Hefner was a Georgia Tech faculty member from 1929 to 1967. Hefner first came to Tech in 1929 as a math instructor. He had worked up to a full professor by 1...
Harold Edward Montag was born on September 8, 1897 and graduated from Georgia Tech in 1918 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. His senior quote in the Blueprint...
Much of Georgia Institute of Technology was built from the generosity of those who preferred for their names to remain anonymous. We respect this decision, and thank...
Initially Crosland was appointed as Assistant Librarian in 1925, then she was promoted to Librarian in 1927 and Director of Libraries in 1953, a title she would hold...