Philanthropists

Jesse W. Mason

Jesse W. Mason served on Georgia Tech’s faculty from 1938-1972.  During that time he left a legacy on the Institute that goes far beyond the campus buildin...

John A. Caddell

John A. Caddell (ARCH 52) is a leader in the construction industry and a dedicated supporter of the Institute. He and his wife, Joyce, have directed their philanthro...

John and Mary Brock III

John F. Brock’s passion for Georgia Tech has been long admired since he was a child and attended Georgia Tech graduating in 1970 with a Degree in Chemical Engineerin...

John Saylor Coon

The first chair of the mechanical engineering department was John Saylor Coon who was also a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Coon worked in t...

John W. Grant

John Grant was a well-known Atlanta merchant around the 1880s, whose father and grandfather were both very successful railroad builders for their company, Fannin, Gr...

Joseph H. Howey

Joseph H. Howey received his Bachelors of Arts in 1923 from the College of Wooster an then went on to receive his PhD in Physics from Yale University in 1930....

Joseph Mayo Pettit

Dr. Joseph Pettit arguably played the most significant role in developing Tech into the world class school it is today. As Georgia Tech’s president from 1972 to 1986...

Josiah Cloudman

Josiah Cloudman's wife donated money in honor of him to go towards the Cloudman Residence hall in 1931.

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