Ramblin’ Roll

  • Jan Lorenc honored for Delta Flight Museum design

    Jan Lorenc honored for Delta Flight Museum design

    Jan Lorenc, MS Arch 94, principal of Lorenc+Yoo Design, received the Graphis Design 2016 Gold Award for work on the Delta Flight Museum. Lorenc+Yoo Design was recognized for its exhibit master plan and concept design for the Delta Flight Museum, located in Atlanta. In collaboration with Stevens & Wilkinson, Lorenc+Yoo Design completed the master plan and conceptual more

  • Jim Borders awarded for contributions to Atlanta

    Jim Borders awarded for contributions to Atlanta

    Jim Borders, ME 83, is the 2015 recipient of the Frank Carter Community Achievement Award from the Urban Land Institute Atlanta. Borders is the president and CEO of Novare Group, a real estate development firm. The Frank Carter Community Achievement Award is given annually to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the metro more

  • Margaret Venable named  president of Dalton State College

    Margaret Venable named president of Dalton State College

    Margaret Venable, MS Chem 90, has been named president of Dalton State College by the University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents. Venable had served the college as interim president since January. Venable was serving as provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at Gordon State College when she was asked to assume interim-presidential responsibilities at more

  • Ramblin’ Roll, Vol. 91 No. 4

    Ramblin’ Roll, Vol. 91 No. 4

    1970s | 1980s | 1990s | 2000s | 2010s | Weddings | Births 1970s A. Peter Hilger, Arch 78, faculty co-director and instructor for the University of Minnesota College of Continuing Education, has been named one of eight recipients of the 2015 Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Award, the University’s most prestigious award for excellence in undergraduate teaching. B.C. Killough, IE 74, has been named to the annual more

  • Former professor honored by Atlanta

    Former professor honored by Atlanta

    Dorothy Cowser Yancy was honored by the Atlanta City Council for her leadership and excellence in higher education. Yancy has been breaking new ground for African-Americans in academia since 1972. Yancy was the first African-American to receive tenure as a full professor at Georgia Tech. Yancy was a member of Tech’s faculty from 1972-94, serving more