News: GEMS Club wins 2013 CETL award

Posted March 7, 2013

The Girls Excelling in Math and Science Club, a joint initiative of Inman Middle School, an Atlanta Public School, and Georgia Tech's Center for the Study of Women, Science, and Technology (WST), which reports to the Vice President for Institute Diversity, has won the 2013 Educational Partnership Award, presented by Georgia Tech's Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL). Approximately 40 middle school students participate in GEMS, which is organized as a team effort. The GEMS team includes Dr. Mary Lynn Realff (MSE) and Dr. Carol Colatrella (LMC); Georgia Tech students Mehran D'Souza (ISYE), Natalie Payne (BME), Mercedes Shannon (MGT), Lu Ling (BME) and Andrea Del Risco (ISYE); and Inman Middle School Principal Paula Herrema and 7th grade science teacher Candice Price.  See http://talkupaps.wordpress.com/2013/03/28/inmans-gems-club-receives-ga-tech-educational-partnership-award/

Information about GEMS is available at http://www.wst.gatech.edu/girls-excelling-math-and-science-gems

For more information, contact Carol Colatrella