Leading Tech’s Campus on the Coast

December 09, 2015 | By Shamika Hill

Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine: Diane Lee oversees the day-to-day operations of Georgia Tech’s Savannah campus, which was originally launched in 1999 as an engineering hub with multiple degree offerings. The campus underwent a strategic shift in 2011, sunsetting its undergraduate programs and concentrating its efforts instead on providing the coastal region with professional education programs. That shift allowed campus leaders to leverage their strong ties to the local industry and focus on executive leadership training, military transition programs, supply chain and logistics coursework, and STEM outreach for K-12 students. Lee has spent the past three years managing a staff of 20 full-timers, and is helping spearhead the campus toward a bright future  ...  Read more >