Russell Clark receives CEISMC Impact Award

Russ Clark receives CEISMC Impact Award

Russell Clark (right) receives CEISMC Impact Award from Tim Cone.

Russell Clark (right), senior research scientist in the Institute for People and Technology, was honored with a CESIMC Impact Award during the Celebrating Three Decades of CEISMC event in Atlanta last month. 

Georgia Tech’s Center for Education Integrating Mathematics and Computing (CEISMC), has served as the primary connection point between Georgia Tech faculty, students and the K-12 STEM education community. The recipients of the Impact Award are recognized for significant contributions to CEISMC over the years. Clark began working with CEISMC early in his career and has continued to partner and collaborate with CEISMC for many years. Tim Cone, senior program director of Georgia Tech Savannah CEISMC, presented the award to Clark and thanked him for his contributions to the Savannah and Atlanta programs.

Clark is the lead principal investigator for the the Coastal Equity and Resilience (CEAR) Hub. This is a project that joins community organizations, local governments, and educational institutions together to develop the knowledge, tools, and strategies that make our communities more resilient. CEAR Hub partners work alongside members of vulnerable communities to create fair and just solutions to climate challenges through community-led research, training, and outreach.

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