2015 Scholars

TIES 2015 Scholars


Malik Barton

BSEE – Scholar since 2015

My name is Malik Barton and I transferred from Dalton State College. I was born in the United States Virgin Islands and grew up in Stone Mountain, GA. I love to go on long runs, play sports of all kinds and listen to all kinds of music. I plan on going into Alternative Energy and Power Electronics.

Precious Gibson

BSEE – Scholar since 2015

I am a transfer from the Illustrious Spelman College who is participating in the Dual Degree Engineering Program. I was born in Albany, GA but grew up in Atlanta, GA. I enjoy going to the movies and hanging out with my friends. My passion lies within building new technologies that can be used by anyone in the world. My favorite class is IC Fabrication.

Aisha Jackson

Aisha Jackson

BSEE – Scholar since 2015

This fall I transferred from Spelman College where I was a Computer Science major. At Spelman, I was a member of the Spelbots Robotics Team and really enjoyed participating in outreach activities. In the future, I plan on getting my masters and working in the corporate world. Recently, I celebrated my 22nd birthday on NYE in NYC!

Prana Koirala

BSCmpE – Scholar since 2015

I am a senior Computer Engineering student at Georgia Tech, intended to pursue undergraduate degree  in Fall 2017. My area of focus and interest includes Computer Networking, Software Engineering & Embedded System. To view more detail about me, visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/prana-koirala-77099865


Hoai Nguyen

BSEE – Scholar since 2015

I started my major as accounting but then I found that I have interests in science and mathematics. I switched to electrical engineering, which I found the most interesting. I plan to work for a company where we plan and design power stations and equipment for generators.


Matthew Woford

BSEE – Scholar since 2015

I am a 29 year old electrician. I came back to school two years ago and I am excited to be here at Georgia Tech. I hope to learn more skills with software, hardware, and techniques used in power distribution and building design. My goal is to use my field experience with my degree and become a Helluva Engineer!