AΩE | Academics

Honors & Awards

Several of our members are privileged to be part of honor societies on campus, including Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Chi Epsilon, and Omega Chi Epsilon. Current members are also honored to be or have participated in the following programs and have received the following scholarships:
  • President's Scholarship Program
  • Georgia Tech Honors Program
  • Opportunity Research Scholars
  • Penelope W. and E. Roe Stamps IV Leadership Scholarship
  • President's Undergraduate Research Award
  • Carl F. Phillips Scholarship
  • Godbold Foundation Scholarship
  • Sidney Goldin Scholarship
  • Provost's Scholarship
  • Various Women in Engineering Scholarships
  • Southern Automotive Women's Forum Scholarship
  • Mundy Endowment Fund Recipient
  • National Merit Society Commended Scholar
  • Zell Miller Scholarship


Morgan studied abroad in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Taiwan. She met Bou Meng, one of the seven adult survivors of the Khmer Rouge S-21 prison camp in Cambodia. Morgan also swam with a whale shark!

Sarah interned for the House Energy & Commerce Democratic Staff in Washington D.C. She worked closely with oversight subcommittees on legislation regarding Puerto Rico Hurricane recovery as well as oversight of the EPA. Sarah even got a selfie with Bernie Sanders!

Lindsey is an undergraduate research assistant with the Wu lab. The Wu lab uses mass spec based proteomics to quantify differences between secreted proteins in normal and diseased cells in order to identify new biomarkers for disease detection.

Prerna interning at The Intel Corporation!