Foley Scholar Program 10th Anniversary

Celebrating 10 Years of Transformative Work in Computing

GVU started the James D. Foley GVU Center Endowment in 2007 to honor the contributions of one of HCI's pioneering researchers, Dr. James D. Foley, and support the work of Georgia Tech graduate students working to shape computing technology for the benefit of society. The James D. Foley Scholars Program was established and the first two recipients were named in 2008. The program was expanded in 2015 to include a second award, the GVU Distinguished Master's Student Award, to recognize the critical contributions that master's students make to the GVU research enterprise.

Take a look at the recipients through the years by clicking on the image below and find out where they are now and how they continue to forge a path for technology innovation.