Georgia Tech ' 19
Working with George during my undergraduate degree gave me a leg up in my graduate work. I use skills in analysis and experimental design that I developed with his guidance daily. George's mentorship has given me the confidence to do well in my scientific career. I'm thankful for his help.
Georgia Tech ' 20
Working with George for almost 2 years has been very beneficial. Times where I knew little, he helped with making sure I understood. In times where I didn’t know how, he pushed me to think outside the box, and to forget judgement or fear of being wrong. During my work here, I never felt like I had to suppress my ideas or felt unimportant, and that stems from George’s leadership, in making you feel part of the team and more than just a colleague. I’m really glad I found George and wouldn’t trade up my experience doing undergraduate research with him for anything else.
Georgia Tech ' 22
George was an incredible mentor while I worked with him in my first research lab. He loves his research and shares that passion with his students. His patience in teaching and care for his students were exemplary, always encouraging me to ask questions and seek further career advice. I feel privileged to have worked with and learned from George -- an intelligent and driven scientist.
Georgia Tech ' 21
Working with George has been a great privilege. I conducted undergraduate research in the same lab as George for a year and a half, and I had the opportunity to work with George more closely for the second half of my time in the lab on data analysis for our astrobiology project. He is a fantastic mentor. Moreover, working together felt like an equal partnership, and it is to be appreciated. George is one of the most attentive, dedicated, and patient colleagues I have ever met. George challenged me to grow as a scientist under his mentorship, and my time spent working with him will be something that I will truly cherish in the years to come.