Registrar Roper Retires

Barbara Christopher
Industrial and Systems Engineering
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Frank Roper came to Georgia Tech in 1956 with his sights set on becoming an industrial engineer. He did just that, earning a BIE in 1961 and a master's in 1963, but he never left Tech. Roper retired last winter after serving as registrar for the institute since 1968.

The many alumni whose diplomas bear his signature will long remember Roper. He has played an integral role in the campus community that he describes as "my family for the past 44 years," serving as faculty advisor to the Co-op Club for 35 years, and as an officer for numerous other committees.

His most significant accomplishment as registrar, Roper believes, is "the people I've brought to Georgia Tech. They're the best that any school could hope for."

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  • Created On: Feb 28, 2001 - 8:00pm
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