Enid Steinbart, You Can't Retire from Being Great!
A sad day is approaching when SoM will say farewell to Enid Steinbart after an impressive 22 years as an academic professional in the School.
Dr. Steinbart joined Georgia Tech in 1999, and has been SoM’s Director of Undergraduate Advising and Assessment since 2000. Before joining Georgia Tech, she received her Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, after which she progressed to Full Professor at the University of New Orleans. Twice recognized with GT’s Outstanding Undergraduate Academic Advising Award, Dr. Steinbart has also received the Outstanding Academic Advisor -Certificate of Merit from the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA), and the Class of 1940 Course Survey Teaching Effectiveness Award. She has taken leadership roles in many activities that advance undergrad success at GT, including leadership of Club Math, implementation of SoM’s new Math Major, developing the Math Undergraduate Seminar in 2008, and twice chairing GT Advising Network’s Academic Advisor Best Practices Conference.
Dr. Steinbart was promoted to Principal Academic Professional, the highest possible rank of AP, in 2020. The rank of Principal AP is the highest in the GT academic professional career ladder, awarded to those demonstrating superior performance and recognized by peers, with successful and measurable related experience, including but not limited to supervision of others’ work, significant responsibility and authority within program area, and demonstrated impact.
We in the SoM wish Enid all the best of luck in her future. We will miss you, Enid!
Dr. Enid Steinbart has been a wonderful colleague for the past 23 years. The undergraduate math program has grown, improved, and expanded thanks to Enid's hard work. In addition to recruiting a larger number of majors, Enid has worked to create a community for our students through activities such as Club Math, the AWM, and a math-specific section of GT 1000. In her teaching role, Enid has traveled to Barcelona to support the study abroad program, earning a course survey award from her students, and has served many times as the course coordinator for Math 2551. In her administrative role, Enid has been instrumental in creating a bond among all the academic professionals: providing us with meaningful advice, creating a positive support network, and inspiring each of us in our own professional journeys. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work with Enid, and I wish her all the best in her retirement!