Gary May Takes Charge as College of Engineering Dean

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On July 1, Gary May, PhD, became dean of the College of Engineering.  He replaced Don Giddens, AE 63, MS AE 65, PhD AE 66, who served as dean from 2002 until his retirement earlier this year. May will oversee the nation’s largest engineering program, which enrolls almost 60 percent of Tech’s student body and is home to almost half of its tenured and tenure-track faculty.

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