Former CRA Board Chair James Foley Inducted into Georgia Tech College of Computing Hall of Fame


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Recently, former CRA Board Chair James Foley was inducted into the 2019 Georgia Tech College of Computing Hall of Fame. He was one of six luminaries from the Georgia Tech computing community inducted this year. From the Georgia Tech Announcement:

“Each of these highly accomplished and well-respected members of our community has cast a long shadow across computing and done much to support the growth and success of the College. It is an honor to welcome them in to the College’s Hall of Fame,” said Zvi Galil, the John P. Imlay Jr. Dean of Computing.

With the new additions, the GT Computing Hall of Fame now has 10 members. The six 2019 inductees join the four members of Class Zero, inducted to the Hall of Fame during an inaugural event in last 2018.

Former CRA Vice Chair Peter Freeman was inducted in the inaugural Class Zero of the Hall of Fame.

Click here to read the full announcement.