G. WAYNE CLOUGH
G. Wayne Clough received his B.S. and M.S. from the Georgia Institute of Technology and his Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. He served on the faculties of Duke University, Stanford University, Virginia Tech, and the University of Washington. He is a registered civil engineer with a specialty in geotechnical engineering. Dr. Clough has received seven awards from the American Society of Civil Engineers for research and publications, including twice being awarded the Norman Medal, the Society's oldest recognition. He received the George Westinghouse Award from the ASEE for outstanding teaching, and was elected to the NAE in 1990.
Dr. Clough served as dean of engineering at Virginia Tech, provost at the University of Washington, and was named president of Georgia Tech in 1994, a position he has held since that time. He serves on the Executive Board of the Council on Competitiveness, as a member of the President's Council for the Science Coalition, and is cochair of the Board for the Internet Policy Institute. He is a member of the NAE Committee on Engineering Education. At the state level, he is a member of the Board of Directors of the Georgia Research Alliance and the Atlanta Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, and the Board of Advisors for the southeast's largest venture capital firm, Noro-Moseley Associates. His interests lie in engineering practice, earthquake engineering, engineering education, and technology policy.