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Love Family Foundation Award

The Love Family Foundation Award, made possible by a generous grant from the Gay and Erskine Love Foundation, is one of the highest academic awards Georgia Tech gives to a graduating senior. The award recognizes the undergraduate student with “most outstanding scholastic record of all members of the class” and includes a $10,000 monetary award and recognition at the annual Student Honors program. Each of the six colleges nominates its top graduating student, and the winner is ultimately selected by the academic associate deans in coordination with the Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE). Starting in 2021, the remaining five finalists receive the Provost’s Academic Excellence Award which is a $1,000 award sponsored by the Office of the Provost and recognition at the annual Student Honors program.

2021 Winner

Computer engineering

Madeline Loui

Beyond her exemplary academic record, Loui has participated in impactful research, impressive industry internships, and inspiring service and leadership activities during her time at Georgia Tech. She is the recipient of several prestigious awards, fellowships, and honors, including the 2020 Intel Semiconductor Research Corporation Undergraduate Research Program Scholar Fellowship, the 2020 Roger P. Webb ECE Outstanding Service and Outreach Award, the 2019 Texas Instruments Women in Engineering Scholarship, and the 2018 Ford Women in Engineering Scholarship. 

“It is such a wonderful privilege to be recognized by the Institute for such a prestigious honor. It means so much not only to receive recognition, but also support and encouragement from Georgia Tech as I continue my pursuit of higher education.” 

This Year’s Award Ceremony

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