Gilda Barabino Named Dean of Engineering at the City College of New York

Gilda_Barabino-head-shotGilda Barabino has been selected as the dean of the Grove School of Engineering at the City College of New York. Dr. Barabino was associate chair for graduate studies and professor of biomedical engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. In 2008 and 2009, she served as vice provost for academic diversity at Georgia Tech. Before she joined the faculty at Georgia Tech in 2007, she had an 18-year career on the faculty at Northeastern University in Boston. There she was a professor of chemical engineering and vice provost for undergraduate education.

Professor Barabino is a graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana in New Orleans and holds a Ph.D. from Rice University in Houston.

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