(Opposite) Gowen Hall and Mackenzie Hall (left) accent the campus at the University of Washington. (Bottom left) The Jones' Cancer Research Building Is one of
the more notable research facilities In the country. (Bottom) The former cabinet member Is honored.
result of his work, the senior South Carolina senator redirected many of the fears and led the process to bring more naval jobs to the coastal city. George C . Griffin Student Galleria
Georgia Tech Scheduled for dedication in 1999, the Institute became a reality with the $5 million donation by Parker Petit (Georgia Tech- Iota) in 1996. Petit founded Healthdyne, where he developed the world's first home physiological monitoring device, used in the management of infants
Georgia Tech George Griffin (Georgia Tech- Iota), a 1922 civil engineering graduate, spent most of his adult life at Tech, first as a math instructor and a track and football coach. He was later named assistant dean of students, and in 1946 was promoted to dean of students, where he served until retiring in 1964. Being such a positive presence on and off the campus, it was only fit-
at risk for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. He is also founder of CytRx Corp., an Atlanta biotechnology company. Petit was inducted into the Pi Kappa Phi Hall of Fame in 1994 and currently serves as a Foundation board member. He was also instrumental in securing and constructing a new Iota Chapter house.
ting that the new student center in 1992 be named after Griffin. The building houses the Student Services Building, the Theater for the Arts and the plaza connecting them, which is decorated with a statue of Griffin resting on a bench. Griffin was inducted into the Pi Kappa Phi Hall of Fame.
Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience
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