Cedric Stallworth has been an administrator of educational programs at Georgia Tech for the past twenty years. He presently serves as Assistant Dean in the College of Computing for Outreach, Enrollment and Community.
In this role, he addresses the national shortage of computing talent by creating a sustainable pipeline of talented students that extends from elementary school to Georgia Tech Alumni.
Since becoming Assistant Dean in 2006, Cedric has held the positions of Lecturer, Research Scientist and Instructor. He has received several awards as a teacher and his students hold him in the highest regard for his passion, caring nature and engaging and entertaining lectures.
Having received his Bachelor's and Master's Degree from Georgia Tech, Cedric's commitment to Georgia Tech and its students is indisputable. He is dedicated to motivating the creativity of students by exposing them to numerous opportunities and possibilities that computing provides.
- Cedric received his Bachelor's and Master's from Georgia Tech, where he also played football for the Yellow Jackets
- Was drafted as the 281st overall pick by the Green Bay Packers in the 1989 NFL Draft.