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Isaac S. Hopkins

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Isaac Stiles Hopkins (June 20, 1841 – February 3, 1914) was a professor and the first President of the Georgia Institute of Technology (1888–1896) as well as pastor of the First Methodist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. Biography Hopkins was born in Augusta, Georgia. He graduated from Emory College in 1859, where he was a brother in the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, and from Georgia Medical College in 1861. He returned to Emory to teach natural science, and then physics at Birmingham-Southern College (then known as Southern University), before returning to Emory and becoming vice president in 1882 and president in 1885. Hopkins' interest in technological development led him to be chosen as the president of the Georgia Institute of Technology, then called the Georgia School of Technology, in 1888. He was the first chair of the physics department where he also concurrently served as a professor in the School of Physics, and as a pastor of the First United Metho
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