Georgia Tech ranks No. 10 in the Best Public University category, and No. 38 among both public and private universities. 

Institute updates logos, visual brand for a fresh take steeped in tradition

Surveillance testing for Covid-19 is critical, even for those who are vaccinated, because it is the only way to detect an infection before it puts others at risk.

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Campus and Community

Bringing together a wide range of local and global experts to showcase climate change solutions, the event will be held in a fully virtual, online format for the second year due to the pandemic.

The Faculty Executive Leadership Academy (FELA) will identify and foster senior faculty members for positions of leadership.

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) accepted Georgia Tech's Fifth-Year Interim Report and commended the Institute for the success of the Serve-Learn-Sustain program.

Science and Technology

Georgia Tech researchers have developed and tested an innovative method that may simplify the complexity of delivering Covid-19 and other vaccines through a handheld electroporator

University Consortium for Applied Hypersonics (UCAH) has tapped the Georgia Institute of Technology and key academic partners for four grants valued at $6 million over the next three years.

Colleges of Sciences, Engineering continue their collaboration on space science projects, including NASA’s return to the Moon

Business and Economic Development

The Georgia Institute of Technology has named J. Mark Nolan as associate vice president of corporate engagement, effective Jan. 1, 2022.

Public-private initiative drives economic opportunity across Georgia

This project aims to bolster economic and workforce development in the local area as well as the state of Georgia.

Earth and Environment

A multi-state network will measure aerosols to gain a better understanding of climate and public health.

A new grant will allow Georgia Tech researchers to create strategies to protect schoolchildren from harmful wildland fire emissions

Researchers studied how recovery, guided by common policies from FEMA and industry, varies with respect to the severity of disruptive events.

Society and Culture

LMC Faculty Recommend Haunting Tales

Fall break is rapidly approaching, and while some students will be heading home for the four-day break, many will be staying on campus.

The study, co-authored by Cassidy Sugimoto of the School of Public Policy, raises important issues about the role of gender in scientific research and knowledge production.

Health and Medicine

Georgia Tech researchers have developed and tested an innovative method that may simplify the complexity of delivering Covid-19 and other vaccines through a handheld electroporator

A new grant will allow Georgia Tech researchers to create strategies to protect schoolchildren from harmful wildland fire emissions

Petit Institute researcher collaborating with Emory clinicians to enable personalized precision medicine

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Expert Voices

Audrey Duarte (Photo: Gary Meek)

Audrey Duarte

Associate Professor

School of Psychology

Areas of Expertise

Gerontological cognition | Memory and aging

Core Research Areas

Bioengineering and bioscience

Brian Stone (Georgia Institute of Technology Photo)

Brian Stone

Associate Professor

School of City and Regional Planning, College of Architecture

Areas of Expertise

Environmental planning | Public policy | Transportation planning | Urban design

Core Research Areas

People and technology

Jennifer Glass

Jennifer Glass

Associate Professor

School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, College of Sciences

Areas of Expertise

Core Research Areas

Bioengineering and bioscience | Data engineering and science