This Month in Photos January 2019

This Month in Photos January 2019

This Month in Photos

January 2019

Early Action, NASA Astronaut Mae Jemison, and the Periodic Table.

Early Action

Sparkle Hodge (left) and Ellery Kirkconnell (far right), in Georgia Tech's Office of Undergraduate Admission, welcome Drew Charter School students (L-R) Niara Botchwey, DeGreer Harris, Ivy Diamond, and Chris McCrary to the Class of 2023. All were accepted during Early Action on Jan. 11. Photo by Evan Atkinson.


Blood Moon

This image of the Super Blood Wolf Moon was taken from Tech Green in the heart of Georgia Tech's campus on Jan. 21. Photo by Dalton Touchberry. 


Lunar composite A stunning composite image captures the progression of the Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse over campus on Jan. 21. Photo by Dalton Touchberry.


CAR Post-its

Ideas flowed freely and were gathered on Post-it notes as dozens of employees participated in workshops for the Comprehensive Administrative Review (CAR), an examination of the administrative practices, policies, and processes of every institution in the University System of Georgia. Photo by Allison Carter.


Astronaut Mae Jamison

NASA Astronaut Mae Jemison greets members of the Tech community attending the 2019 MLK Lecture on Jan. 22. Jemison, an engineer, physician, and the first African-American woman to travel in space, was the keynote speaker. Photo by Allison Carter.


Periodic Table event at McCamish

Georgia Tech's College of Sciences leads a year-round celebration of the International Year of the Periodic Table of the Chemical Elements. Fans attending a men's basketball game on Jan. 22 were treated to element cards, games, and prizes to celebrate the 150-year-old periodic table. Photo by Kenedy Thorne.


Evening of Painting

Davis Engelman and Reid Barton take a break from their artistic endeavors at the Student Center Program Council's Evening of Painting on Wednesday, Jan. 30, in the Student Center Ballroom. Photo by Kenedy Thorne.

Photography: Allison Carter, Rob Felt, and Christopher Moore
Writing/Editing: Victor Rogers, Stacy Braukman

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