Ethics Roundtable, Summer Camp, Tech's New President
Colin Hall (right) celebrates with teammates Kyle McCann
(left) and Baron Radcliff (center) after hitting a home run against Coastal
Carolina. The Yellow Jackets beat Coastal Carolina, 10-8, in the NCAA Regional on June
2. Photo by Danny Karnik.
Ling-Ling Nie, Tech's general counsel and vice president
for Ethics and Compliance, leads
a discussion about the challenges of moving from the private sector to a
public institution, and the importance of balancing transparency and risk
management. Taken June 5 by Christopher Moore.
Tiffany D. Johnson, assistant professor in the Ernest
Scheller Jr. College of Business, studies
how to connect people. Photo taken June 7 by Allison Carter.
Rising seventh and eighth graders participate in hands-on
projects in engineering, work on a team project, and interact with Georgia Tech
professors, students, and professional women – all
as part of TEC Camp, a K-12 outreach
program offered by Women in Engineering. Photo by Ashley Ritchie.
The East Architecture Building, called the Architecture
Building when constructed in 1952, has a built-in telephone booth on each floor.
Most of the booths no longer have a phone, but the booth on the first floor
(pictured) still has a working phone. Photo taken June 17 by Rob Felt.
LaJauna Ellis, executive assistant to the dean of the
College of Engineering, listens as campus
leadership provides an update on the University System of Georgia (USG)'s
Comprehensive Administrative Review (CAR) during a town hall on June 20. Photo by
Buzz takes a spin around Bobby Dodd Stadium in a custom gold
Lamborghini commissioned by Georgia Tech's apparel partner, adidas, for a local
event. Photo taken June 26 by Georgia Tech Athletics.
Photography: Allison Carter, Rob Felt, and Christopher Moore
Writing/Editing: Victor Rogers, Stacy