Ethics events, a Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit, and going inside the Student
President G.P. "Bud" Peterson and three panelists
discuss the relationship between ethics and organizational effectiveness at a
forum on Nov. 6 at the Academy of Medicine. The event was part of Ethics Awareness Week. Panelists were
(L-R) Sonia Alvarez-Robinson, executive director for Georgia Tech Strategic
Consulting; Aisha Oliver-Staley, interim vice president for Ethics, Compliance,
and Legal Affairs; and Steve Salbu, the Cecil B. Day Chair in Business Ethics at
the Scheller College of Business. Photo by Rob Felt.
The Office of the Arts hosts the second annual Arts@Tech Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit through
Jan. 31, 2019. Pictured are Justin Camp, theater production assistant, and
Stephanie Lee, marketing manager for the Ferst Center for the Arts, hanging art in
the Ferst Center for the Arts. Photo by Allison Carter.
The Yang Aero Maker Space is named in honor of Yuh-Yuh and
Vigor Yang, who served as chair of the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace
Engineering. The space, made possible through the generosity of Ray T.
Muggridge III, AE 1970, was dedicated on Nov. 9. Photo by Allison Carter.
Eugene Mangortey, aerospace engineering graduate student,
presents his Three Minute Thesis at the Global Learning Center on Nov. 7. His
thesis, "Predicting the Duration and Coincidence of Ground Delay Programs and
Ground Stops," won the competition. Photo by Christopher Moore.
Emily Weigel (left), academic professional in the School of
Biological Sciences, talks with attendees about her work during the Diversity
and Inclusion Fellows Program Poster Expo on Nov. 13. Photo by Christopher
Christopher Burke, director of Community Relations in the
Office of Government and Community Relations, spends his days enriching
current relationships and cultivating new ones on behalf of Georgia Tech.
Photographed on Nov. 13, by Allison Carter.
Collegiate Recovery Program provides support and a safe environment to help
students achieve growth and success in their recovery and academic journey.
Students built a "coffee bike" to provide free coffee to anyone who wants to have
a conversation about recovery while waiting for their coffee to brew. (L-R):
Milosz Rachel, Mark Saleh, Collin Moore, Henry Mills, and Kristy Cho are a few of
the students who helped build the coffee bike. Photo by Allison Carter.
Student Competition Center is a 17,000-square-foot space on 14th Street near
Hemphill. Students design and build a variety of vehicles and robotic or
autonomous systems for competition. Photo by Allison Carter.
Photography: Allison Carter, Rob Felt, and Christopher Moore
Writing/Editing: Victor Rogers, Stacy