This Month in Photos: September 2018

This Month in Photos: September 2018

This Month in Photos

September 2018

Ivan Allen Prize, Robotics Roundtable, and Retirement Dinner.


Alcorn game

Georgia Tech beat Alcorn State 41-0 in the season opener, Sept. 1. Photo by Christopher Moore.


Diversity Symposium

Charlayne Hunter-Gault (left), an award-winning journalist and author, gave the keynote address at the 10th Annual Diversity Symposium. Here, Hunter-Gault takes a photo with Sravanthi Meka, marketing manager of Housing & Conference Services, Sept. 5. Photo by Allison Carter.


Fleet Services Natasha Carter

Natasha Carter, ASE-certified automotive parts specialist in Fleet Services, checks inventory in the parts room, Sept. 7. Photo by Allison Carter.


Andrew Young Ivan Allen Prize

Andrew Young, civil rights icon and former ambassador to the United Nations, received the Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage, Sept. 13. Photo by Allison Carter.


Commencement Fair Fall 2018

Students attended Commencement Fair, a one-stop-shop for Commencement needs, Sept. 21. Photo by Allison Carter.


Giulia Fracaro

Giulia Fracaro, a third-year economics/computer science major, poses next to the Ramblin' Wreck, Sept. 24. Photo by Christopher Moore.


Waffle House in DC

Georgia Tech alumnus and Waffle House CEO Walt Ehmer and Tech President G.P. "Bud" Peterson opened a popup Waffle House for breakfast on Capitol Hill, Sept. 25. VIDEO Photo by Brice Zimmerman.


Robotics Roundtable

The emerging debate on ethics and robotics was the focus of two panel discussions Georgia Tech hosted in Washington D.C., Sept. 25. Photo by Brice Zimmerman.


Retirement Dinner

Prasad Tetali, Regents Professor in the School of Mathematics, and Rachel Kuske, chair of the School of Mathematics, share a laugh during the Retirement Dinner, Sept. 27. Photo by Atlanta Photography.


crystal Buzz

At the Retirement Dinner, each retiree received a crystal Buzz, Sept. 27. Photo by Atlanta Photography.



The Interdisciplinary Design Commons, a new makerspace in the recently renovated Van Leer Building, is the largest electronics-oriented student makerspace in the country. Here, Binit Piyush Shah shows guests around the machine shop and explains how they can contribute to makerspace projects, Sept. 27. Photo by Allison Carter.


tree memorial

A memorial to one of Georgia Tech's oldest trees, which stood for more than a century. The large willow oak located near the Student Center Commons split suddenly and could not be saved, Sept. 27. Photo by Allison Carter.


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

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