Education Assistance Application Period Begins Soon

Beginning March 15, eligible employees are encouraged to apply for Education Assistance through the Tuition Assistance Program and Staff Tuition Reimbursement Assistance Program.

Campus Events Celebrate Women’s History Month

Events on the Georgia Tech campus will celebrate Women's History Month throughout March.

2023 Annual CIOS Award Winners Announced

Winners receive a $1,000 stipend courtesy of the Class of 1940 and Jack and Frances Mundy endowments.

Freeman Named Interim Associate Vice Provost for the Arts

In the new role, Freeman will promote the infusion of the arts into teaching, research, and service across Georgia Tech.

Georgia Tech Prepares for Potential Federal Government Shutdown

The Institute continues to monitor the situation in the event that a federal shutdown occurs after the extended March deadlines.

Life of a Leap Baby

Only about 5 million people worldwide — less than 0.1% of the population — have been born on Feb. 29. Andy Eichel is one of them.

Not Forgotten

In Georgia Tech’s history, there are many untold stories of people whose lives were shaped before segregation ended.

What's Behind the Construction Fences

The progress of campus construction keeps a steady pace year-round.

SDG Week, Sustainability Showcase Highlight Georgia Tech’s Commitment to Advancing Sustainable Development

The campus community is invited to participate in a week of events that increase awareness of and encourage actions that advance the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.