What’s on Your Bucket List? TechList Wants You to Cross It Off
New campus group encourages students to take part in unique experiences.
BOR Discusses Tobacco-Free Policy
During its January meeting, the Board of Regents (BOR) began discussions regarding a proposed tobacco and smoke-free campus policy for all University System of Georgia institutions.
Program Provides Employees Donated Leave
When you are dealing with a serious illness, the last thing you want to worry about is your paycheck.
X Degree Program Pilots Gateway Course
Kara Yogan is a student interested in tribology (the study of lubrication, friction, and wear.) But there’s a problem: Georgia Tech doesn’t offer it as a major.
Jackson Got Fulbright, Took Trip of Lifetime
Stephanie Jackson never thought she could even be considered for a Fulbright Scholarship — until she earned one in 2013.
Internal Study to Review ADA Compliance at Tech
Ensuring Georgia Tech is providing an inclusive, welcoming and supportive campus environment for all
Tech Makes Commitments to Greater College Affordability Initiative
White House asks President Peterson to participate in national summit
State Business Transaction Disclosure Reports Due Jan. 31
Georgia Law requires that all Institute employees annually disclose business transactions by themselves or family members with the State or any State agency.
Georgia Tech Launches World's First Massive Online Degree Program
Nearly 375 students are enrolled in the new online Master of Science in Computer Science program.
Center for Career Discovery and Development Preps Students for Spring Recruiting Season
January flush with career development opportunities.