Address Highlights Tech’s ‘Positive Momentum’

Atlanta, GA

From President Barack Obama mentioning Georgia Tech’s new online Master’s Degree in Computer Science in a speech in Buffalo, N.Y., to Nick Selby’s Convocation speech going viral, Georgia Tech seems to be on the tip of everyone’s tongue lately.

Student Job Open in Office of Solid Waste Management and Recycling

Atlanta, GA

Student assistant position would manage social media and other marketing efforts.

Campus Queried about Future Bike Projects

Atlanta, GA

Bicycle Infrastructure Improvement Committee seeks input on short- and long-term priorities.

GTPD Earns Prestigious Law Enforcement Accreditation

Atlanta, GA

The Georgia Tech Police Department (GTPD) recently joined the ranks of a select group of 59 college and university police departments in the country that are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).

Top 5 Things to Know About FERPA

Atlanta, GA

If a parent contacted you about his student’s grades, would you know how to handle the situation?

Recovery Month Sheds Light on Health Issues

Atlanta, GA

Events will educate campus on mental health and recovery issues.

Sports, Sci-Fi and Literary Events Dominate Labor Day in Atlanta

Atlanta, GA

Campus will close on Monday, Sept. 2; classes resume Tuesday, Sept. 3.

Provost Bras Named to U.S. Department of Energy Advisory Board

Atlanta, GA

An independent advisory committee to Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz

Architecture students install Civil War landscape-focused exhibit at Clough Commons

Atlanta, GA

Architecture students install Civil War landscape-focused exhibit at Clough Commons

Georgia Tech Works to Attract the Next Generation of Scientists and Engineers

Atlanta, GA

Georgia Tech is supporting national goals of attracting students into science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.