Psychological Safety Workshop Open to Faculty and Staff Leaders
Session includes role-playing scenarios to practice applying strategies to potential challenges.
Computer Science Major to Appear on ‘Jeopardy!’
Third-year computer science major Sreekar Madabushi will appear on the quiz show 'Jeopardy!'.
Tech Promise Scholarship Expands to Help More Georgia Students
Under new program guidelines, Tech Promise will now assist qualified families whose annual estimated family income is $55,500 or less.
Campus Environment Evolves and Adapts
The latest on campus construction, renovation, and renewal projects.
Meet Jayde Nelson, Director of Civic Engagement
Nelson’s role, as Georgia Tech's director of Civic Engagement, is to help students understand that what they’re doing in the classroom has an impact on what is happening outside of it.
Georgia Tech Moves Forward with Plans to Construct New Student Housing
The University System of Georgia Board of Regents recently approved Georgia Tech’s proposal to construct a new student residential facility on campus to accommodate first-year enrollment growth over the next 10 years.
Utility Location project in effect February 16 - February 27
The location project will last 10 days.
Dean Search Begins for Scheller College of Business
Search firm will host town hall events for Scheller faculty, staff, and students.
Georgia Tech Experts Weigh In on Massive Turkey-Syria Earthquake
Faculty with ties to Turkey and earthquake research are closely monitoring the situation.
Vice President’s Visit Brings Climate Change Discussion to Forefront
With the Ferst Center filled to the brim Wednesday, Georgia Tech hosted Vice President Kamala Harris for a discussion about the climate crisis, which she called a transformational moment in America.