Meet Alex McGee, University Archivist
As the university archivist, McGee carefully considers what should be documented and preserved as Georgia Tech history.
New Research Embodies Queer History Through Artifacts
New research from the Georgia Institute of Technology offers a unique framework for understanding queer communities and their histories.
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.
Black History Month Reading and Viewing Recommendations
Faculty and staff members suggest books, documentaries, and television programs that explore race, identity, history, and memory.
Three Georgia Tech Professors Named 2022 AAAS Fellows
Recognized among the nation’s most distinguished leaders, three Georgia Tech professors have been selected as Fellows by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for 2022.
Researchers Find that to Achieve Long-term Sustainability, Urban Systems Must Tackle Social Justice and Equity
Inclusivity and understanding past policies and their effects on underserved and marginalized communities must be part of urban planning, design, and public policy efforts for cities.
What to Read During Winter Break
Book recommendations from Georgia Tech Library staff.
A Life-Saving Avalanche Early Warning System
Georgia Tech aerospace engineering student Mirza Samnani volunteered more than 1,000 hours to develop early warning systems for avalanches in Tajikistan.
New Computing Approach May Save At-Risk Carnival Costume Making Tradition
Costumes in the annual Trinidad and Tobago Carnival often inspire awe because of their extravagance, flamboyancy, and — for some dancing sculptures — their size.
Ivan Allen College Faculty Discuss Afrofuturism and Feminism in 'Black Panther' Sequel
Faculty from the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts explore the film's connection to Afrofuturism and feminism in the world of Wakanda.