Student Evaluations Reveal Bias Against Female Professors

Atlanta, GA

Study finds bias is driven by backlash after students receive first exam grades.

Campus Museum Features African American Works on Paper

Atlanta, GA

The exhibit showcases 51 Black artists whose works are a testament to the social conversations and artistic movements of 20th-century American art.

Global Engagement Pivots as the World Changes

Atlanta, GA

The Office of International Education has adjusted to the new normal by finding ways to meet student demand for global engagement.

Title IX Turns 50

Atlanta, GA

Title IX made a monumental impact on the quest for equality and continues to do so half a century later.

Introducing GTGraffiti: The Robot That Paints Like a Human

Atlanta, GA

Graduate students at the Georgia Institute of Technology have built the first graffiti-painting robot system that mimics the fluidity of human movement.

10 Tips to Unplug on Vacation

Atlanta, GA

Disconnecting from work can be a challenge, but it is possible.

Top Gun's Return Sparks Another Adrenaline Rush

Atlanta, GA

A graduate reflects on his role in helping to make the original Top Gun movie, which remains relevant today.

Winnefeld Appointed Chair of Key White House Intelligence Board

Atlanta, GA

Sandy Winnefeld, distinguished professor of the practice in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, will lead advise President Biden on intelligence matters.

A Framework for Equity in Energy and Environmental Engineering

Atlanta, GA

Joe Bozeman has created a framework to help his peers utilize more equitable data in their energy and environmental engineering studies.

Georgia Tech Professor Laurie Garrow Offers 5 Tips for Airline Travel This Summer

Atlanta, GA

Aviation expert weighs in on how to make the most of the travel experience this summer.