Music Technologists Find Inspiration, Community at Guthman

Atlanta, GA

In its 12th year, musical instrument competition showcases the newest and most innovative ideas in music.

When Firms Move to Appoint Sustainability Executives, Investors Take Notice

Atlanta, GA

Researchers have studied the stock price impact of appointing corporate sustainability executives.

Modify Hurricane Relief Strategies, National Academies Report Recommends

Atlanta, GA

Hurricane devastation calls for heavy government relief, but a counterintuitive shift toward restoring private sector supply lines would help more quickly.

STEM Diversity Scholarships Subject of Husbands Fealing Grant

Atlanta, GA

Kaye Husbands Fealing will study the effectiveness of a program to increase the number of minority graduate students in STEM fields.

Georgia Tech Professor Produces 'The Nerdiest Study of 2019'

Atlanta, GA

Prof. Joseph H. Saleh uses his engineering perspective to decode political history

Atlanta Honors College Namesake, Mayor Ivan Allen Jr., through Newly Dedicated Bridge in Downtown Atlanta

Atlanta, GA

The Path Bridge connecting downtown to the Westside highlights the legacy of Mayor Ivan Allen Jr.

Natural Disasters Contribute to Holiday Travel Delays

Atlanta, GA

Natural disasters and severe weather are unusual factors in planning for travel around the Thanksgiving holiday.

llya Kaminsky is One of the World's Top Poets, and He Teaches at Georgia Tech

Atlanta, GA

Ilya Kaminsky, professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, is a finalist for the National Book Award in Poetry.

Poetry@Tech Works to Increase Diversity in Literary Criticism, Publishing

Atlanta, GA

Poetry@Tech is partnering with poets and scholars in the UK on a program meant to increase diversity among poetry critics in the United States.

U.S. Carbon and Pollution Emissions Policies Are ‘Up in the Air’

Atlanta, GA

This easy-to-read companion piece to a new ozone modeling study explains legal snags energy-clean air policies currently face.