What to Read During Winter Break

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Book recommendations from Georgia Tech Library staff.

A Life-Saving Avalanche Early Warning System

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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

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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

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Faculty from the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts explore the film's connection to Afrofuturism and feminism in the world of Wakanda.

Do Electric Scooters Reduce Car Use?

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Banning scooters may reduce sidewalk congestion and keep would-be riders and pedestrians safer, but it comes at a cost.

Roper Joins Defense Innovation Board

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Will Roper, a Georgia Tech alumnus and a distinguished professor of the practice in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, has joined the Defense Innovation Board, an advisory panel for the U.S. Secretary of Defense.

Cell Phone Accessibility: Improving, but Gaps Remain, CACP Researchers Find 

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Researchers from the Center for Advanced Communications Policy recently released their 2022 accessibility report for mobile phones.

Student Evaluations Reveal Bias Against Female Professors

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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

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