Celebrate Pride Month at Georgia Tech
Mark these dates on your calendar and join the LGBTQIA Resource Center in celebrating Pride Month at Tech.
Building Community in Unexpected Ways
Tech students lend their talents to helping a local animal rehabilitator.
Tech Developer Wins at Independent Game Festival
Daniel Carr recently won an award for the Best Student Game at the recent Independent Game Festival in San Francisco.
Memorial Day Weekend Events Around Atlanta
Campus will close Monday for Memorial Day. Ahead of the federal holiday, there’s no shortage of family-friendly activities around Atlanta.
Christiane Amanpour Receives Ivan Allen Prize
International reporter honored for holding the powerful accountable.
An EXCEL Program Love Story
Elliott and Alex met through the Georgia Tech EXCEL program, a four-year college certificate program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities but now are set to marry in 2024.
Steven Lim to Deliver AAPI Heritage Month Lecture
AAPI Heritage Month recognizes and honors the contributions, achievements, and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans (AAPI) who have shaped the culture and history of the United States.
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.