NSF Invests $4 Million in Big Data for Southern United States

Atlanta, GA

A $4 million NSF award will help apply data science and engineering to challenges of the southern U.S.

Innovative Career Course Features Cross-Cultural Studies, Importance of Humanities

Atlanta, GA

'Career Design for Global Citizenship' uses a study-abroad metaphor for career exploration

What is Your Face Saying?

Atlanta, GA

Is it correct to assume that a person’s facial expression is an accurate indicator of what’s happening inside?

humanTech Symposium Identifies Opportunities, Challenges for Humanities at Technological Universities

Atlanta, GA

Paula M. Krebs, executive director of the Modern Language Association, spoke along with other humanities scholars.

Isolation to Integration

Atlanta, GA

Finding multidisciplinary collaboration for humanities in an increasingly technology-driven world

Isolation to Integration

Atlanta, GA

Finding multidisciplinary collaboration for humanities in an increasingly technology-driven world

Smart Communities Address Transportation, Housing, Flooding Challenges

Atlanta, GA

Four Georgia communities are exploring innovative technologies and collaborating with Georgia Tech and local partners.

Mobile Phone Accessibility Improves, But Gaps Remain, Study Finds

Atlanta, GA

Mobile phones are increasingly more accessible by people with disabilities, but significant gaps remain.

Judges, finalists selected for NFL “1st and Future” Super Bowl Event

Atlanta, GA

The NFL’s “1st and Future” Competition will be held at Georgia Tech the day before Super Bowl LIII.

Andrew Gillum to Deliver Black History Month Lecture

Atlanta, GA

Andrew Gillum, former mayor of Tallahassee, Florida, will deliver Georgia Tech’s Black History Month Lecture on Wednesday, February 20, at 3 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom.