Exploring the Role of Gender in Scholarly Authorship Disputes

Atlanta, GA

The study, co-authored by Cassidy Sugimoto of the School of Public Policy, raises important issues about the role of gender in scientific research and knowledge production.

Teaching AI to Dance

Atlanta, GA

The project will culminate in a dance performance with students from Kennesaw State University

Dynamic Duo Leads Tech Wreck Summer Camp

Atlanta, GA

Abby Harvey and Darrin Wolfe run the Tech Wreck Summer camp for children of Georgia Tech faculty, staff, and students.

Georgia Tech Study Finds More SNAP Retailers in Rural Areas Lowers Rates of Child Maltreatment

Atlanta, GA

Practical access to food benefits helps reduce stress and financial strain, the researchers say. on parents.

Biweekly IoT News Digest (May 17) from the Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies

Atlanta, GA

Biweekly IoT News Digest (May 17) from the Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies

Saying Green Goodbyes: Sustainability & Student Support in Move-Out

Atlanta, GA

This spring Georgia Tech Housing and Residence Life is launching a new program encouraging donation of unwanted items.

Biweekly IoT News Digest (April 30) from the Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies

Atlanta, GA

Biweekly IoT News Digest (April 30) from the Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies

Grubert Contributes to New Report - "On the Path to an Equitable Energy Transition"

Atlanta, GA

Emily Grubert, Assistant Professor in CEE, has contributed to a new report from Resources for the Future (RFF) entitled, "On the Path to an Equitable Energy Transition."

Event Marks History While Embracing the Future

Atlanta, GA

EcoCommons space honors three young men who challenged racial segregation.

Study Finds In-Person Sporting Events Do Not Lead to Significant Covid-19 Community Spread

Atlanta, GA

A joint research project between Georgia Tech and Harvard University found that athletic events with limited attendance did not cause a spike in Covid-19 cases.