The Month in Photos: February 2022

Victor Rogers

Public Nights at Georgia Tech Observatory, Track and Field, and Grad Fest

Public night at Tech Observatory

Public Nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory returned on Feb. 10, with several telescopes set up on the grounds between the Howey and Mason Buildings. The next public night is March 10. See the complete schedule here. Photo taken by Nathan Touchberry.

Moon during public night at the observatory

Craters on the moon were clearly visible during Public Night at the Georgia Tech Observatory. Photo taken Feb. 10 by Nathan Touchberry.


planting daffodils on the hill near Tech Tower

Students from Hillel Georgia Tech planted 1,000 daffodils near Tech Tower as part of The Daffodil Project, a worldwide Living Holocaust Memorial that is planting 1.5 million daffodils in memory of children who perished in the Holocaust and in support of children suffering in humanitarian crises today. Landscape Services prepared holes and marked them with flags so volunteers would know where to plant the bulbs. Photo taken Feb. 1 by Cathy Brim.

baseball Opening Day victory

Opening Day Thriller: Georgia Tech baseball quickly regained its status as Cardiac Jackets when Andrew Jenkins walked off Wright State, 9-8, at Mac Nease Baseball Park at Russ Chandler Stadium. Photo taken Feb. 18 by Danny Karnik.

Grad Fest at the Book Store

Grad Fest, a one-stop shop for graduating bachelor’s, master’s, and Ph.D. students to complete their Commencement requirements, was held Feb. 21-25 at Barnes & Noble at Georgia Tech. Students took professional cap and gown photos (left) and inquired about Balfour class rings (right). Photo taken Feb. 23 by Allison Carter.


Siemens executives at Georgia Tech

Barbara Humpton (center), CEO of Siemens USA, visited Georgia Tech on Tuesday, Feb. 22, to meet with the Atlanta winner of the Siemens' supply chain diversity grants. The Georgia Minority Business Development Agency Business Center hosted Humpton and her team. Photo taken by Allison Carter.

Olivia Moore competing in women's pole vault.

Georgia Tech track and field earned All-ACC honors in the ACC Indoor Track and Field Championships. In the women’s pole vault, Olivia Moore (pictured) cleared 4.31m (14’1¾”) in the event to place sixth, good for second team All-ACC. Shanty Papakosta cleared 1.78m (5’10”) in the women’s high jump, placing fourth on the day. Photo taken Feb. 25 by Georgia Tech Athletics.


Photography: Allison Carter, Rob Felt
Writing/Editing: Victor Rogers, Stacy Braukman