The Month in Photos: May 2022
Commencement, Baseball, and Covid-19 Recovery Appreciation
The President's Graduation Celebration, held on Tech Green, was an event for graduates and their families. Photo taken May 5 by Joya Chapman.
Charles Isbell, dean and John P. Imlay Jr. Chair in the College of Computing, instructs the Ph.D. candidates before Commencement. Photo taken May 6 by Allison Carter.
Two Ph.D candidates are all smiles. Photo taken May 6 by Allison Carter.
Youssef Emam brought his own cheering section to the Ph.D. ceremony. Photo taken May 6 by Allison Carter.
At Spring Commencement, 1,680 students received master's degrees. Photo taken May 6 by Rob Felt.
Peace and love. Photo taken May 6 by Rob Felt.
Strike a pose! Photo taken May 7 by Allison Carter.
Howdy, graduates! Photo taken May 7 by Allison Carter.
A graduation selfie with President Cabrera. Photo taken May 7 by Allison Carter.
At Spring Commencement, 2,170 students received bachelor's degrees. Photo taken May 7 by Allison Carter.
Thanks, Mom and Dad! Photo taken May 7 by Joya Chapman.
Georgia Tech Executive Vice President for Research Chaouki Abdallah (left) welcomes a group of business executives from Argentina for the 2022 cohort of the Enterprise Innovation Institute's Soft Landings program for foreign companies exploring U.S. expansion. With Abdallah are Consul General of Argentina Juan Manuel Navarro (center) and Enterprise Innovation Institute Vice President David Bridges. Photo taken May 17 by Péralte C. Paul.
Reaching for the sky: Koan, a 40-foot sculpture near the northeast corner of Tech Green, was designed and donated by John Portman. Koan refers to a Zen Buddhist puzzle and represents a belief in the power of knowledge, research, and creativity working together to unravel great truths. Photo taken May 11 by Allison Carter.
The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) Entrepreneur's Night featured Miguel Granier (right), the incubator's sustainability catalyst, hosting a conversation with Bill Nussey, serial entrepreneur and author of Freeing Energy, to explore the possibilities and challenges of innovation in the global energy industry. Photo taken May 19 by Ben Andrews.
A Covid-19 Recovery Appreciation Event was held May 23 at Callaway Plaza to thank everyone for working through an evolving crisis to keep the campus safe and productive. Pictured is Deborah Miller, custodian in Infrastructure and Sustainability. Photo taken by Joya Chapman.
Photography: Allison Carter, Joya Chapman, Rob Felt
Writing/Editing: Victor Rogers, Stacy Braukman