The Month in Photos: February 2024

Victor Rogers

Rockefeller Foundation President Visits, Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage, and Black History Month Lecture

Rajiv Shah and President Cabrera

Rockefeller Foundation President Rajiv Shah joined President Ángel Cabrera for a conversation about his book, Big Bets, and students’ pivotal role in finding solutions to global issues. Photo taken Feb. 7 by Rob Felt.

Justice Benham accepts Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage

President Cabrera presented the 2024 Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage to the Hon. Robert Benham, whose public service career was defined by a commitment to safeguarding civil liberties. The award honors individuals who act to improve the human condition, often in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges. Photo taken Feb. 8 by Allison Carter.

Aja Monet, Black History Month Lecture

The annual Black History Month Lecture featured aja monet, a poet, writer, lyricist, and activist. Aligned with this year’s national theme focusing on African Americans and the arts, the lecture was co-sponsored by the Division of Arts, Belonging, and Community at Georgia Tech and the African American Student Union. Photo taken Feb. 21 by Christopher Moore.

Bea Perez with President Cabrera

Beatriz “Bea” Perez, executive vice president and global chief communications, sustainability, and strategic partnerships officer for The Coca‑Cola Company, visited campus for a conversation with President Cabrera. Photo taken Feb. 23 by Allison Carter.

mens basketball at Miami

Georgia Tech men’s basketball defeated Miami, 80-76, on the road at the Watsco Center. Photo taken Feb. 24, courtesy of Georgia Tech Athletics.

Baseball opening day against Radford

Baseball opened its season with a win at home against Radford on Feb. 16. Photo taken by Danny Karnik.

softball opener in buzz classic

Softball opened its season at home with the Buzz Classic, beating Villanova on Feb. 8. Photo taken by Danny Karnik.

public night at the observatory

Attendees enjoy viewing the sky through telescopes during public night at the Georgia Tech Observatory on Feb. 15. The next public viewing will be March 14, weather permitting. Photo taken by Rob Felt.

CRIDC poster session

Graduate students earned more than $40,000 in travel research grants at the annual Career, Research, and Innovation Development Conference Feb. 8-9. Photo taken by Joya Chapman.


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