As a Black 16-year-old growing up in Atlanta’s Adamsville community, Mayor Andre Dickens couldn’t even tell you where the Georgia Tech campus was located. That’s not what he wants for today’s local youth.

Dickens, the first in his family to attend college, is the first Black alumnus to be elected mayor — and only the second Tech alumnus to hold the position, following in the footsteps of the late Ivan Allen Jr.

Georgia Tech expert predicts that America will need to make major changes to the manufacturing and supply chain

Five trends that will reshape our lives in 2022

We asked Georgia Tech faculty and research experts to forecast what they see as potential trends for the coming year, based on recent events and what’s on the horizon. 

From its West Midtown office space near the Georgia Institute of Technology, the Atlanta Tech Hub will create new, high-skilled technical and non-technical roles, build on Airbnb’s commitment and investment in the city.

CARES Act funding support efforts to help communities recover from Covid-19 impact

Award to Georgia Tech and Alliance Solutions Group supports national education curriculum on pre-disaster preparedness, post-disaster recovery

Startup technology leads to Silicon Valley investment

Supply chain disruptions have caused shipping delays around the United States but what is causing the slowdown? Georgia Tech expert Anton Kleywegt points to three key factors.

Department of Defense grant enables collaboration with Spelman College, Technical College System of Georgia, and the Georgia Department of Economic Development in pilot project

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