With May designated as National Bike Month, and this week Bike to Work Week, it’s a good time to explore options for cycling on and near Georgia Tech’s campus.
People often find themselves in trouble and feel the need to apologize. Some do it well, and the controversy dies. Others botch the apology, causing the controversy to grow. What separates the good apologies from the bad?
Sandy Winnefeld, distinguished professor of the practice in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, will lead advise President Biden on intelligence matters.
The GT 1000/GT 2000 Program is recruiting Team Leaders (TL) for GT 1000 (First-Year Student Seminar) and GT 2000 (Transfer Student Seminar) Summer 2022 iGniTe courses.
Spending time outdoors benefits wellness
Going outside for just a few minutes each day can improve your overall wellness, from relieving stress to improving your sleep. Joi Alexander, director of Health Initiatives in the Division of Student Engagement and Well-Being, cites some of the mental health and physical benefits of being outdoors.
Every year, Georgia Tech’s academic quiz bowl team competes in two national tournaments. This year, their top team won first among 51 of the best teams in the country.
The following members of the Tech community were honored at the 2022 Faculty and Staff Honors Luncheon on Friday, April 29.