Keep Testing Through Fall Events

With students back from fall break and Homecoming activities coming up, asymptomatic surveillance testing is more important than ever.

Homecoming at Georgia Tech is one of the most tradition-filled and exciting weeks of the year. With many students missing out on events last year, this year’s highly anticipated festivities will include particular attention to safety protocols, including masks and hand sanitizer being offered at indoor events.

After a year and a half unlike any other, the Georgia Tech community continues to navigate the pandemic with a hopeful eye toward the future. We gave four students the chance to document their lives on campus with 27 exposures on a disposable camera. It’s a new look at the Tech campus through an old-school lens.

State-of-the-Art Filming Studio Coming Soon to Savannah Area

Georgia Advanced Technology Ventures Inc. (GATV), an affiliate organization of the Georgia Institute of Technology, is moving forward with the selection of a qualified development team to advance the creation of a major hub for film and TV productions within the Savannah region. This project aims to bolster economic and workforce development in the local area as well as the state of Georgia.  

2021 TECHtimonials Speakers Needed

TECHtimonials: Employees’ perspectives on wellness, careers, and ways they’ve found community at Georgia Tech   

Georgia Tech Human Resources and members of the Employee Engagement Leadership Council are looking for speakers to participate in the third session of TECHtimonials, a TED Talks-inspired virtual event held in December. Join us as colleagues share their best practices on employee engagement, health and well-being, career advancement, and inspirational interests.  

Make Testing Part of Your Packing Plans

As you get ready for fall break this weekend, the best thing to take with you is the peace of mind that you’re not potentially spreading Covid-19.

With fall break happening Oct. 11-12, students should plan to test this week in order to get their results before leaving campus for the long weekend. Even those staying on campus should test, knowing they might participate in extra social activities during the break.

Join the October Atlanta Bike Challenge

As the weather cools, it’s the perfect time to get on a bike and enjoy fall in Atlanta. Love to Ride’s Biketober challenge starts Oct. 1 and encourages people across the city to form teams, log their miles, and compete for prizes throughout the month.

The challenge encourages people to ride their bikes, and ride them often. Students, faculty, and staff can join or form a team for their group or department, and select Georgia Tech as their workplace. Learn more and sign up at lovetoride.net/atlanta.

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