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Georgia Tech Satellite Launched Into Space
Prox-1 is about the size of a suitcase, weighs 154 pounds, and was designed and built by Georgia Tech students.
CRC Hosts Area Swimming Championship
More than 3,000 youth swimmers will be on campus for the Atlanta Swimming Association Division Championship Series June 26–29. The McAuley Aquatic Center will be closed. Traffic and congestion in the area are likely.
Leadership Provides Update on CAR
Those who missed last week's update on the Comprehensive Administrative Review can watch the archived presentation online.
Dining Services Transition Brings Temporary Changes
Chick-fil-A, Starbucks, and the North Avenue and Brittain dining halls are among the dining locations that will change their operating hours during the next two weeks.
Employee Learning Opportunities Plentiful on Campus
From paper marbling to online software courses, opportunities abound yearround, especially in the summer.
Smart Communities Challenge Selects 4 New Projects
The second round of the challenge is providing funding and technical assistance for projects in Columbus, Macon, Milton, and Woodstock.
Nature, Governance, and Sustainability in Costa Rica
Students share their experiences from the past five weeks, including interviewing a former vice president of the country, studying tropical ecology, and learning about local farming and agriculture.
A Message from Georgia Tech's 12th President
Ángel Cabrera was introduced as Georgia Tech's next president in a press conference Friday and shares initial thoughts with the community in a letter this morning.
Ángel Cabrera Named Next President of Georgia Tech
Cabrera has served as president of George Mason University since 2012. He will assume the role of Georgia Tech president before Sept. 15.
HyTech Racing Wins International Competition
For the second year in a row, HyTech Racing brought the first place trophy from Formula Hybrid back to Georgia Tech.
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