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ATDC Companies Raise $130M in 2017
The activity, which includes seed and series A funding, is a jump of more than 140 percent from 2016.
New Study Abroad Program Goes to Panama
The seven-week program is open to students from all majors and will work with the Georgia Tech Logistics Innovation and Research Center.
Search Begins for Executive Vice President for Research
Faculty, staff, and students can learn about the search and provide input during a campuswide town hall on Tuesday, Feb. 6.
Tech Admits 4,677 Students through Early Action
This weekend, students from 46 states and 58 countries were invited to join the next class of Yellow Jackets.
Get Recruiter-Ready with Mock Interviews
The Center for Career Discovery and Development will host mock interviews — with real potential employers — and resume workshops next week.
The Tech Grad Who Changed 60 Skylines
A look back at John Portman, the Tech graduate who died in December and had a role in developing much of Atlanta and beyond.
If the Trees Could Speak
A group of Tech students recently created a set of xylotechques — books made from trees — for Trees Atlanta. The xylotechques will be used in the nonprofit's youth education programs.
Beating Antibiotic-Resistant Bugs by Rethinking Remedies
It’s time to develop alternatives to antibiotics for small infections, according to a new thought paper by scientists at Georgia Tech, and to do so quickly.
Monday Traffic Anticipated with College Football Championship
With Atlanta playing host to the College Football Playoff National Championship next week, Georgia Tech is encouraging staff and faculty to consider modifying their work schedules for Monday, Jan. 8.
New Constellations Center Targets Equity in Computing
The mission of the College of Computing's new center is to ensure that all students have access to quality computer science education.
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