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Computing Students Find Community at Grace Hopper
The three-day Grace Hopper Celebration is the largest gathering of women technologists in the world. This year, 55 students and faculty members attended from Georgia Tech.
'Progress and Service' in Action
Students are traveling around Georgia, the Southeast, and even to Puerto Rico to spend the next few days serving others during Fall Break.
September in Photos
Graduation prep, waffles, retirees, and a fallen tree.
Enjoy Fall Break in Atlanta
Sports, festivals, and other activities abound for students looking forward to a long weekend near campus.
Kendeda Building Provides Campus Learning Opportunities
Proposals are now being accepted for a second round of projects that embody the building's philosophy. Learn more at an information session Thursday.
'Demystifying' Georgia Tech Series Returns
Sessions this fall will highlight the innerworkings of ethics, research, and professional development.
Interdisciplinary Design Commons Now Open in Van Leer
It's the largest electronics-oriented student makerspace in the country and is open to anyone on campus.
Flu Season Is Coming
Students who have paid their health fee can get vaccinated for free, and clinics start next week.
Drones, Driverless Cars, and Difficult Decisions
Georgia Tech hosted a conversation on these topics and others related to ethics in robotics at a roundtable in Washington, D.C., this week.
Georgia Tech Study Evaluates SunTrust Park, The Battery
The home of the 2018 National League East champions, and the ballpark's adjacent mixed-use development, have an annual net fiscal impact of just under $19 million.
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