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Carbon Reduction Challenge Goes from Class to Co-op
Tech faculty members Kim Cobb and Beril Toktay are working with internship and co-op students to reduce carbon emissions and save money for their employers.
Graduate Students Brief Military on National Security Technology
The group of Ph.D. students, representing six different Georgia Tech schools, traveled to Florida to brief military leadership as part of the Sam Nunn Security Program.
Ferri to Lead Graduate Education and Faculty Development
Bonnie Ferri, a Tech alumna, comes to the vice provost of Graduate Education and Faculty Development position after nearly 30 years as a faculty member.
Social Media Reveals Clues about College Mental Health
The College of Computing's Munmun De Choudhury led the study, where researchers created a mental health index for the nation’s highest-ranked colleges and universities.
Gravitational Waves Detected, Confirmed for Third Time
Research Scientist James Clark talks about the latest wave, which was detected about 3 billion light-years away — twice as far as previous signals.
In the Classroom with Florin Niculescu
This Scheller College of Business professor grew up winning mathematics competitions, but it wasn't until he was a student at Harvard University that he thought about teaching.
What to Add to Your Summer Reading List
Georgia Tech librarians offer recommendations, ranging from a humorous story about a medieval studies graduate who takes a job in a crematory to a post-apocalyptic fantasy.
The Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine catalogs Tech's traditions, including old and new, serious and silly.
Memorial Day Events in Atlanta
With campus closed Monday, there are several ways to enjoy the weekend with honorary ceremonies and leisure activities.
USG Issues Guidance on Campus Carry Implementation
The University System of Georgia provided guidance Wednesday to all institutions on House Bill 280. The law goes into effect July 1.
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