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Georgia Mayors Talk Smart Cities, Inclusive Innovation
As Atlanta prepares to elect a new mayor, 10 mayors from other Georgia cities recently convened at Georgia Tech to discuss collective action and deployment for smart city initiatives.
Ph.D. Student Earns Prestigious Google Fellowship
Ahmed Saeed, a graduate student in computer science, is one of just 30 students to receive the fellowship this year.
Hidden Georgia Tech: The Cistern System
While there’s usually something happening on Tech Green, a different kind of activity is taking place a few feet below — in a 1.4-million-gallon underground cistern system.
Sometimes, 24 hours just isn’t enough time in a day. And no one wishes for more hours than Georgia Tech basketball players and engineering students Ben Lammers and Chanin Scott.
Tech Parents Establish Dean of Students Endowment
Two sets of Tech parents committed $1.25 million each to endow the Brandt-Fritz Dean of Students Chair, which will generate an income of $100,000 a year to be used at the discretion of the Dean of Students and Vice President of Student Life.
A Football Game, a Train Wreck, and a Bitter Rivalry
Refresh your memory on how a 19th century football game and a train wreck led to one of the most heated rivalries in college sports.
Biochemistry Student Named Rhodes Scholar
Calvin Runnels is one of 32 American students this year to earn what is considered one of the world’s most prestigious scholarships. Runnels will pursue postgraduate work at the University of Oxford.
Breaking Down an Implosion
Civil and Environmental Engineering's Lauren Stewart, a blast expert, recaps this morning's implosion of the Georgia Dome (seen at left from the top of the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center).
Apply Now for Spring Alternative Service Breaks
Students can spend spring break participating in service trips around the country and abroad. Leader applications are due today, and participant applications are due next week.
K-9s at Georgia Tech
It's well known that people come to Georgia Tech to be trained in special skills that serve the common good. What may be surprising is that dogs come here for the same thing.
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