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'We Were the Lucky Ones'
The College of Engineering looks back at the tenure of Dean Gary May as his tenure officially ends this month.
Hidden Georgia Tech: Athletic Facilities
Unless you were — or are — a student-athlete, you may not have seen where Tech's players go when they leave the field or court and disappear into the tunnels.
Next Stop: Med School
For many Georgia Tech students, graduating from Tech is a stepping stone to the scalpel and stethoscope.
Breaking Ground, Building Up
More than a dozen construction projects are underway on campus. Look for some to wrap up and new ones to begin during the summer months.
Finalists Named for Next College of Engineering Dean
Four candidates will make public presentations to the campus community in the coming weeks. The first presentation will take place Thursday, June 22.
Georgia Tech's Racing Roots
Tech's connection to cars doesn't end with its mascot. In the early 20th century, racing culture blossomed in and around Atlanta, and Georgia Tech was at the epicenter.
EcoCAR 3 Team Earns Top Marks for Tech
The team placed first in technical aspects of this year's competition, and earned third place overall — 12 spots higher than two years ago.
Arrest Resolves 7 Spring Bicycle Thefts
Larry Ford was arrested on Georgia State's campus after Tech police issued a "be on the lookout" report. Beyond the arrest, Tech police officers have started tagging and locking bikes they find unsecured to prevent future thefts.
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.
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