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Imagining the University of the Future
Georgia Tech led a conversation among experts in higher education in Washington, D.C., Thursday about how the industry must adapt to accommodate the changing needs of students and employers.
More Than a Robot Factory
Kell Robotics lets high school technology enthusiasts build robots and advocate for policies to advance STEM education in Georgia.
Dean Searches Begin for Computing, Sciences
Two upcoming town halls will share information about the search process and timeline, and ask for feedback on the characteristics of ideal candidates.
August in Photos
It was a month for being welcomed back to campus, and for returning students to welcome new ones.
President Talks with Campus at Annual Institute Address
Nearly 400 students, faculty, and staff gathered for Thursday's event, where the president introduced new leadership and discussed recent challenges and highlights for Georgia Tech.
Enjoying Labor Day Weekend in Atlanta
You've made it through the first two weeks of the Fall semester — now enjoy a day off.
Ferst Center Renovations Underway
The Ferst Center for the Arts is offline this semester for renovations, but the Office of the Arts has a semester's worth of "fun and free" events planned.
Using Data Science to Fix the Flint Water Crisis
Jacob Abernethy and his team of students used machine learning to help locate and replace lead service lines in Flint, Michigan.
President to Address Campus Thursday
President G.P. "Bud" Peterson will deliver his annual address and take questions from the campus community on Thursday.
Hit the Streets in the Name of Service
Kick off your first fall weekend with a service project as part of Into the Streets on Saturday.
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