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A Plan of Global Proportions
More students are spending more time abroad than ever as part of the International Plan, which will host information sessions next week.
Enjoying the Last Days of Summer
With the fall semester just over a week away, there's still time to check something fun off your summer to-do list.
Tech Launches Online Master's in Cybersecurity
Similar to Tech's other online master's programs, the degree costs less than $10,000. The first students will enroll in January 2019.
Early Move-In Begins Saturday
Some students will begin moving in after the last two FASET orientation sessions, with the rest arriving next week.
If You're Living On Campus: What to Bring
You won't need everything on these lists, and you should check with your rooommates to avoid duplicating housing supplies.
NASA Taps Tech Graduate for Historic Space Mission
Eric Boe (left), an electrical engineering graduate, will be part of Boeing’s first commercial crew flight test, which is expected to lift off from Florida in the middle of 2019.
President Announces Interim Leadership, Organizational Changes
The revised structure puts new leaders in place in Administration and Finance and is intended to remain in place for the next six to 12 months.
July in Photos
A look back at the last weeks of summer, and the last time campus saw sunshine.
Tech Graduate Helms Honolulu Army Corps of Engineers
Kate Sanborn finished her civil engineering Ph.D. in May. Just two months later, she’s making history as the first woman to lead the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu District.
Shaping Leaders through the Great Outdoors
If you want to take a Tech Treks trip, rent a kayak, or learn camping and backpacking skills, you may run into David Knobbe.
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