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Are You 'Fit' to Lead?
The man behind Georgia Tech's Total Person Program and triple option football shares his thoughts on "leadership fitness."
Tech Lands Department of Commerce Research Grant
The funding will let Georgia Tech examine the feasibility of expanding Technology Enterprise Park on Atlanta’s west side.
Golf Team Tees Off in NCAA Championship Today
Georgia Tech's 12th-ranked golf team, playing in its 28th NCAA Championship, is paired with Oklahoma and Stanford for the first two rounds of play in the finals.
2 Tech Women Among 23 Most Powerful Women Engineers
Ayanna Howard, professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and a Tech alumna are listed in Business Insider for having "fabulous, powerful jobs."
Tech’s Campus Gets ‘Smart’
A joint initiative with researchers and Facilities Management is optimizing Tech's energy utility systems.
Science Has Determined Which Photo Filters Are the Best
Nashville or Valencia? New York Magazine writes about the Georgia Tech research that analyzed photo filters and social media engagement.
Online and On Duty: Soldiers Add Their OMS CS Stripes
Georgia Tech's Online Master of Science in Computer Science lets active duty service members earn a degree while serving their country.
Mapping the Way to the Next Great Innovation
A new system that considers how patents cite one another may help researchers better understand the relationships between technologies, and how they may come together to spur new innovation.
Developer Selected for Next Piece of Tech Square
Georgia Tech received approval Tuesday to proceed with the High Performance Computing Center lease agreement, with Portman Holdings as the developer.
Golf Team Advances to NCAA Championship
The Yellow Jackets earned their spot over the weekend and will compete in the championship beginning May 29.
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