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Chemistry Professor Earns Top Faculty Honor
Seth Marder, along with several other outstanding faculty and staff members, will be honored at today's annual Faculty and Staff Honors Luncheon.
Rubik's Cube Inventor Visits Campus Wednesday
For some Tech students, Ernő Rubik's upcoming visit to campus has been on their calendar for months.
Spring Speakers Lined Up for Commencement
A campus leader, an astronaut, a college president, and Atlanta's mayor comprise this semester's lineup of speakers — half of whom are alumnae
Have a Seat with Rosa
With 'Continuing the Conversation' now unveiled, the campus community can take a seat with Rosa Parks in Harrison Square.
Continuing the Conversation
Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., a new piece of campus art — made possible by philanthropy from Rod and Michelle Adkins (right) — is being dedicated today.
An Annual Remembrance
Today's When the Whistle Blows ceremony will honor those within the campus community who have died during the past year. During the ceremony, the whistle will sound once for each life remembered.
Piedmont, BCBSGa Negotiations Continue
Georgia Tech employees enrolled in a Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia health care plan can take a few steps to be prepared if they use Piedmont facilities or doctors.
Bringing Light to Sexual Assault
Take Back the Night takes place today at 7 p.m. Students and staff will share stories of their experiences with sexual or relationship violence at a candlelight vigil.
Mechanical Engineering Chair Retires
William J. Wepfer joined the Georgia Tech faculty in 1980 and served two five-year terms as the Eugene C. Gwaltney, Jr. Chair of the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering.
A New Kind of Course: Personal Finance 101
A new one-credit elective lets students learn how to set a budget, manage expenses, and start investing at an early age.
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