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5 Tips to Avoid Common Career Fair Mistakes
Do your research, go early, be professional, follow up, and don't tell yourself "no."
Campaign Georgia Tech Wraps Up in Historic Fashion
The most successful fundraising campaign in Georgia Tech’s history concluded on Dec. 31, 2015. When the books were closed, more than $1.8 billion had been raised.
Tech Now Offering MBA Dual Degrees
This dual degree option allows students to combine an MBA with an M.S. or Ph.D. degree in programs within the College of Engineering and College of Computing.
Humanitarian Activist to Receive Prize for Social Courage
Nancy Parrish, who helped launch a national movement to reform how the U.S. military prosecutes sexual violence, will receive the 2016 Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage.
8 Options for Finding an On-Campus Job
Students looking to start a part-time job may want to consider campus positions because of the convenient location options and flexible scheduling.
Serve-Learn-Sustain Courses Open to All Students
The two courses, one on Sustainable Community Principles and another on Sustainable Community and Systems, will look at local and global issues related to sustainable communities.
Mark Your Calendars for Semester Events
With a new semester underway, it’s a good time to look ahead at what might be of interest to in the coming months.
Institute Looks Toward New Legislative Session
Georgia Tech's priorities this year include the Library Renewal Project, ATDC, and partnerships with the Georgia AgriTech Innovation Initiative.
Finding the 'Courage to Lead'
This year's campus celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. begins next week with a lecture from award-winning journalist, activitist, and political commentator Jeff Johnson.
Faculty Take Part in Undergraduate Admission
Early Action admission decisions will be released Saturday, Jan. 9. This year, faculty are helping select the best candidates for the next freshman class.
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