Following feedack from students, alumni, and industry, the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering will adopt a threaded curriculum model for the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and the Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering programs.
Starting in Fall 2021, Georgia Tech will offer an opportunity for students to improve their financial literacy and well-being. GT 4100: Fundamentals of Personal Finance is a one-credit course that will be offered only on a pass/fail basis.
This year's honorees include many individuals with a variety of connections to Georgia Tech. From social media to consumer technology, from manufacturing to computer science, our fellow Yellow Jackets are making a splash.
The vaccine selfie has become a staple of social media in recent weeks — and that's no exception on campus. Members of the campus community share why they were motivated to get vaccinated, and how they hope it helps a return to normalcy.
Engineers Without Borders Project Installs 100 Clean Cookstoves in Nicaragua
In 2013, a Georgia Tech student visiting the community of Nuevo Amanecer, a small neighborhood in rural Nicaragua, was struck by how damaging the method of cooking with an open fire could be to people’s respiratory health. This led to the beginning of a project to give the people of Nuevo Amanecer clean cookstoves, a project that’s been the work of Georgia Tech’s Engineers Without Borders for almost eight years.
The Sustainability Student Champion Award recognizes a student who demonstrates sustainability leadership with a lasting impact on campus culture and institutional sustainability progress. The honoree is awarded $500.
The nationwide National Security Agency’s Codebreaker Challenge provides students with a hands-on opportunity to develop skills in reverse-engineering and low-level code analysis through realistic problem-solving.