The first CREATE-X class in 2014 had eight teams. This year the program had 80, chosen out of more than 700 applicant teams. For the first time, 10 faculty teams were also admitted — out of 65 applying — to provide a new avenue for commercializing Georgia Tech research.
President Cabrera Talks Representation, Mentoring, Leadership
President Ángel Cabrera isn’t just the first native of Spain to lead an American university. He’s also just one of a handful of Hispanic and Latinx leaders to serve as presidents of major U.S. institutions of higher education. He shared his thoughts as part of Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month.
Registration Open for Fall Citizens Police Academy
Georgia Tech’s Citizens Police Academy is a five-week program designed to educate and inform the Tech community about issues related to law enforcement efforts on campus and how the Georgia Tech Police Department operates. The Academy is open to all Tech faculty, staff, and students.
As recovery continues from the pandemic, art can help us re-engage with one another and our community, and to begin to make sense of all we’ve been through. Scholars and students in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication play a central role in teaching, and delivering, artistic experiences to the community.
Graduate student enrollment at Georgia Tech reached 26,398 this semester, a new record for Tech and a 14% increase from last year. Nearly 8,000 are new to the university this year — 4,344 domestic students and 3,639 international students.
The 2021 President’s Report showcases how we have been living our commitment to advancing technology and improving the human condition — in the realms of academics, research, campus life, and community engagement.