For some students, spring break could mean heading back home or going on vacation. But Alternative Service Breaks will provide students with an opportunity to help communities around the southeastern U.S. through volunteer trips, which will get them off campus while making great connections along the way.
Culture Initiative Seeks to Strengthen Institute Values
Living Our Values Every Day (L.O.V.E. GT) seeks to help the Georgia Tech community bring the Institute’s values to life in our everyday work. Preliminary survey results show that people are embracing the values on campus.
Georgia Tech Selected as NIH Cell Characterization Hub
Georgia Tech will be the in-depth cell characterization platform hub for the National Institute of Health’s Regenerative Medicine Innovation Project. The main goal of the $30 million project is the development of transformative new therapies based on adult stem cells.
The United States, Great Britain, Germany, the European Union, and other nations have recently moved to impose new sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine conflict. Georgia Tech’s Tibor Besedes researches the effectiveness of sanctions and shares his insights.
Georgia Tech graduate and Professor of the Practice Sandra “Sandy” Magnus, who flew to space three times, has been elected to the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame. Only 101 astronauts have received the honor.