Surveillance Testing Shown to Reduce Community Covid-19 Spread
In early 2020, Georgia Tech researchers designed a saliva-based PCR test and encouraged community members to test weekly to track the health of the campus. Surveillance testing not only kept the community safe, but also enabled an open campus during a period of the pandemic when vaccines were not available.
Black History Month is a time to reflect on African Americans’ achievements and struggles. It’s also a time to highlight individuals who are doing the work today to make society more just and inclusive tomorrow.
The Winter Student Organizations Fair will feature 140 of Georgia Tech’s Registered Student Organizations and provide an easy way for interested students to connect with activities on-campus. The fair begins Wednesday.
Spring Career Fair Takes Place Next Week
The Spring 2022 All-Majors Career Fair is the largest Career Fair on Georgia Tech's campus. Every year, nearly a hundred of companies and thousands of students attend the fair. Companies attending the fair are hiring co-ops, interns, and full-time positions, with students from all majors and degree types.
What to Watch During Black History Month
February is Black History Month, a time to reflect on the struggles and achievements of Black Americans, and their centrality to U.S. history. We asked several faculty and staff members for viewing recommendations that explore race, identity, history, and memory.
This year saw a record number of applicants, topping 50,600 for all three rounds (Early Action 1, Early Action 2, and Regular Decision). Notably the Scheller College of Business, the College of Computing, the College of Design, and the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts all received double digit increases over the last year.
This month, the Residence Hall Association is sending postcards featuring famous Georgia Tech locations to members of the Tech community. Fill out a short form and write a positive message, and it will be randomly sent to somebody else who requests a postcard. You'll get your own positive note in return.
This country’s semiconductor chip shortage is likely to continue well into 2022, and a Georgia Tech expert predicts that the U.S. will need to make major changes to the manufacturing and supply chain of these all-important chips in the coming year to stave off further effects.
Russia and Ukraine have been at odds since the end of the Soviet Union. Today, regional tensions are rising as the two countries amass troops along their border. Georgia Tech’s Adam Stulberg provides insights on the situation.