Hip Hop Scholar Featured in Google Arts and Culture Guide
Joycelyn Wilson is featured in Google’s new Atlanta arts and culture page, which debuts today. Wilson, an assistant professor of hip hop studies and digital media in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, wrote the essay on Atlanta’s role in the rise of hip hop.
How an Elephant’s Trunk Manipulates Air to Eat and Drink
Georgia Tech researchers sought to better understand the physics of how elephants use their trunks to move and manipulate air, water, food, and other objects, which could inspire the creation of more efficient robots that use air motion to hold and move things.
Graham Named Dean of Engineering at Maryland
A two-time Tech alumnus, Samuel Graham joined the faculty in 2003 and has served as chair of the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering since 2018.
Since the School of Literature, Media, and Communication debuted Humanistic Perspectives in a Technological World in 2014, upheavals have rocked the nation and world while raising awareness of social justice issues and questions of gender equality. This volume explores those themes and more.
Parking and Transportation Services Moving Offices
Beginning June 1, Parking and Transportation Services will move its customer service operations to the ground level of the E81-Tech Square/Georgia Tech Hotel Parking Deck just inside the Spring Street parking entrance. Administrative offices will move to 845 Marietta Street.