Undergraduate scholars selected to participate in this year-long program are matched with a research project submitted by prospective graduate or postdoctoral mentors. Applications are due Sept. 26.
Craig Womack, associate dean for Undergraduate Programs in the Scheller College of Business, offers a few words of wisdom for Tech’s newest students, who may feel a bit lost in the transition to college.
Researchers increasingly use a technique drawn from the ancient art of origami to design spacecraft components, medical robots, and antenna arrays. Now, they have developed a general formula that analyzes how structures can be configured to thin, remain unaffected, or thicken as they are stretched, pushed, or bent.
Thursday, Sept. 1
11 a.m. – noon