Recent News

ComSciCon-Atlanta Attendees (from left) Justin Lanier, Audra Davidson, and Justin Lawrence (Photo by Maureen Rouhi)

Attendees of the inaugural ComSciCon-Atlanta want to improve how to talk about their research to nonscientists.


Come Rain or Shine (taken by Ben Rollins)

Laura and James Belanger met at Georgia Tech as undergraduates, fell in love, got married, and pursued careers as rival forecasters.


Leading Women@Tech Closing Ceremony

The second cohort of 23 women leaders were recently honored at the Leading Women@Tech closing ceremony for completing the program. The nomination period for the third cohort of the Leading Women@Tech program will open in April.


College of Sciences Dean Paul Goldbart

The festival’s board of directors selected College of Sciences Dean and Sutherland Chair Paul M. Goldbart to serve as inaugural honorary chair.


Jenny McGuire in WyomingPBS Documentary (Credit WyomingPBS)

Jenny McGuire collects well-preserved fossils from Natural Trap Cave for her research.


Athanasios Nenes and Annalisa Bracco

New methodology depends more on actual data rather than a researcher’s interpretation.


2018 MLK Sunday Supper

For the sixth year in a row, the Georgia Tech community will partake of a community meal to discuss the life and legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.


Claire Berger

Seven of 12 highly cited researchers from Georgia Tech are affiliated with the College of Sciences.


Zhigang Peng and Earthquake Music (Courtesy of Zhigang Peng)

Projects are among 16 that recently won funding from the Creative Curricular Initiatives (CCI) of the Georgia Tech Office of the Arts and the Georgia Tech Council of the Arts.


Rena Ingram ready for her students at Marietta High School (Photo courtesy of Rena Ingram)

Graduate students who change their minds about academic plans can access a wide range of Tech services for help.


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