SGA and CETL have partnered to provide an easy way for students to thank faculty and staff.
Instagram pictures with human faces are 38 percent more likely to receive likes than photos with no faces. They’re also 32 percent more likely to attract comments.
On Tuesday at approximately 2:30 a.m., the “T” was removed from Tech Tower by a Georgia Tech student.
Five teams of student entrepreneurs from Georgia Tech, including a number of Scheller College MBA candidates, will advance to the regional semifinals round of the 2014 Global Social Venture Competition (GSVC) on March 25.
Georgia Tech faculty will soon be asked for honest, candid, and confidential feedback through the Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE).
If you’re looking for a way to give back to Georgia Tech while getting to know students, consider rolling up your sleeves and volunteering for Tech Beautification Day on March 29 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Finding a job is a lot like dating a company. That’s how Lauren McDow explains job hunting to students.
From military veterans to black alumni, Georgia Tech offers an affinity group for everyone. But there’s one major misconception about the groups — people think they’re just for alumni.
These employees and units have received honors in recent months.
From choosing a Smart Board for a classroom to software for the entire campus, a number of technology-related decisions are constantly being made at Georgia Tech.
Classes will not meet the week of March 17-21 for Spring Break. Some operations are altered accordingly.
For those staying in town, free festivals and events present opportunities to enjoy the city during the break.
The Institute’s College of Engineering ranked No. 6 and all 11 of the programs within the college are ranked in the top 10.
The Student Alumni Association’s Gift to Tech lets students vote for which project they deem worthy of more than $25,000.
A new type of biomolecular tweezers could help researchers study how mechanical forces affect the biochemical activity of cells and proteins. The devices – too small to see without a microscope – use opposing magnetic and electrophoretic forces to precisely stretch the cells and molecules, holding them in position so that the activity of receptors and other biochemical activity can be studied.
Saamer Akhshabi, a 26-year-old student in the School of Computer Science’s networking research group, studied under Associate Professor Constantine Dovrolis. He was injured in an explosion inside his apartment on Feb. 4, and suffered third-degree burns over most of his body.
Restructured program will facilitate student collaboration and multimodal projects.
The 2014 TechArts Festival showcased the artistic talent and creativity of Georgia Tech students, faculty, staff, and professional artists at venues across the Georgia Tech campus. The second annual event included music, theater, digital, literary, and visual arts.