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The Georgia Institute of Technology has launched an international search for the next executive vice president for Research (EVPR).
Mark E. Hay, Regents Professor and Harry and Linda Teasley Chair in the School of Biological Sciences at Georgia Tech, is the recipient of the 2018 Gilbert Morgan Smith Medal of the National Academy of Sciences. The award recognizes Hay’s research into algal science, with implications for the world’s imperiled coral reefs.
As announced in December, Georgia Tech is participating in the University System of Georgia (USG) Comprehensive Administrative Review (CAR). The next phases of the CAR will launch this month.
ECE Professor Gabriel Alfonso Rincón-Mora has been named a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (CASS) for 2018-2019.
Jennifer Clark has been named to the inaugural class of fellows of the American Association of Geographers (AAG), a non-profit scientific and educational society founded in 1904.
Ayanna Howard named chair of School of Interactive Computing.
Recent Posts from Dr. Bras
K-12 education is not Georgia Tech’s primary mission, but it is still a vital part of the educational ecosystem and the pipeline that brings students to Georgia Tech.
In my previous blog, I addressed the concern that the United States is adrift without a science policy to secure our future, while China seems to be quickly adopting our successful research university model. But that isn’t the end of the story. The fact that the Chinese can innovate on existing ideas so well tells me that it is only a matter of (short) time before they begin to drive the creative process.
It behooves academia, government, and industry to quickly settle on a stable policy that will allow us to get back to the business we do best: educating the best engineers and scientists, and producing the seeds of innovation that drive the technological markets of the future.”
Believe and Achieve: A message to underrepresented minorities, women, and all of us who are different
To think that all is fine and that discrimination, bias, and bigotry are relics of the past is to live in a fantasy, or certainly a different world from the one I live in. Dr. Bras shares excerpts from a 1998 address at MIT titled "Believe and Achieve: Success is Earned, Not Given at MIT." Written nearly two decades ago, many of those words are still valid today.
Georgia Tech Provost Rafael L. Bras recently traveled to Italy to speak to faculty, students, and administrators of several Italian universities about innovation in education.
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