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Jenny L. Singleton, professor and associate chair in the School of Psychology, has been named the assistant provost for Advocacy and Conflict Resolution, effective Jan. 1, 2018.
The Office of Development has created an emergency scholarship fund for Georgia Tech students from the Caribbean
Georgia Tech researcher one of 18 innovative young scientists in the nation to receive prestigious honor
The Regents Professor title is the highest academic recognition bestowed by the University System of Georgia, and demonstrates excellence and achievement in teaching and research
ECE Professor Santiago Grijalva has been named to the Federal Smart Grid Advisory Committee of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for a three-year term.
ECE Professor Ayanna M. Howard has been named as a recipient of the Walker’s Legacy Power25 Atlanta Awards.
Recent Posts from Dr. Bras
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.
We are proud of a legacy of sustainability that now spans more than six decades, and we will strive to realize our mission of “progress and service” as thoughtful stewards of all of our resources.
It has been nearly four years since Engineered Art: An International Sculpture Exhibit very publicly launched Georgia Tech’s arts Initiative. And a lot has happened since. But, the most important success is the increasing assimilation of arts and creativity in the daily life of our campus and, increasingly, in our curriculum. Our students and faculty appreciate how the processes of innovation, design, and creativity are shared between our core disciplines and the arts.
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