Meet Provost Rafael L. Bras

Dr. Rafael Bras

Dr. Rafael L. Bras is the provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology. 

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Recent Posts from Dr. Bras

  • Dreaming

    Provost Bras talks the three ingredients for success in his life — family, education, and dreaming.

  • A Confession and Lessons in Isolation

    I have never considered myself an extrovert, but I sure suffer as much as anyone else from the deprivation that isolation efforts impose.

  • Maintaining Connection and Community as Classes Resume

    Dr. Bras offers thoughts as Georgia Tech classes resume online on March 30, and encourages that moving forward successfully will require extraordinary flexibility, empathy, adjustment, and communication.

  • Thoughts on Coronavirus

    Writing about coronavirus is not what I had planned. But these are unprecedented times.

  • Servant Leadership: A Lesson in Harmony, Humility and Helpfulness

    Last Jan. 26, I had the unforgettable experience to visit former President Jimmy Carter’s Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Georgia. To me, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter are the paragons of servant leaders. I cannot begin to explain what it meant for me to visit with them at their church.