Raheem Beyah has been selected as Georgia Tech’s new dean and Southern Company chair of the College of Engineering, and will begin his duties as dean on Jan. 15.

Two finalists have been chosen in the College of Engineering dean search.

Georgia Tech announced changes to the Spring 2021 academic calendar to minimize the health risk to the Tech community due to travel-related transmission of the coronavirus.

Over two years, Competency Catalyst will receive $5 million in funding from the NSF Convergence Accelerator.

Laurence J. Jacobs, associate dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Engineering and professor of civil and environmental engineering and mechanical engineering, has been appointed interim dean of the College of Engineering.

The Faculty Executive Board recently passed a motion brought forth by representatives from the Student Government Association requesting academic consideration for student voters on November 3, Election Day. 

Participants of the fifth cohort of Georgia Tech Emerging Leaders Program have been selected.

The Georgia Tech Library welcomes new Dean Leslie Sharp, who officially starts her tenure July 1.

Inspired by recent events, Georgia Tech Dean of Computing Charles Isbell recounts his personal experience as an African American and shares a bit about what binds us together.

As planning committees examine how to safely ramp up research activities, we talked to two campus leaders about possible next steps.