Georgia Tech has joined MIT and 10 other international universities as founding members of the Digital Credentials Consortium, a collaborative, intercollegiate research and design group focused on the creation of verifiable digital credentials.

Georgia Tech Provost Rafael L. Bras will step down approximately Sept. 1, following a decade as the Institute’s chief academic officer. Bras will remain at Georgia Tech as a professor.

Excel at Georgia Tech has been restructured into CEISMC, moving the program out of the Scheller College of Business, and into a centralized unit within the Office of the Provost.

Kyla Ross, director of graduate training and senior academic professional in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, will become the next assistant vice provost for Advocacy and Conflict Resolution, effective Dec. 20.

The Office of International Initiatives announces the launch of the Georgia Tech Guide for Responsible International Activities, a new online resource regarding guidelines, policies, and procedures around the Institute’s global activities.

The Georgia Institute of Technology has been awarded a grant of $499,753 by the National Science Foundation’s Convergence Accelerator to develop the Competency Catalyst project in conjunction with the University System of Georgia (USG).

Georgia Institute of Technology continues to rank among the top public universities in the nation.

A standing-room only crowd gathered at the Global Learning Centr for the 11th Annual Diversity Symposium.

Georgia Tech’s Office of the Arts is excited to announce the arrival of its new director, Aaron Shackelford.

Provost Rafael L. Bras has convened two separate search committees tasked with selecting new deans for the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts and the Georgia Tech Library.