Academic and Research Update

  • Nazzal Elected Chair of Faculty Executive Board
  • Finalists Chosen in College of Computing Dean Search
  • Applications Open for Transformative Teaching and Learning Innovation Incubator Grants
  • Celebrating Black History Month on Campus and in Atlanta
  • Georgia Tech Named Top-Ranked Public University in Energy
  • Researchers Leverage AI to Develop Early Diagnostic Test for Ovarian Cancer
  • GTRI Develops Machine Learning Operations Platform to Streamline Data Management for DoD
  • Georgia Tech Science and Engineering Day Kicks Off Atlanta Science F

Academic and Research Update

  • Explore 2023 Campus Reports

  • Digital Learning Days Toolkit Available Now

  • First Ascend Cohort Announced

  • Scheller College of Business Undergrad Program Ranks Top 10 in the U.S.

  • Conversations with Cabrera: Dr. Rajiv Shah

  • The Challenges of Regulating AI

  • Photochemistry and a New Catalyst Could Make Fertilizer More Sustainable

  • Organizational Changes in Administration and Finance

Academic and Research Update

  • Tech Continues Commitment to Expanding Access with New Executive Director Role
  • New Cohort of Faculty Executive Leadership Academy Announced
  • Remembering Paul Manuel Aviles Baker
  • Honorary Degree Presentation and Fireside Chat with Satya Nadella
  • Institutional Award Nominations: Faculty Honors
  • Researchers Create First Functional Semiconductor Made from Graphene
  • Inequality in Well-Being Increasing in the U.S.
  • Everlasting African Wildfires Fueled by Aerosol Feedback
  • Researchers Find They Can Stop Degradation of

Academic and Research Update

  • Change in Institute Hazardous Weather Operations Policies

  • Six Named to National Academy of Inventors

  • Mitchell Walker Named Chair of AE School

  • Slieper and Williams Named Faculty Co-Directors of Quality Enhancement Plan

  • Coskun Receives $1.86 Million NIH MIRA Award to Map Spatial Molecular Neighborhoods

  • Sensor Fabric, Big Data Could Help End Pressure Injuries for Wheelchair Users

  • Largest Study of its Kind Reveals Widespread, Outdated Password Practices

Academic and Research Update

  • CREATE-X Launches Medellín International Program

  • Creating a More Resilient Flu Vaccine

  • Saad Bhamla Wins National Academies Award for Science Communications Excellence

  • Tech Hosts Forum to Develop Research Partnerships Between HBCUs and Industry

  • Provost Names Davis-Nozemack as New Executive Chief of Staff and Associate Provost

  • Gosden Named Executive Chief of Staff for the Office of the EVPR

  • Next Cohort of Emerging Leaders Program Selected

Academic and Research Update

  • Georgia Tech Celebrates the Launch of GTDC in Washington D.C.

  • Husbands Fealing Honored as 'Academic Leader and Champion of Diversity in STEM'

  • Janelle Dunlap Turns Beekeeping Into Art

  • How the Pandemic is Shaping U.S. Security Policy

  • Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Aging with Disability Renews Grant

  • Emory, Georgia Tech Receive $7 Million NIH Grant to Advance Health Technologies

  • The Importance of Inclusive Gaming

Academic and Research Update

  • Ecohorror: Learning from Mutant Monsters and Dangerous Plants

  • Robot Guitarist Plays with Human Expressivity

  • What is the Future of AI?

  • Experts Shed Light on Israel-Hamas War

  • LG Chem and Georgia Tech Establish Collaboration to Advance Battery Research

  • Sea Spray, Water Worlds, and the Search for Life

  • How Insects Evolved to Ultrafast Flight

  • Transforming the Classroom Through Experiential Learning

Academic and Research Update

  • Honoring Faculty Promotions

  • Three Tech Projects Tackle Cancer

  • Georgia Tech Launches Interdisciplinary Neurosciences Research Program

  • OMSCS Executive Director Named Inaugural Zvi Galil PEACE Chair

  • Search Begins for Assistant Vice Provost for the Arts

  • Study Challenges the Rules of Evolutionary Biology

  • New Resource for Domestic Abuse Survivors Combines AI, Cybersecurity, and Psychology

Academic and Research Update

  • Common Probiotic Bacteria Could Help Protect Against Influenza

  • Hyundai, Georgia Tech Celebrate Partnership with Memorandum Signing

  • Krista Walton Chosen as AVP for Research Operations

  • Research That Could Cut Cancer Deaths in Half

  • New Bacterial Proteins Shine Light on Climate and Astrobiology

  • Novel Method Unearths Ecosystem Disruptions

  • New Water Treatment Approach Helps to Avoid Harmful Chemicals

Academic and Research Update

  • Avant South Coming in September
  • 'Distilling' Outdated Software Could Save Defense Dept. Millions
  • Georgia Tech Announces Val-Sal Scholarship
  • Exploring the Genome's 'Dark Matter'
  • Colleges Wrestle with AI-Generated Admissions Essays
  • Making Waves in Tsunami Research 
  • You are Invited: Research Town Hall - Sept. 22
  • You are Invited: Conversations with Cabrera - Sept. 25
  • You are Invited: Generative Futures Symposium - Sept.