Georgia Tech President G.P. “Bud” Peterson began his sixth annual tour of the state of Georgia today. President Peterson is traveling 500 miles through middle Georgia to meet with business people, lawmakers, editorial boards, alumni, donors and regents.
These tours are designed for President Peterson to discuss Georgia Tech’s impact across the state. They also provide a chance for him to hear concerns from community members across the region.
Over the course of the past five summer tours, the president has traveled more than 4,000 miles, visited more than 34 cities and nearly every one of Georgia’s 159 counties.
This year’s tour will include: Augusta, Sandersville, Dublin, Hawkinsville, Warner Robins, Perry and Griffin.
Last revised August 1, 2017