Updates on the campus response to coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Week of Welcome for first-years is August 8-16.

Welcoming First-years Early and Safely

August 8-16 is the inaugural Week of Welcome where first-year students can explore and connect to their new campus home despite the unprecedented circumstances.

Calhoun Tapped for IEEE EMBS Technical Achievement Award

Vince Calhoun has been chosen as the recipient of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) Technical Achievement Award.

ECE Employees Recognized with Years of Service Awards

Two ECE employees will receive 25-Year Service Awards, and eight ECE employees will receive 10-Year Service Awards.

Second Research Town Hall Details Updates to On-Campus Operations

In a 50-minute live-stream video, research leaders presented a detailed plan for ramping up the Institute’s research enterprise over the summer in preparation for the Fall 2020 semester.

Four ECE Faculty Members, Six ECE Students Honored with Georgia Tech Awards

Four faculty members and six students from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering were honored with awards usually presented at the Georgia Tech Faculty Staff Honors Luncheon and the Georgia Tech Student Honors Celebration. 

ECE Faculty, Staff, and Students Receive Honors from the Roger P. Webb Awards Program

The Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) recognized and celebrated the achievements of its students, staff, and faculty with honors from the Roger P. Webb Awards Program.

Anderson Honored with Helen Grenga Outstanding Woman Engineer Award

Lillian Anderson is the 2020 recipient of the Helen Grenga Outstanding Woman Engineer Award, which is chosen by the Women in Engineering (WIE) program at Georgia Tech.

Returning to campus will require changes to protocols around physical distancing, cleaning, and testing.

Campus Leaders Share Plan to Return to Campus

During an online town hall campus leaders discussed the plan to safely return to campus this fall.

SlothBot is a slow-moving and energy-efficient robot that can linger in the trees to monitor animals, plants, and the environment below. It has been installed for testing in the Atlanta Botanical Garden. (Credit: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech)

‘SlothBot in the Garden’ Demonstrates Hyper-Efficient Conservation Robot

Visitors to the Atlanta Botanical Garden can observe the testing of SlothBot, a new high-tech tool in the battle to save some of the world’s most endangered species.

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Surveys Gauge Comfort with Return to Campus

A set of campus surveys this month is gauging the Georgia Tech community’s comfort with returning to campus and practicing health and safety measures during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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