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Making New Friends, Seeing Old Ones During Covid-19

Whether you're trying to find new friends or spend time with old ones, there are ways to do so safely.

Georgia Tech Community Invited to Wellness Days Events

This semester, two well-being days — March 16 and March 24 — are planned for students and instructors to take a break from classes. To encourage the Tech community to take time off and enjoy the spring weather, a variety of activities will be hosted.

Shweta Dutta

Dutta Wins Outstanding Presentation Award at AMS Annual Meeting

Shweta Dutta won the Outstanding Presentation Award at the American Meteorological Society (AMS) 101st Annual Meeting, held January 10-15, 2021 in a virtual format. 

Vince Calhoun

Calhoun Chosen for SIRS Honorific Award

Vince Calhoun has been named as the recipient of the 2021 Honorific Award for Outstanding Translational Research from the Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS).

Sridhar Sivapurapu

Sivapurapu Wins Third Place Poster Award at FLEX 2021

ECE Ph.D. student Sridhar Sivapurapu won the third place in the student poster competition at FLEX 2021.

Entertainment Meets Engineering

Omer Inan and his former colleague from Countryman Associates, Chris Countryman, received an Academy Award for Technical Achievement for their work on a series of sub-miniature lavalier microphones.

Georgia Tech Hosts Notable Names During Black History Month

In recent weeks, Georgia Tech has hosted several poignant discussions and candid conversations about race on campus and beyond.

Ghassan AlRegib

AlRegib Discusses Machine Learning Topics on Scientific Sense Podcast

ECE Professor Ghassan AlRegib and his expertise in machine learning were recently featured on Scientific Sense, a daily podcast focused on science and economics.

Covid-19 Research Illustration

Campus Initiatives Continue to Tackle Challenge of Covid-19

Tech researchers have helped develop several new technologies to add on to testing, masking, and distancing.

Making Space for Black Tech

Alumni from the School of ECE have created a co-developement space called K.I.T.T. Labs for black tech talent in Atlanta.

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