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Office of International Education Update

The spring semester is a busy time for OIE with many deadlines. Students who are interested in studying abroad during the summer 2017, fall 2017, or academic year 2017-2018 should make sure to submit their application materials on time.

Dogancan Temel (L) and Ghassan AlRegib on a recent visit to Google's global headquarters in Mountain View, California. 

ECE Faculty Produce Most Downloaded Paper for Signal Processing Publication

Dogancan (Can) Temel and Ghassan AlRegib are the co-authors of one of the most downloaded articles from Signal Processing: Image Communication during the last 90 days.

A study of cloud hosting services has found that as many as 10 percent of the repositories hosted by them have been compromised. Shown is Georgia Tech professor Raheem Beyah, who led the research. (Credit: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech)

Beyah Named as Emerging Scholar in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

ECE Professor Raheem Beyah was named as an Emerging Scholar in the January 26, 2017 edition of Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.

ECE Professor Ian F. Akyildiz has been named the recipient of the 2011
W. Wallace McDowell Award, an honor given by the IEEE Computer Society.

Akyildiz Makes Google Top-H Index

Ian F. Akyildiz has been ranked in Google's Top-H Index for Computer Science and Electronics, the impact factor for top journals in those two areas.

Nominations now accepted for Nanotechnology Award

TAPPI recognizes outstanding contributions in the field

First All Majors Spring Career Fair Takes Place This Week

Calling all job-seekers at Georgia Tech – the first-ever spring All Majors Career Fair will be held Thursday, Feb. 2, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in McCamish Pavilion.

12th Annual Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium

Applications are now open to present your research at the spring symposium.

PURA

Get paid $1500 to conduct undergraduate research with a PURA.

The Atlantic Coast Conference InVenture Prize rewards undergraduate students with cash prizes for innovations that aim to solve the world’s big problems. 

Georgia Tech is hosting the competition. 

Teams of students representing each of the ACC’s 15 universities will pitch their inventions or startups before a live audience and a panel of judges. Learn more about the ACC InVenture Prize here.

InVenture Prize Final Round

Make sure you fill out this form if you'd like tickets to this year's InVenture Prize final round.

Ideas 2 Serve Informational Lunch Session

Learn more about this social and environmental problem-solving competition this Thursday.

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