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SEI & IISP Publish White Paper on Cybersecurity and Energy Infrastructure

"Preparing for the Inevitable: Cybersecurity Attacks and Our Energy Infrastructure"

Laurence J. Jacobs

Jacobs Appointed Interim Dean of College of Engineering

Laurence J. Jacobs, associate dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Engineering and professor of civil and environmental engineering and mechanical engineering, has been appointed interim dean of the College of Engineering.

McCamish Pavilion to Serve as Election Polling Location

McCamish Pavilion will serve as an early voting site and as a polling precinct.

Flavio Fenton Joins ECE's Anna Holcomb as 2020-2021 Governor’s Teaching Fellow

School of Physics professor will work on classroom-related research project through fellowship

Surveillance Testing

Get Tested, Get Rewarded

For those who have already been participating in weekly surveillance testing on campus, thank you for helping to keep our campus community safe. And for those who haven’t, now is the time to start.

Steven McLaughlin Named Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs at Georgia Tech

McLaughlin will assume the lead academic role effective October 1, 2020.

Tech Tower

Stronger Than Expected Enrollment Eases Some Budget Reductions

Since last spring, Georgia Tech has been reworking its Fiscal Year 2021 budget due to the coronavirus pandemic and the ripple effect it is having on the state’s and Institute’s revenue.

New School Builds on Georgia Tech's Commitment to Advancing Cybersecurity and Privacy Education

Georgia Tech’s newest school is the first of its kind at a major research university.

Georgia Tech ECE Undergraduate Programs Rank in Top Five For 2021

The Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering had another strong showing in the 2021 edition of U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges Issue, which includes undergraduate engineering program rankings.

Fall 2020 All-Majors Career Fair

Georgia Tech’s Fall Career Fair is the largest in the south. Every year, nearly 400 companies and nearly 7,000 students attend the fair. Companies attending the fair are hiring co-ops, interns, and full-time positions.

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