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Aline Eid

Eid Selected for IEEE MTT-S Fellowship and FLEX Conference Best Poster Award

Aline Eid has been selected for a 2020 IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) graduate fellowship award and received the first-place award in the student poster competition at the FLEX MEMS & Sensors Technical Congress.

Crescendo Acquisition

9 Things to Do in Atlanta Over Spring Break

Check out some great events and activities for spring break in Atlanta.

Strategic Plan Draft Available for Review, Application Period Open for Phase Two Working Groups

Georgia Tech has released the draft of its strategic plan document for community feedback and is accepting applications for working groups.

Team Handld presents their idea to the judges during the 2019 InVenture Prize Finals. Aired live on Georgia Public Broadcasting, the finals are the culmination of months of preparation, prototyping and pitching. (Photo: Dalton Touchberry)

InVenture Prize Finalists Announced for 2020 Live Show

Six teams will compete live on GPB for $35,000 in prizes and help patenting their ideas.

Saibal Mukhopadhyay has been an assistant professor in ECE since 2007.

Mukhopadhyay Receives Intel Outstanding Researcher Award

ECE Professor Saibal Mukhopadhyay is a recipient of Intel’s 2019 Outstanding Researcher Award.

Erik Verriest

Verriest Named to Giovanni Prodi Chair in Mathematics

Erik Verriest has been named the Giovanni Prodi Chair in Mathematics at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Wuerzburg for the 2020 summer semester.

Georgia Tech Scores High Marks in Princeton Review’s Best Value College Ranking

Tech a top-ranked public institution overall and in career placement

Katie Bishop

Bishop Chosen for Brooke Owens Fellowship

Second-year electrical engineering major Katie Bishop is one of six Georgia Tech undergraduates who has been chosen for a Brooke Owens Fellowship. 

The 2019 Georgia Innovative Economic Development Internship Cohort. From left: Jan Youtie, director of the Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy program at Georgia Tech; Ebney Ayaj Rana, a master's student at Georgia State University; Karl Grindal and Daniel S. Schiff, Ph.D. candidates in Tech's School of Public Policy, and Alfie Meeks, director of Tech's Center for Enonomic Development Research. (Photo by: Matthew Hummel)

Applications now open for the 2020 Georgia Innovative Economic Development Internship Program

Georgia Tech graduate students can further their research and earn $6K in 10-week, paid summer internship.