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The Future of Work at Georgia Tech

The Institute launched the Future of Work @ Georgia Tech working group last month. With a focus on the fall semester, the cross-campus partnership seeks to understand what the optimal return-to-work strategy should be for Georgia Tech.

The winning invention is an inflatable, reversible, waterproof jacket that can be transformed into an air mattress or a shelter from the elements for homeless populations.

Delta Jacket Wins 2021 Georgia Tech InVenture Prize

Fourth-year student’s garment designed to assist homeless populations takes top prize

CREATE-X Teams Shine in Final Round of InVenture Prize

In this years InVenture Prize event, five of the six teams competing in the finals have CREATE-X affiliation.

Mouhyemen Khan

Khan Receives Third Place in Nokia Bell Labs Intern Program

ECE Ph.D. student Mouhyemen Khan was chosen for third place in the Nokia Bell Labs Intern Program 2020 for Outstanding Innovation.

Enjoy Free Food, Prizes, and Networking Opportunities at Grad Student Appreciation Week

April 5-9, Georgia Tech will host Grad Student Appreciation Week.

Research Next

Future of University Research is Subject of March 17 Town Hall

Research universities will likely face significant challenges ahead, and addressing them begins with understanding the issues involved.

The Georgia Tech Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council is made up of over 50 faculty, staff, and students.

Georgia Tech Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council Gets To Work

The Georgia Tech Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council has launched three working groups comprised of Council members and issue-area experts from across the campus.

Bhattacharya Selected for Women in Engineering Teaching Excellence Award

Nivedita Bhattacharya has been chosen as a recipient of the 2021 Women in Engineering (WIE) Teaching Excellence Award.

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.

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