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Inaugural Queer Love Week Celebrates Love and Raises Awareness

The countdown to Valentine’s Day is on, and Georgia Tech is elated to spread some love, awareness, and positivity around the campus with Queer Love Week.

Engineering a Culture of Inclusion and Diversity

Emerald White, an undergraduate in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is making her voice heard through active participation in many different on-campus organizations.

Top row: Asif Khan, Bernard Kippelen, Frank Li

Middle row: Benjamin Yang, Muhannad Bakir, Nivedita Bhattacharya

Bottom row: Matthieu Bloch, Omer Inan, Sung Kyu Lim

Nine ECE Faculty Named to CTL’s CIOS Honor Roll

Nine faculty members from the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) have been named to the Student Recognition of Excellence in Teaching: Class of 1934 CIOS Honor Roll by the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL).

Tech Campus Surpasses 200,000 Covid-19 Tests

Since last fall the Institute’s regular testing of students, faculty, and staff has kept the number of positive cases relatively low on campus.

Omer Inan poses with the Countryman B3 lavalier microphone.

Inventors of World’s Smallest Lavalier Microphone Tapped for Technical Achievement Award

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has given a Technical Achievement Award to Chris Countryman and Omer T. Inan for the engineering of the subminiature high-performance Countryman Associates lavalier microphones.

Allyson (Jennings) McKinney

The Female Founders Program: Q & A with Allyson (Jennings) McKinney

ECE Ph.D. student Allyson (Jennings) McKinney participated in the first cohort of the Female Founders program this past fall.

Angela Davis to Give Keynote at 2021 Georgia Tech Black History Month Lecture

Angela Davis, political activist, philosopher, educator, and author, will be the keynote speaker at Georgia Tech’s 2021 Black History Month Lecture on Feb. 10.

Professor Russell Dupuis

LED Lighting Development Wins 2021 Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering

ECE Professor Russell Dupuis and his colleagues were awarded the 2021 Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering on February 2.

2021 and Beyond: Research Opportunities for Undergraduate Students

On and off Georgia Tech’s campus, there are countless opportunities for undergraduate students to gain practical skills, connections with industry leaders, and hands-on experience through research and internship opportunities.

Georgia Tech Launches Thrive@GT Mental Health Initiative

Georgia Tech is proud to announce a new partnership, through the University System of Georgia Mental Health Initiative, with Christie Campus Health to implement the CONNECT program.