Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner announced the appointment of Trey Childress, an Ivan Allen College alum and advisory board member, as the state’s deputy governor and part of a three-person “turnaround team” to address what he called a “current trajectory that is unsustainable as a state.”
Shatakshee Dhongde (Economics), presented her research at an international conference on Economics of Global Poverty at Gordon College in Massachusetts.
Christopher Le Dantec's accepted paper, "Strangers at the Gate: Gaining Access, Building Rapport, and Co-Constructing Community-Based Research," has been named a "Best Paper" of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2015).
Aaron Santesso is featured in a new film project, “Do Not Track” by Snitow-Kaufman Productions, on privacy, big data, and surveillance.
A new commemorative wall has been erected on the fourth floor of the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons (CULC), honoring some of Georgia Tech’s best teachers throughout the years.
John Smith’s first book, The Sons of Westwood, has been selected as one of Choice’s Outstanding Academic Titles of 2014.
While the nationwide push for STEM education has caused hand-wringing and eraser-gnawing in some English departments, Tech’s School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC) has long worked within this reality.
Kranzberg Professor John Krige gave a presentation to His Majesty King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and representatives from embassies and European industry during an event on December 16. The occasion marked the 50th birthday of the European Space Agency (ESA).
This fall, Rebecca Weaver's Fall 2014 Technical Communication class had the opportunity to work with Hagar Civilization Training Missionary (HCTM) to create the WestSide non-profit's digital presence.
The European Commission has awarded Georgia Tech a Jean Monnet Center of
Excellence. The Center will pool expertise from across the Ivan Allen College to analyze Europe's place in a changing world with an American reference point but a broader focus.