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Research

NEW SPONSOR FUNDING

I-Corps: Advanced Energy Data Analytics, Visualization and Forecasting Platform for Energy Decision- Makers.
PI: Marilyn A. Brown (PubPol)
Sponsor: National Science Foundation
Funding: $50,000

LGBT Inclusion in Engineering Workshop
PI: Anne Pollock (LMC)
Sponsor: National Science Foundation
Funding: $49,858

OTHER FUNDING

Prosumers and the Disruption of the Economic System
Co PI: Juan Moreno-Cruz (Econ)
Sponsor: GT-FIRE
Funding: $31,840

Proposal for Funds to Expand Teacher Apprenticeship Program (TAP)
PI: William Winders (HSOC)
Sponsor: GT-FIRE
Funding: $22,500

Creating a More Inclusive Culture through the Power of Narrative
Co PI: Karen Head (LMC)
Sponsor: GT-FIRE
Funding: $20,000

Books by Faculty

Will the Internet Fragment? Sovereignty, Globalization and CyberspacePolity, May 2017 by Milton Mueller (PubPol).

What Does Georgia Tech Think?

Selected Press for Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

Carl DiSalvo (LMC) was mentioned in “Non-Profit Concrete Jungle Partners Up with Georgia Tech to Build Fruit Sensors.” Hypepotamus, May 19.

Hans Klein (PubPol) was quoted in “WannaCry Update: Microsoft Pushes a ‘Geneva Convention’ to Thwart Cyberattacks.” IEEE Spectrum, May 16.

A report authored by Lawrence Rubin (Nunn School) was cited in “Founder of Israel’s Islamic Movement Dies at 69.” Times of Israel, May 14.

Ian Bogost (LMC) was quoted in This is What a True Artificial Intelligence Really Is.” Futurism, May 14.

Yellow Jacket athletes from the Ivan Allen College were listed in 63 Georgia Tech Athletes Graduating Saturday.” Atlanta Journal Constitution, May 6.

Graduate students Nick Tippens (LMC) and Ali Yildirim (HSOC), and LMC Assistant Professor Nassim JafariNaimi were featured in Lessons from Left Field: The Culture of Auburn Avenue.” Georgia Public Broadcasting, May 3.

Mariel Borowitz (Nunn School) was quoted in SpaceX Launches Classified Spy Satellite for U.S. Department of Defense.” Christian Science Monitor, May 1.

Tibor Besedes (ECON) was mentioned in Georgia Econ Profs Urge Trump to be Careful on Immigration.” Atlanta Journal Constitution, April 14.

FEATURED BLOGS AND COLUMNS

Ian Bogost (LMC) wrote The Real Chaos of Campus Gun Laws.” The Atlantic, May 8.

News

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National Search Announced for Chair of the School of Economics

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Modern Languages Introduces Summer Programs in Senegal and Peru

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Georgia Tech Ranked #14 Best College for Game Design by Animation Career Review

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Faculty News and Distinctions

Cybersecurity and Global Public Policy: Hans Klein Discusses Policy Implications of the WannaCry Attack

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DILAC hosts 2017 Digital Humanities + Design Symposium

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Rubin Presents Research at the Defense Threat Reduction Agency

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Applications Open for NEH Funded Object Lessons Workshops: Current Topics for a General Readership

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Kumar Named to the Inaugural Class of the ACM Future of Computing Academy

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Recent Research on India's Mandate for Panic Buttons in Mobile Devices

Magerko’s LuminAI Project to Display at Smithsonian Creativity and Innovation Festival

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Alumni Focus

Ivan Allen College Alumni Talk about their Careers and Perspectives on Ivan Allen College

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Student Focus

Sam Nunn Security Program Students Brief Military on Disruptive Technology

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Congratulations to Our Newly Commissioned ROTC Officers!

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Nunn School Doctoral Student Adebola Selected for Imperial-TUM Global Fellows Program

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HSTS Doctoral Student Long Awarded Sam Nunn Security Fellowship

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Digital Media Master's Student WIN Toyota Next Generation Mobility Challenge

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EIA Student Part of Team that Takes Second in Ideas to Serve Competition

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Mock Trial Team Places Fourth at 2017 American Mock Trial Association National Championship

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Came from Nothing: Georgia Tech Student Film Tells Inspiring Story of a Life in Sweet Auburn

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Inaugural Exhibition Highlights Work of Freshmen Research Interns

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Georgia Tech Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts forms a vanguard for 21st century liberal arts interdisciplinary research, education, and innovation. Working at a crossroads of engineering, science, and computing, and the humanities and social sciences, faculty and students consider the human implications of technologies, policies, and actions, and create sustainable solutions for a better world. Comprised of six schools, we offer ten undergraduate degrees, seven master's degrees, and six doctoral degrees. Learn More

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