Accenture becomes the first corporate donor to invest in Georgia Tech's Online Master of Science in Cybersecurity. The investment will support the creation of the program while providing professional experiences through internships, full-time employment opportunities, and client project support.
Lawrence Rubin, associate professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, said the year he spent working at the Department of Defense as part of a Council on Foreign Relations Fellowship sponsored by the Stanton Foundation helped give him insight that will help inform his teaching and scholarship.
Madison Kelley didn’t plan to come to Georgia Tech – and she didn’t plan to make a career in the nonprofit sector. But the international affairs major from Morganton, Georgia, is happy to have found both.
The June summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un may have complicated efforts to rid North Korea of nuclear weapons, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs Professor Fei-Ling Wang says in a new paper.
Adriana Alvarado Garcia, a second-year Ph.D. student in the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Literature, Media, and Communication’s Digital Media program, has been selected as a United Nations (UN) data fellow.
Steven Usselman, the new H. Bruce McEver Professor of Engineering and the Liberal Arts, is assembling an advisory group from Georgia Tech’s engineering programs and working to expand his engineering in history course to be more accessible to many more students. Eventually he wants to develop a minor in engineering and the liberal arts.
Drawing on a strong tradition of interdisciplinary education and a student body who knows what it means to work hard, Georgia Tech’s mock trial team — housed in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts — ranks among the nation’s best.
The Georgia Institute of Technology School of Economics has launched a podcast series entitled ‘The Economics Of.’ Hosted by economics advisor Tony Gallego and School of Literature, Media, and Communication graduate Laura Grace Sears, the podcast is a platform for exploring the cutting-edge research of the School’s students and professors.
On 8-11 November 2018, Georgia Tech Lorraine (GTL) and the Center for European and Transatlantic Studies (CETS) presented a series of events to commemorate the centennial of the armistice of the First World War.
Mary G. McDonald has received the Service Excellence Award from the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS). The award recognizes McDonald for service throughout her career to the association, as well the field of the sociology of sport. It was presented during the association’s annual conference in Vancouver this November.
Lauren Renaud, who graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Public Policy from the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Public Policy, recently finished first place in the 30th National Criminal Procedure (Moot Court) Tournament in San Diego, California.
The Georgia Institute of Technology School of Public Policy recently announced that Robbie Ashe, chairman of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) board, will join the School's Board of Advisors.
Dennis Lockhart, distinguished professor of the practice at the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, is devoting much of his time and attention to an effort to kickstart the discussion over infrastructure spending in the United States.
The Georgia Institute of Technology Sam Nunn School of International Affairs has announced two new professors of the practice, Robert Bell and John G. Rice, who will join the School’s distinguished faculty starting in spring 2019.
Adam Stulberg and Lawrence Rubin, professors in the Georgia Institute of Technology Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, gave a presentation on October 25 at the U.S. Department of State about their recently released book, The End of Strategic Stability? Nuclear Weapons and Regional Rivalries.
Omar Asensio has been appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences (JESS), a Springer-Nature journal), the official journal of the newly formed Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS).
Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced that Atlanta and Seattle have been awarded the Bloomberg American Cities Climate Challenge. Georgia Institute of Technology School of Public Policy Regents and Brook Byers Professor of Sustainable Systems Marilyn Brown was instrumental efforts to win the Challenge for Atlanta.
Alan Marco, professor in the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Public Policy, spoke on October 24, 2018 at Federal Trade Commission hearings on “Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century.”
The Sports, Society, and Technology Program deeply examines sports to understand how they influence, and are influenced by, society and new technolgical developments.
Center for Urban Innovation Director Jennifer Clark, Ph.D., an associate professor in the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Public Policy, gave speeches at Seoul National University about her smart cities research. She was invited by Sam Ock Park, professor at Seoul National University.
Two alumni of the Georgia Institute of Technology School of History and Sociology (HSOC) have written a new book that offers a pictorial overview of the Institute’s storied history.
By Michael Pearson
President Donald Trump's announcement that the United States will withdraw from the Treaty on Elimination of Intermediate-Range and Shorter-Range Missiles, or INF Treaty, risks destabilizing international relations, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs faculty said.
Three students from the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts have been selected to be apart of the 2018 Millenium Fellowship, a joint leadership development program of the United Nations Academic Impact and the Millennium Campus Network (MCN).
The Georgia Institute of Technology School of Modern Languages, in collaboration with the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, is launching a groundbreaking suite of master of science programs in language, culture, and media skills, with funding from the GT-FIRE Grant for educational innovation, sponsored by the Offices of the Provost and Executive Vice President for Research (EVPR).
In a special event on September 13, the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Modern Languages welcomed the Japan Foundation to campus for the presentation of $30,000 in funding.
Faculty and students from the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts had a strong presence at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s 10th Annual Diversity Symposium, which was held on Wednesday, September 5th. Events at the symposium explored both the progress made and the challenges that remain in the interrelated areas of academics, health and well-being, and student and community life.