Kaye Husbands Fealing has been reappointed for another five year term as chair of the School of Public Policy.
William “Alex” Emken and Sarah Moore, both fourth-year International Affairs major students, were recognized this past April 9 at the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) Spring Symposium for their research completed in the INTA 4500 International Affairs Pro-Seminar course.
On, April 16, 2019, an array of faculty and staff from the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts were awarded for their accomplishments, service, and research contributions at the Spring Faculty and Staff Recognition Luncheon.
Nationwide, student enrollment in the humanities are on the decline. Not so at Georgia Tech.
Richard Utz, professor and chair in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication will be closely watching efforts to rebuild the fire-ravaged cathedral.
Leslie Ross, academic program manager I in the Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Public Policy, has been named by NACADA – The Global Community for Academic Advising – as one of ten selected from an international pool of applicants to to be apart of its 2019-2021 Class of Emerging Leaders.
Mario Bianchini, a doctoral candidate in the Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of History and Sociology (HSOC), has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Fellowship to conduct research in Germany on his dissertation entitled “Modeling a Technological Future: Culture and Technological Imagination in East Germany, 1945-1990.”
Morissa Chen and Ilesh Jain, two Industrial Engineering undergraduates enrolled in the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Sports, Society, and Technology (SST) minor, recently attended the influential MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference thanks to funding from Julius C. “Bud” Shaw Professor Johnny Smith.
Two professors from the University of Texas at Austin and Arizona State University in Tempe have honored his influential thought and legacy by compiling the first festschrift of Norton's work, which was recently published by Springer International.
ATLANTA– The Atlanta Global Studies Center (AGSC), a partnership of Georgia State University and the Georgia Institute of Technology, is hosting the first annual Atlanta Global Studies Symposium, April 25-27 on the campus of Georgia Tech.
The theme of the symposium is “The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in Education, Research, and Community Engagement.”
The Georgia Institute of Technology announced that its Digital Integrative Liberal Arts Center (DILAC) has received a 3-year, $1.5 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to continue and expand its innovative work in the digital humanities.
The Georgia Tech Faculty Honors Committee has awarded the Class of 1934 Outstanding Service Award to Karen Head, executive director of the Naugle Communication Center and the associate chair and associate professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC).
The Ivan Allen College has a strong presence at the Georgia State Capitol again this legislative session with 10 undergraduates from the College participating in this year’s Georgia Legislative Internsip Program (GLIP), a full-time, paid internship that runs throughout the state legislative session.
The Center for the Study of Women, Science, and Techology and its faculty its faculty organizers have played key roles in inspiring Georgia Tech’s learning communities, the Institute’s first undergraduate student-faculty research program, the WST Distinguished Lecture, and in Georgia Tech’s participation in the National Science Foundation’s ADVANCE Institutional Transformation program.
On Tuesday, March 5, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts students attended the Georgia Institute of Technology’s liberal arts career fair, which included prominent employers such as Delta Air Lines, SunTrust Bank, The Carter Center, AKQA Atlanta, Hannon Hill, and Infosys.
Georgia Institute of Technology School of History and Sociology Professor Kristie Macrakis was interviewed for the Smithsonian Channel documentary on KGB technological espionage.
Two Public Policy majors are among the twenty three Georgia Tech students selected for the second class of Sustainable Undergraduate Research Fellows (SURF). They are Elizabeth Krakovski and Christi Nakajima.
Dr. Adam Stulberg, senior faculty in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, has been named chair of the school. He succeeds Joseph Bankoff who steps down this spring after seven years in the role. Stulberg will begin his appointment in July 2019.
The Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts family convened at the Historic Academy of Medicine on March 12 to celebrate the substantial contributions of our alumni, students, friends, and faculty. This was an evening with good friends and food, and inspiring reflections from presenters and recipients of our Distinguished Alumni Awards.
Five Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts faculty were name to the first cohort of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Faculty Fellows by Georgia Tech's Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain (SLS).
Health communications specialist and Georgia Institute School of Technology School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC) alumna Susan J. Robinson has joined the School's Advisory Board. Robinson graduated from the Institute in 2016 with a Ph.D. from the Digital Media program, where she worked as a visiting researcher from 2016-2018.
The Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Public Policy moved up another four spots in the U.S. News & World Report latest rankings of the nation’s best graduate programs, with three specializations appearing in the top 20.
The team notched 3 bids to the ORCS tournament for the first time ever.
As many around the world celebrate International Women’s Day on Friday, March 8, Georgia Tech Associate Professor Michael Best will speak at the United Nations next week during the formal release of a research report by the EQUALS Global Partnership, a coalition of more than 90 partners from government, industry, and academia that he co-founded in 2015.
On Saturday, February 23, more than 60 students from different institutes across the Southeast gathered for a one-day simulation. The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology hosted the Korean Peninsula Nuclear Security Simulation Conference sponsored by the Daisy Alliance.
On March 1, the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and the Atlanta Global Studies Center (AGSC) hosted its first Pizza, Policy, and International Affairs of the semester. The speaker for this town hall was Senator Sam Nunn, the Nunn School's distinguished professor, and namesake.
One year after its successful launch, the Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon will return to the Georgia Institute of Technology on March 9, 2019.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is launching a new Master of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Management (MSEEM) — the only graduate degree in Georgia fully dedicated to sustainability issues.
Wilson’s research examines hip-hop and what it says about the world we live in. A pioneer of hip-hop education as a practice, she uses it to address issues of civic engagement, race, and politics and to inspire future leaders in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Students in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts celebrated Valentine’s Day at a lunch and listen session with Dean Jacqueline Royster during which gave feedback on how the College can become a more supportive learning environment.
Joshua A. Fisher, a Ph.D. student in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, created an app that was used as part of The Safety Show, a 2019 presentation of DramaTech. The app allowed audience members to view augmented reality versions of performers and scenery in the show.
Georgia Tech’s Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts announces the honorees for its 2019 Distinguished Alumni Awards, which will be held the evening of March 12. Among those to be feted are long-time supporters of the College, L. Reed Catlett and John M. Stern of the B and B Stern Foundation.
The original system for doling out addresses on the internet, long believed destined for replacement amid an explosion in demand, is now likely to survive indefinitely alongside a newer, more capable standard, according to a major new study published Feb. 20, 2019, by the Georgia Institute of Technology's Internet Governance Project.
Col. Stephen C. Hall, a 1967 alumnus of the Georgia Institute of Technology's Industrial Management program and prominent philanthropist for the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, was recently appointed as adjunct distinguished professor of the practice in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC).
Adriana Alvarado Garcia, a second-year Ph.D. student in the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Literature, Media, and Communication’s (LMC) Digital Media program, recently attended the inaugural workshop of the United Nations (UN) Global Pulse Data Fellows initiative. LMC is a unit of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts.
Two members of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts community have been appointed by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia to the Georgia Tech Presidential Search Committee. The are Richard Barke, associate professor and director of undergraduate studies for the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Public Policy, and Evan Gillon, a Public Policy undergraduate and president of the Undergraduate Student Government Association.
Kaye Husbands Fealing, chair of the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Public Policy, recently gave a presentation entitled “Diversity in the Science Policy Profession: Disparities & Influence” at the National Heart, Lung, & Blood Institute on February 7.
The students from LMC 3308: Environmentalism and Ecocriticism are memorializing a fallen tree in an exhibit at Clough Commons.
After nine years of service as dean of the Georgia Institute of Technology Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, Jacqueline J. Royster will step down from the role on August 31, 2019. She will remain on campus the following year, working on her research projects, and then retire at the end of August 2020.
Mobile phones are increasingly more accessible by people with disabilities, but significant gaps remain, according to a newly published study from the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center for Wireless Inclusive Technologies (Wireless RERC) at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
A growing volume of information from satellites and other sources is leading many federal agencies to consider commercial cloud services to store and distribute the data. A policy paper published February 7 in the journal Science urges caution about the design of these commercial cloud partnerships and possible imposition of user fees.
The proposal for a “Green New Deal” to achieve a net of zero greenhouse gas emissions in the United States within a decade might be feasible, but would have insufficient impact on climate change so long as U.S. energy producers continued to export coal, oil, and gas around the world, according to leading energy expert Marilyn Brown of the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Jenna McGrath, who graduated in December 2018 with a Ph.D. in Public Policy, modeled attacks on a generic substation using software typically used for war gaming and found that concrete and armored transformers may more than high-tech solutions at preventing damage.
Jason Borenstein, an academic professional in the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Public Policy, and Daniel Schiff, a Ph.D. student in the School, wrote an article about the potential harms from artificial intelligence (AI) surgical devices that was recently published in the AMA Journal of Ethics.
On January 7-8, Georgia Institute of Technology students attended the annual National Science Foundation (NSF) CyberCorps Symposium and Job Fair in Washington, D.C.
Seymour Goodman, regents professor in the Georgia Tech Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, led the students to the annual cybersecurity symposium, which he has done for previous groups of Georgia Tech students since 2003.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms recently announced two high-level appointments for the City of Atlanta, which included the appointment of Georgia Institute of Technology School of Public Policy graduate Fatimot Ladipo as director of intergovernmental affairs.
The Atlanta Economics Club (AEC) recently named Georgia Institute of Technology School of Economics graduate student Fernanda Arcaraz and undergraduate student Celine Apollon Joseph K Heyman 2019 Scholarship recipients.