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New Sponsor Funding

C&E Exemplars Research Partner
Co-PI: Kim Isett (Public Policy)
Sponsor: Emory University/Atlanta, GA 
Funding: $19,314

Do the Right Thing: Competing Ethical Frameworks Mediated by Moral Emotions in Human-Robot Interaction
Co-PI: Jason Borenstein (Public Policy)
Sponsor: National Science Foundation (NSF)/General
Funding: $20,521 (Total project $167,934)

New Books by Faculty

What Does Georgia Tech Think?

Selected Press for Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

Margaret Kosal (Nunn School) was quoted in The Navy is Starting to Put Up Real Money for Robot Submarines. The Los Angeles Times, April 19. 

Jin Liu (Mod Lang) was quoted in the article Censorship in a China Studies Journal. Inside Higher Ed, April 19.

Peter Swire (PubPol) was quoted in “21 States to DeVos: Stop Blocking our Efforts to Crack Down on Student-loan Companies.” MarketWatch, April 8. 

Renee Shelby (HSOC) was quoted in “How Redesigning the Speculum Could Help Us Rethink the Rape Kit.” Vice, March 14. 


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John Tone Appointed Interim Dean Beginning September 1

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Kaye Husbands Fealing Reappointed as Public Policy Chair

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humanTech Symposium Identifies Opportunities, Challenges for Humanities at Technological Universities

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Gaming the Future: Nunn School's Innovative Path Gaming and Military Simulation Courses Help Students Learn Complex Political, Military, and Corporate Outcomes

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Ivan Allen College Professors Discuss 'Game of Thrones'

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We Need Notre Dame Cathedral Says Medievalist Richard Utz

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Faculty News

Festschrift on the Work of Bryan Norton Published

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Stulberg and Rubin Present New Book to NATO, Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments

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David Muchlinski and Sarah Birch Receive Frank Cass Award for Best Article

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Donor News

Halle Foundation Donation Supports Graduate Study and Career Education in German Studies

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Faculty and Staff Distinctions

Ivan Allen College Celebrates Faculty and Staff at Spring Luncheon



Will Jimerson Receives the Georgia Tech 2019 Excellence Award

In addition, the story includes a recap of previously announced faculty honorees at the 2019 Georgia Tech Faculty and Staff Honors Luncheon.

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Leslie Ross Selected for NACADA's 2019-2021 Class of Emerging Leaders

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Student Focus

Mario Bianchini Awarded Fulbright Fellowship for Dissertation Research

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Alice Clifton Accepted to Huntington Summer Institute

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Ivan Allen College Students Recognized at Two Annual Awards Celebrations

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Ivan Allen College Students Awarded at UROP Symposium

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SST Funds Students to Attend MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference

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Ivan Allen College Career Roundup

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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, thirteen master's degrees, and six doctoral degrees. Learn More

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