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NEW BOOKS BY FACULTY

Animating the Science Fiction Imagination by J.P. Telotte (LMC). Oxford University Press (2017).

Triangular Diplomacy Among the United States, the European Union, and the Russian Federation by Vicki L. Birchfield and Alasdair R. Young (Nunn School). Palgrave Macmillan (2018).

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Selected Press for Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

Staff Assistant ‘Lived to Serve Others,’ Says Former Senator” remembered former Nunn School employee, Angela Levin. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, November 4.

Dina Khapaeva’s (ModLangs) book was the subject of Nightmare Consumption: on Dina Khapaeva’s The Celebration of Death in Contemporary Culture.’” Los Angeles Review of Books, October 31. 

John Krige (HSOC) wrote “Why the FBI Is on Your Campus The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 16.

Rachel Whitlark (LMC) wrote “The Iran Nuclear Deal Isn’t So Great for Iran.” The Washington Post, October 13.

Marilyn Brown (PubPol) was quoted in Climate Change Will Always Hurt Poor People the Most. Gizmodo, October 11. 

Lisa Yasek (LMC) was interviewed in Why Sexy Robots in Sci-Fi Will Never Die, Literally and Figuratively.” Inverse, October 6. 

Janet Murray (LMC) was quoted in “Tech Leaders Show Off Growth in Atlanta Industry.” CBS News, October 5. 

Jennifer Clark (PubPol) was quoted in “Uber to Launch ‘Uber Movement’ in Atlanta.” WABE, October 6.

Juan Carlos Rodriguez (ModLang) was interviewed in “Disaster Relief and Colonial Politics Through the Eyes of Puerto Rican-Georgians.” GPB News, October 3.

Jennifer Clark (PubPol) was quoted in Uber to Roll Out Service to Help Atlanta Tackle Traffic Congestion.” The Atlanta Business Chronicle, October 2.

Johnny Smith (SST) wrote “Vince Lombardi Would be Proud.” Slate, September 30. 

Blogs and Columns

Why Is the U.S. in Niger? coauthored by Nunn School faculty Jenna JordanMargaret E. Kosal and Larry Rubin for the Georgia Tech Experts Blog, October 25.

What “Jurisdiction” Does ICANN Belong To? Internet Governance Project Blog. November 7.

Interview with Fei-Ling Wang (Nunn School) discussed his new book The China Order (Suny Press, 2017). Voice of America Chinese, October 10, 2017

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100 Years of ROTC at Georgia Tech

2017 marks Georgia Tech's 100th year of training the nations top military leaders. Read about the birth of the Reserve OfficersTraining Corps (ROTC) at Tech, notable Tech ROTC alumni, an historic photo essay, and commentary from ROTC commanders and students who are shaping our future military. The ROTC are units of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts.  A focal point for celebrating ROTC 100 is the Georgia Tech vs. Virginia Tech game on November 11.

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Recharge at the Ivan Allen College Rejuvenation Station!

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Schneer Addresses British Academy on Centenary of Balfour Declaration

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Faculty Distinctions

Brown Named Regents Professor by USG Board of Regents; Mitchell Reappointed as Regents Researcher

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Four from Ivan Allen Among the 2017 Faces of Inclusive Excellence

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Featured Research

Levine Study Shows International Patients Increasingly Seek In Vitro Fertilization Treatment in U.S.

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Neuroscience and Neurotechnology at Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech researchers, scientists, and students are creating the next breakthroughs in understanding this complex system, treatments of neurological diseases and injuries, and tools to improve neural function. Research by Nunn School Professor Margaret E. Kosal highlights the importance of balancing innovation and security in neuroscience.

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Astrobiology Rising at Georgia Tech

What will a coalescing community of Tech researchers, including Ivan Allen College Professor Kenneth J. Knoespel, discover about life in the cosmos?

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Who Is Helping After Hurricane Harvey? Scott Ganz Examines Charitable Responses

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Georgia Tech Hosts 7th Biennial Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy

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Center for Advanced Communications Policy Achieves Highest Score for RERC

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German Day Bring Together Georgia Tech Communities

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RECENT DIALOGUES

Sports, Society, and Technology Program Hosts Olympic Pride, American Prejudice Screening and Panel

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Working Group on Race and Racism Hosts Public Dialogue on the Health Impacts of Mass Incarceration

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Our Community

National Arts Club in New York City Hosts Evening Showcasing Bruce McEver and His Newest Book of Poetry

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College Welcomes Students and Parents for Family Weekend 2017

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Ivan Allen Homecoming Alumni Events!

More than 100 alumni and friends reunited for the Ivan Allen Homecoming Tailgate on the porch of Old CE prior to the Georgia Tech vs. Wake Forest football game. Check out our photo album on Flickr as well as Homecoming gatherings in our schools.

Ivan Allen  Tailgate

LMC Open House

Economics Reception

Nunn School Happy Hour

Stay Connected through Our Newest Social Media Streams: Instagram and a Research-Focused Twitter Stream

Stay connected with the dynamic world of liberal arts at Georgia Tech! Weve launched on two additional social media platforms: Instagram @IvanAllenCollege, and a second Twitter stream that is dedicated to research-focused content @IvanAllenGT, accessed via the gold icon on our website. Our classic blue Twitter icon continues with news of Ivan Allen campus life. Check us out on your favorite social media platform via the icons, always located on the upper left of this newsletter or on www.iac.gatech.edu. 

Student Focus

Schmid and Huang Published in ‘International Studies Quarterly’

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Two Ivan Allen College Students Receive GVU Foley Scholar Awards

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Career Roundup

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FAREWELLS

Remembering Nunn School Colleague Angie Levin

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Hidden Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

College Buildings Featured in Hidden Georgia Tech

Enjoy this issue of Hidden Georgia Tech which highlights architectural details on campus buildings including the Marion L. Brittain Dining Hall, the Swann Building (home to Modern Languages), and the Naval Armory Gates (pictured above) by sculptor Julian H. Harris (ARCH 1928) which are displayed in the Stephen C. Hall Building.

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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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