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Selected Press for Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

“How Is Higher Ed Helping To Close The Global Knowledge Gap?” interviewed Nelson Baker of Professonal Education about Georgia Tech’s new online master of science in cybersecurity. Forbes, December 12. 

Robert Rosenberger (Public Policy) was referenced in “How Facebook and Instagram Became as Addictive as Painkillers.” CNET, December 7. 

Susana Morris (LMC) was quoted in “What Our Science Fiction Says About Us.” BBC, December 3.

Richard Utz (LMC) was quoted in “How Colleges Are Helping Retool the Labor Force in the Age of AI.” Forbes, November 29.

Lisa Yaszek (LMC) was interviewed about her new book, The Future is Female!, in “Women Writing Scientifiction in the 1930s.” Wired, November 28. The Future is Female! was also written about by Boingboing, Chicago Tribune, and Marie Claire.

Blogs and Columns

Ian Bogost (LMC) wrote “How Ted Lieu Became Google’s Accidental Champion” for The Atlantic,  December 12.

Ian Bogost (LMC) wrote “What It Really Means to Be the Adult in the Room.” The Atlantic, November 30.

Claire Greenstein (Nunn School) wrote “How Far Has Germany Actually Moved to the Right?” New America, November 8.


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2017-2018 Impact Report Provides a View to the Future

Our Impact Report, “Building A Better World,” recaps how we are advancing our strategy through new programs, achievements, and research, locally and globally. Stop by the dean’s office in Savant building to pick up a copy, or view it online.

Impact Report 2017-2018

Mark Your Calendar for Our Fifth Annual Distinguished Alumni Awards on Tuesday, March 12!

A networking reception with buffet dinner will be followed by a very inspirational awards program. Join us as we present the Dean's Appreciation Award, honor accomplished alumni from each of our six schools and the faculty, graduate, and undergraduate recipients of the Ivan Allen Jr Legacy Awards. Honorees will be announced in January.


Accenture Security to Invest $500,000 in Georgia Tech's OMS Cybersecurity Program

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Eric Schatzberg Illuminates the Art and Science of ‘Technology’

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Fei-Ling Wang Assesses China’s Role in Stemming North Korea’s Nuclear Program

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Lawrence Rubin on How a Year at the Department of Defense Shaped His Worldview

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Faculty Distinctions

Diana Hicks Named AAAS Fellow

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Lauren Klein Awarded NEH-Mellon Foundation Fellowship

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upcoming retirements

Danny Boston to Retire After 33 Years at Georgia Tech

Boston, sixth from the right, with current and past students who came together for his final class. 

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CACP Founding Director Helena Mitchell to Step Down after 21 Transformative Years

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Alumni and Student Spotlight

Prospective Students! Register for a Liberal Arts Campus Tour and Information Session

The Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts invites prospective students to join our Student Ambassadors for an exclusive campus tour and information session. This session will provide insights about each of our degree programs, as well as a first hand look at what it’s like to be a liberal arts student at Georgia Tech.

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LMC's 2018 Bash

The School of Literature, Media, and Communication held their annual bash where alumni, faculty, staff, and current students reflected on how the school contributed to their careers and personal development. 


DM Alumna Ayoka Chenzira's Film Selected for National Register

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Nunn School Alumnus Latham Saddler Selected for Prestigious White House Fellowship

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DM Alumna Nettrice Gaskins Joins LMC Advisory Board

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Atlanta Developer Gene Kansas Joins LMC Advisory Board

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Alumni Spotlight - Maggie Kelley (BS PUBP 2018)

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Digital Media Ph.D. Student Adriana Alvarado Garcia Named United Nations Data Fellow

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

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