Jillann Hertel, an academic professional in the Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication, has won Georgia Tech’s Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) 2017 Innovation in Co-curricular Education Award.
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Multiple grants have helped develop fields of research into how technology can assist detection and, perhaps, treatment of problem behaviors associated with autism.
New technique allows users to control a remote robot by pointing and clicking on a screen.
Nassim JafariNaimi and Jenna Jordan have been awarded the 2017 CTL/BP Junior Faculty Teach Excellence A
An event showcasing Interactive works, computational music installations, and tech-augmented performance from the Tech Arts Practicum (TAP) Studio at Georgia Tech
To inform ongoing work relating to provincial science policy, the Alberta Government asked the Council of Canadian Academies to convene an expert workshop to identify key considerations for science policies relevant to subnational jurisdictions.
An interactive visualization created by the Information Interfaces Research Groups shows just how few draftees make it long-term in the NFL.
The CoLab, a studio space run by the Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC), is a new outlet for career development that provides students with guidance, resources, and work opportunities.
The Center for European and Transatlantic Studies, the Institute for Information Security & Privacy at Georgia Tech, and the Scheller College of Business hosted a one-day conference about transatlantic mutual legal assistance.
Lawrence Rubin, a professor in the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, presented at the Naval War College’s annual “Sea Control and Foreign Policy” symposium on April 5, 2017.
School of Interactive Professor and Associate Chair Amy Bruckman will serve as interim chair upon the completion of Annie Antón's five years of service.
Jennifer Clark, an associate professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy, presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG), which was held in Boston from April 5 - 9, 2017.
Panel Discussion on the past and future of the “One China” Policy
The Future of India-US Relations: A Discussion with Ambassador Singh
The RoboJackets are a five-team robotics organization with membership over 200 at Georgia Tech.
The Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts co-hosted “Resilient Atlanta: New Perspectives on the Civil War and Its Aftermath,” a symposium examining Atlanta’s post-Civil War economic and social recovery, on March 30, 2017.
Six students from the Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy were recognized at Georgia Tech’s 23rd annual Tower Awards on April 6, 2017 at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center.
Sociological research of autism seeks to understand the study and treatment of the disease in its social, cultural, and political context.
Jennifer S. Singh sets out to discover how autism emerged as a genetic disorder and how this affects those who study autism and those who live with it.
As National Robotics Week is set to begin, one of Georgia Tech's Ph.D. students is helping teach robots vital reasoning skills.
Milton Mueller, a professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy, presented at the Centre for European Policy Studies in Brussels on April 29, 2017.
Race, Class and Religion/ Race, Racism and the Middle ages by Richard Utz
Richard Utz, chair and professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication, recently published an article on the blog The Public Medievalist.
Rebecca Burnett, a professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC), and Jillann Hertel, an academic professional in LMC, received awards at Georgia Tech’s 2017 Women’s Leadership Conference.
More than 100 attended the launch of Georgia Tech's Institute for Data Engineering and Science.
The Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts welcomed its largest ever cohort for Shadow Day. Ninety-one students and 114 parents from eight states attend
Yu Tao, an associate professor of sociology at Stevens Institute of Technology and alumna of the Ivan Allen College School of History and Sociology, was invited by the National Academies to give a talk onNational Science Foundation (NSF) data at a worksho
Sam Nunn, a distinguished professor in the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, is stepping down as CEO of the Nuclear Threat Initiative, Former U.S. Secretary of Energy Moniz has been Named CEO
Stuart Goldberg, associate professor of Russian in the Ivan Allen College School of Modern Languages, has been awarded a fellowship by the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS).
Kirk Bowman, a professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, presented his film Bad and the Birdieman at the 41st Atlanta Film Festival on March 25, 2017.
Georgia Tech’s Mock Trial (GTMT) “A” team finished in first place at the Decatur Opening Round Championship Series Tournament, which was held March 17 - 19, 2017 at the DeKalb County Courthouse.
Ivan Allen College Announces MOU with Woosong University’s New Endicott College, Named for Nunn School Professor Emeritus
Georgia Tech’s global footprint took another step forward this month with Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Dean Jacqueline J. Royster announcing a Memorandum of Understanding with Woosong University’s new Endicott College of International Studies locate
On March 21, 2017, General Philip Breedlove testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee on U.S. Policy and Strategy in Europe. In his testimony, he discussed US-Russian relations.
IC Ph.D. student Katie Cunningham receives NSF fellowship for work in computing education.
The cocktail reception commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Nunn School was generously hosted by David Cooper (INTA 1996) and Maranda Smith.
Georgia Tech Center for Urban Innovation Director Emphasizes Role of Research Universities in Smart Communities Innovation in Congressional Testimony
Jennifer Clark, the director of Georgia Tech’s Center for Urban Innovation, testified on Thursday, March 16, 2017 before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee.
The 2017 Winners of the Guthman Musical Instrument Competition
Students from Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts can enhance their studies with a semester at Georgia Tech-Lorraine in the heart of Europe.
CPR+ is one of six finalists for the 2017 InVenture Prize
Public Policy Ranked 45th Overall Best Graduate School in Public Affairs by U.S. News & World Report, #2 in IT Management
The Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy at Georgia tech has been ranked #45 on the U.S. News & World Report list of Best Graduate Schools in Public Affairs for the second straight year.
Congratulations to General Philip Breedlove, USAF (Ret) and Admiral James “Sandy” Winnefeld, USN (Ret)
Juan Rodriguez, an associate professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Modern Languages, has been selected to join the New Voices Global Advisory Panel organized by the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC).
The Georgia Tech Alumni Association’s Ivan Allen College Affinity Group hosted a meetup event during a men’s basketball home game against the University of Pittsburgh on February 28, 2017.
Writing and Communication Program Hosts Banneker High School Students for Campus Tour, Sample Class Session
Georgia Tech’s Writing and Communication Program welcomed 43 Banneker High School Advanced Placement English students and their teachers on February 28, 2017 to attend class, meet students and faculty, and tour the Georgia Tech campus.
Shatakshee Dhongde, an assistant professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Economics, has been selected by the Georgia Tech Faculty Honors Committee as one of two recipients of the 2017 Junior Faculty Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentor Award.
Jon Eisen graduated with a degree in Applied Mathematics, but a minor in Computer Science has helped improve his versatility.
Computer Scientist Richard Karp will present this year’s Alberto Apostolico Memorial Lecture.
Kate Pride Brown, an assistant professor in the Ivan Allen College School of History and Sociology, is the winner of the 2016 Routledge Social Movement Studies Best Article Prize.
GT Computing faculty are heading to SXSW 2017 for a series of workshops and panels.
Jacqueline Royster, dean of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, was named to the Advisory Council of the newly formed Endicott College of International Studies at Woosong University in Korea.
On February 28 the Consuls General of France, Germany and Ireland discussed their countries’ approaches to the up-coming negotiations surrounding the UK’s departure from the EU.
School of Interactive Computing Associate Professor Karen Liu is the second faculty member to earn a Google Research Faculty Award.
We invite Ivan Allen College alumni, faculty, staff, and special guests to join us at the Historic Academy of Medicine on April 12, 2017, for a networking reception and the presentation of the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Awards.
Mary Frank Fox, ADVANCE Professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy, has been elected to the Electorate Nominating Committee of the Section on Social, Economic, and Political Sciences of the AAAS.
Janet Murray and Ian Bogost, professors in the Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication, have been elected to the inaugural cohort of The Higher Education Video Game Alliance (HEVGA) Fellows program.
Assistant Professor Yanni Loukissas and Associate Professor Anne Pollock, faculty in the Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication, explored the impact of the 2016 U.S. presidential election on big data research in a new article.
Willie Pearson Jr.’s groundbreaking 2015 book, "Changing the Face of Engineering: The African American Experience," is the culmination of a conversation that took place nearly 25 years ago.
Assistant Professors Dhruv Batra and Devi Parikh earned the Young Investigator award from the Office of Naval Research and a Google Research Faculty Award, respectively.
Georgia Tech computing faculty, students and alumni will play a central part in the Association for Computing Machinery’s Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing in Portland, Ore., Feb. 27 – March 1.
British Consul General Jeremy Pilmore-Bedford presented the British governments approach to the Brexit negotiations.
Thad Starner named to prestigious CHI Academy.
China Research Center Comes to School of History and Sociology at Georgia Tech
Yeiryun Park, an Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies (ALIS) major in the Ivan Allen College School of Modern Languages, was on of two Georgia Tech students selected to receive Chinese Government Full Scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year.
A new exhibit at the Museum of Design Atlanta features projects from the Public Design Workshop, a design research studio led by Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication Associate Professor Carl DiSalvo.
Ivan Allen College Brittain Fellow Monica Miller writes that social media’s strength for scholars lies in its ability to extend our reach.
Graduate students from the Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy helped organize Georgia Tech Energy Club’s 2017 Energy Expo, which was held on February 9 – 10, 2017.
Cross-disciplinary energy projects focus on the intersection of the physical and digital worlds.
Dhongde Presents Research on Multidimensional Deprivation at Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation of Atlanta
Shatakshee Dhongde, an assistant professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Economics, presented her research at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation of Atlanta on February 14, 2017.
Thomas “Danny” Boston, a professor in the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, wrote an article on low-income housing that was published in the December 2016 issue of the City & Community journal.
An article by Jon Schmid, a doctoral student in the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, was published in the 2017 issue of the journal Defence and Peace Economics.
Georgia Tech researchers have determined that attitudes expressed on social media can predict dieting success.
Philip Shapira convened a panel to discuss this new ‘Industrial Revolution’ at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s annual meeting in Boston, which was held on February 19, 2017.
Kaye Husbands Fealing, professor and chair in the Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy, participated in a panel entitled “How to Grow a Scientist” that was held at Brown University on February 15, 2017.
The former president and first lady are the first couple to receive the prize honoring those working to improve the human condition.
Stulberg Publishes Article in "Energy Research & Social Science"
The fifth annual Ivan Allen College Career, Research, and Innovation Development Conference (CRIDC) was held January 27, 2017, at the Stephen C. Hall Building.
Andy Quitmeyer may single-handedly reinvent what it means to “rough it” in studies of digital media.
Yin Li, a doctoral student with Georgia Tech’s School of Public Policy, has been awarded a scholarship in a prestigious annual award program from the Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC).
Jennifer Clark, an associate professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy, is a recipient of funding from the Institute for People and Technology’s (IPaT) Smart and Connected Communities Data Pilot Grant program.
Jennifer Clark, an associate professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy, was elected to the American Association of Geographers' (AAG) Nominating Committee, one of only two nationally elected committees within the AAG.
Lauren Wilcox was awarded $553,000 for research from an NSF CAREER Award.
Three Georgia Tech students head to the RSA® Conference as 'Security Scholars' to broaden their research.
A GT Computing team has won the grand prize in an annual contest for open source software.
Renowned and acclaimed poet Thomas Lux who has anchored Poetry@TECH at the Georgia Institute of Technology for 15 years, died February 5 after a lengthy illness.
Poetry, Georgia Tech communities lose an icon with the death of Thomas Lux.
Professor Lisa Yaszek's book Sisters of Tomorrow received Susan Koppelman Award for the Best Anthology in Feminist Studies from the Popular Culture Association / American Culture Association
Professor Lisa Yaszek's new book, Sisters of Tomorrow: The First Women of Science Fiction was recently selected for the PCA/ACA recognition
LMC Professor Krystina Madej gave a talk at the GVU Brown Bag about her new book Physical Play and Children's Digital Games
GVU Presentation: Physical Play and Children's Digital Games
An informal weekly discussion about science fiction and fantasy
A new project led by Georgia Tech Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts dean, Jacqueline Royster, is revitalizing Atlanta places and people whose stories might otherwise be lost from public memory.
School of Interactive Computing Ph.D. student Michaelanne Dye earned a prestigious Microsoft Research fellowship.
Ten members of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts have been selected to receive the Class of 1940 Course Survey Teaching Effectiveness Award for the 2015 - 2016 academic year.
Georgia Tech’s Mock Trial (GTMT) “A” team finished in first place at the 2nd Annual Seminole Smackdown Invitational, which was held January 28 - 29 at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida.
Interactive Computing professor Frank Dellaert is being recognized at AAAI 2017 for his work on the Monte Carlo Localization algorithm.
School of Modern Languages Seeks Applicants to Global Languages, Cultures, and Technologies (GLACT) Postdoctoral Program
The Ivan Allen College School of Modern Languages at the Georgia Institute of Technology seeks six post-doctoral students with training in modern languages for the newly instituted Global Languages, Cultures, and Technologies postdoctoral program.
Words of millions of people on social media have considerable information about an event’s credibility
Two assistant professors in the School of Interactive Computing were awarded $100,000 in Amazon Academic Research Awards funds.
Associate Professor Carl DiSalvo and Assistant Professor Chris Le Dantec, faculty in the Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication, have received research funding from the IPaT Smart and Connected Communities grant program.
College of Computing researchers control smartwatches with breaths and taps.
Richard Utz - LMC chair published an article on "The Diversity Question in Administrative-Job Interviews"
Published an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education, entitled "The Diversity Question in Administrative-Job Interviews.
The Outkast Imagination: Designing Civic Engagement, Fostering Educational Innovation Through VR Storytelling and Curation" at VR Day Atlanta.
Kirk Bowman, the Jon R. Wilcox Term Professor in Soccer and Global Politics in the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, will be featured as the Georgia Power Professor of Excellence
The former president and first lady are the first couple to receive the Georgia Tech award.
Richard Utz, LMC Professor & Chair published a book chapter "Beyond Sherwood: Robin Hood's Global Appeal" in Alte Helden
"Beyond Sherwood: Robin Hood’s Global Appeal." In: Alte Helden – Neue Zeiten. Ed. A. Schindler. Würzburg: Köngshausen & Neumann, 2017.
A team of researchers found that, for many adolescents, online personal health records are expected as an active component of their health care.
Jennifer Clark, an associate professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy, has been elected chair of the American Association of Geographers Economic Geography Specialty Group for the January 2017 to December 2018 term.
Prospective graduate students visited GT Computing as part of Georgia Tech's annual Focus Scholars Program.
Some graduate programs in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts at Georgia Tech are still accepting applications for admission in 2017-2018.
Join scholars from History and Sociology and Digital Media for a conversation and project presentations about exploring and reimagining the archives of technology.
The History and Sociology Club will meet on Thursday, January 19th.
Lisa Yaszek, associate chair and professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication, was interviewed on Georgia Public Broadcasting’s program On Second Thought on January 11, 2017.
Human-Computer Interaction master's student and College of Computing instructor Kantwon Rogers is aiming to make an impact in the field of education technology.
Brittain Fellow Amy K. King's essay recently appeared in the spring 2016 issue of _south: a scholarly journal
Published in a special issue about the contemporary resonances of the late Patricia Yaeger's work, "Circling Back and Expanding Beyond" reconsiders comparative methodologies for hemispheric American studies.
WCA Tutor Awards recognize leadership, commitment, and overall excellence of individuals working in an SWCA writing center.
Richard Utz analyses the semantic, institutional, and sociopolitical history of the relationship between medieval studies and medievalism.
Margaret Kosal, an associate professor in the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, participated in a workshop entitled “Dual Use Research of Concern: Options for Future Management” at the National Academies.
Four faculty members from the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs were published in the winter 2017 issue of The Washington Quarterly.
The December 2016 panel on “21st Century Liberal Arts” from the Ivan Allen College’s Innovation and Collaboration in Liberal Arts, Science, and Technology (ICLAST) speaker series has been added to Georgia Tech’s SMARTech repository.
A class on artificial intelligence will again include non-human teaching assistants.
Kaye Husbands Fealing, professor and chair in the Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy at Georgia Tech was elected to the Board of Directors of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Public policy doctoral students Seokbeom Kwon and Seokkyun Joshua Woo have been awarded a prestigious joint fellowship from the Science and Technology Policy Institute (STEPI) of Korea.
Three Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts faculty are among the inaugural group of the provost’s Teaching and Learning Fellows
LMC announced inaugural Advisory Board members Lester Tate, an attorney and Georgia Tech alumnus (Industrial Management 1982), and Kathleen Goonan, the acclaimed science fiction author who has served as a professor of the practice in LMC.
109 candidates in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts received their degrees the weekend of December 18, 2016.
Neil Prasad, a public policy major passed away on Friday, December 9, 2016
Birchfield Is Invited Participant at Open Government Partnership Global Summit Hosted by French Government
Nunn School international affairs professor Vicki Birchfield highlighted how the digital revolution is impacting higher education and the role that research and education play in fostering social and political inclusion.
The Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts is once again sponsoring Georgia Tech’s annual commemoration of the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr.
Shekinah Hall, a second year Public Policy major, has been awarded a prestigious walk-on Stamps President's Scholarship for the remainder of her time at Georgia Tech.
Richard Barke has been selected to be in the Inaugural Group of Provost Teaching and Learning Fellows, part of the Center for Teaching and Learning here at Georgia Tech.
Lindsey Ploussard (Public Policy, Class of 2018) was selected as a recipient of the competitive Federal Jackets Fellowship and will work for Representative John Lewis in DC during Spring 2017.
A Georgia Tech couple are dedicated to growing diversity in computer science education.
A musical, interactive tabletop teaches the basics of computer coding.
Kathleen Goonan, a professor of the practice in the Ivan Allen College of Literature, Media, and Communication, will join the LMC Advisory Board.
General Philip Breedlove, a distinguished professor in the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, discussed strategies for international dialogue and diplomacy during a talk held on November 28, 2016.
Members of the Georgia Tech community are sharing their personal stories through Transformative Narratives, a traveling exhibit that was first debuted at the Eighth Annual Diversity Symposium in September.
LMC Professor and Chair Richard Utz recently published an essay, "Residual Medievalisms: Historical Pageants in Eastern Bavaria," in The Year's Work in Medievalism 31
The essay follows traces of Weimar Republic and Third Reich medievalism in open air pageants in the Upper Palatinate (Oberpfalz) region in Bavaria.
Founded in 1990, the Ivan Allen College’s School of International Affairs was renamed in 1996 in honor of U.S. Senator Sam Nunn, who represented Georgians in Congress for more than two decades.
A new visualization technique from the Georgia Institute of Technology could help users end the time-consuming habit of continually checking social media streams and endless updates.
Analysis of 2016 AP Computer Science Testing Reveals Ongoing Need for Qualified High School Teachers
Despite improvement, results of the 2016 AP CS A test show more high school teachers are needed.
Laura Powell will be clerking for Judge Gregory Sleet on the Delaware District Court and then with Judge Evan Wallach on the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington, DC for 2018-2020.
Rachel Dean-Ruzicka,WCP Instructor published her first monograph, Tolerance Discourse and Young Adult Holocaust Literature: Engaging Difference and Identity
In her new book, Writing and Communication Program Instructor Rachel Dean-Ruzicka asks what, exactly, does one mean when idealizing tolerance as a solution to cultural conflict?
The White House highlights EarSketch, a Georgia Tech project that teaches coding to diverse audiences through music.
The Ivan Allen College’s Digital Integrative Liberal Arts Center (DILAC) will be featured in an upcoming “Wednesday’s Child” segment on Fox 5 Atlanta.
Annie Antón, professor and chair of the School of Interactive Computing, served on the Commission on Enhancing National Security.
The White House highlights EarSketch, a Georgia Tech project that teaches coding to diverse audiences through music.
Volunteer families are needed to test new app that tracks childhood development milestones.
David Laband, chair of the School of Economics (SOE), has decided to retire. He will step down as SOE chair and leave Georgia Tech on December 31, 2016.
LMC Chair and Professor Richard Utz participated in a roundtable discussion on New Medievalism as Global Conversation
LMC Chair and Professor Richard Utz participated in a roundtable discussion on New Medievalism as Global Conversation: Russia, Europe, and the U.S.
Dr. Caroline Young’s Serve-Learn-Sustain English 1102 class proudly presents the culmination of this semester’s work in a book release reception and art opening entitled, “One World is Not Enough.”
Lisa Yaszek's book - Sisters of Tomorrow has made it to the "must-buy-for Christmas" list on bestsciencefictionbooks.com!
The book is a revelation for anyone with an interest in science fiction’s secret history.
A new brochure mailed on November 21 introduces the distinctive attributes of Ivan Allen alumni to Atlanta CEOs and hiring managers at businesses and nonprofits.
Margaret Kosal, an associate professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, participated in a conference on “Reassessing Deterrence in the 21st Century” that was held at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point from November 13 -15, 2016.
Dalton Lin, an assistant professor in the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, gave a talk at Harvard University’s Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies on November 3, 2016.
The media of politics and the politics of media were discussed in a post-election open session panel held by the School of Literature, Media, and Communication on November 15.
Robert Atkinson, president of the Intellectual Property and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), visited Georgia Tech to present in the School of Public Policy Speaker Series.
The Honorable Stanley Kao, Representative, Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States spoke to Georgia Tech students and faculty on November 18, 2016 about diplomatic relations and issues.
Study explores the communication differences, and perceived differences, between men and women.
Foley Scholar finalists Stevie Chancellor and Tesca Fitzgerald address physical challenges by participating in powerlifting.
Kaye Husbands Fealing, chair of the Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Faculty from the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts discussed innovative and far-reaching plans to tackle systemic issues facing American cities during the Georgia Tech Smart Cities Faculty Summit on November 16, 2016.
Allen Hyde, assistant professor in the School of History and Sociology, discussed what data reveals about national and local patterns of Latino homeownership.
Digital Media student Sandjar Kozubaev recently attended the NordiCHI Conference and shares his experiences from the conference
NordiCHI 2016, the biennial Nordic conference for CHI research. Sandjar Kozubaev, a PhD student in Digital Media presented a paper titled Stop Nigmas: Experimental Speculative Design through Pragmatic Aesthetics and Public Art.
New research from Georgia Tech economist Shatakshee Dhongde shows there are multiple components of poverty that more accurately describes a household’s economic condition.
Bethany Jacobs, a postdoctoral Brittain Fellow in the Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication, presented at the Celebrating African American Literature and Language (CAALL) conference at Penn State University.
Georgia Tech graduate student Vivian Chu joins a distinguished group of roboticists named on Robohub’s 2016 list of “25 Women In Robotics You Need To Know About.”
The Institute for Information Security & Privacy at Georgia Tech announced a $5-million scholarship fund and the creation of a new Ph.D. fellowship program dedicated to emerging cybersecurity ideas.
Dr. Bethany Jacobs presents at Celebrating African American Literature and Language (CAALL) conference
Dr. Bethany Jacobs presented her paper, “Playing with Authenticity in the Afrofuturist Albums of Janelle Monáe.”
Margaret Kosal, an associate professor in the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, spoke at the Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA)’s “Army Ground Combat Platforms” forum in Arlington, Virginia on November 1, 2016.
Computer science major Chad Ramey has built a functional fusion reactor, contributed to a Mars rover, and cooked steak in a dishwasher.
Joseph Bankoff, chair and professor of the practice in the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, has been elected as a trustee of The National Court Appointed Special Advocate Association (National CASA).
Georgia Tech faculty can submit proposals to teach Diplomacy Lab courses during the spring 2017 semester.
Tesca Fitzgerald is a finalist in the 2016 Georgia Tech 3MT competition.
Haizheng Li, a professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Economics, presented at the China Breakfast Briefing, which was held at the World Trade Center Atlanta on November 4, 2016.
LMC Faculty book received recognition
A 2006 paper co-authored by Professor Annie Antón of the School of Interactive Computing received an honorable mention as one of the decade's most influential papers in requirements engineering.
The Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy’s Internet Governance Project (IGP) hosted a forum on internet governance featuring Assistant Secretary of Commerce Lawrence Strickling faculty on October 26, 2016.
On October 27th, 2016, the Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP) and the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) hosted Nagesh Singh, the consul general of India stationed in Atlanta, Georgia.
Richard Utz, chair and professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication, wrote his new book, Medievalism: A Manifesto, with an unapologetically political objective.
Early next week, more than 171 million Americans will celebrate Halloween spending $8.4 billion on decorations, according to the National Retail Federation.
Richard Utz on Medievalism: A Manifesto
Each year, the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts awards Dean’s Scholarships in recognition of incoming freshmen with a high school record of academic excellence, visionary leadership, and outstanding public service.
Oct. 24, Admiral Mike Rogers, director of the National Security Agency (NSA) and commander of the United States Cyber Command, spoke to a class of Georgia Tech students about the NSA's role in cybersecurity, privacy, and national security.
The School of History and Sociology is hosting a fall 2016 speakers series in addition to an "America in the World" lecture series funded by the B. and B. Stern Foundation.
Associate Dean and Professor of Digital Media at Georgia Tech Janet Murray Talked to NPR at the New Yorker’s tech fest event about the possibilities of interactive television.
Digital Media PhD candidates were selected as finalists for the Foley Scholar
Researchers have developed a system that teaches people Morse code within four hours using a series of vibrations felt near the ear
More than 120 young women recently participated in a Black Girls Code event at GT Computing.
On September 22, 2016, Bank of America, the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, and the Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy commenced the 2016 Sam Nunn Bank of America Policy Forum.
Margaret Kosal, an associate professor in the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, spoke at Augusta University on October 24.
Margaret E. Kosal, an associate professor in the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, spoke at the eighth annual meeting of the Society for the Study of New and Emerging Technologies (S.NET).
Milton Mueller, a professor in the Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy, participated in the 2016 International Conference on Cyber Conflict (CyCon), which was held in Washington, D.C. from October 21 – 23, 2016.
Georgia’s manufacturing sector remains a vibrant and profitable part of the state’s economy, with more companies incorporating strategies such as smart manufacturing to remain competitive.
The Convergence Innovation Competition (CIC) is back for another semester, and we’re looking for innovative student ideas in three new categories.
GT Computing students Maia Jacobs and Aditi Dhar are working on a mobile application that will help guide patients through their challenging journeys with breast cancer.
French professor makes the case for Tech students to study French, a top 3 language for global diplomacy and business.
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal issued a proclamation in which he officially declared October 18 as German Day in Georgia and recognized Georgia Tech’s German Day celebration.
Mariam Asad, a doctoral student in the Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication’s Digital Media program, received a Foley Scholar award from Georgia Tech’s GVU Center.
1995 Turing Award Winner Manuel Blue will present his latest insight regarding mind-based computation during the 2016 ARC-IISP Distinguished Lecture
Helena Mitchell, executive director of Georgia Tech’s Center for Advance Communications Policy (CACP) and Regents Researcher in the Ivan Allen College School of Public Policy, was featured in Institute Diversity’s “Faces of Inclusive Excellence” video.
Mark Zachary Taylor and Lawrence Rubin, associate professors in the Ivan Allen College Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, attended the 2016 Minerva meeting and program review, which was held from September 14 - 15 in Washington, D.C.
On October 13th, President Obama hosted a day-long conference that brought together researchers, business leaders, technologists, philanthropists, local innovators, and students to discuss building U.S. capacity in science and technology.