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Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter to Receive the Allen Prize for Social Courage

Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter will receive the 2017 Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage. The former president and first lady are being jointly recognized for their partnership in a courageous collaboration to improve human rights and alleviate suffering around the world. Over the span of more than four decades their work has focused on improving health, preventing and resolving conflicts and enhancing freedom and democracy.

The Carters will be honored during a symposium on the power of partnerships taking place February 17 at the Biltmore, adjacent to Tech Square in midtown Atlanta.

More About the Carters, the Award, and Reaction

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Biophysics Plays Key Role in Immune System Signaling, Response

4,380 Students Welcomed to Tech in Early Action

A New Way to ‘Engage’ Startups

Tech, Piazza Sign Formal Agreement to Safeguard Data

Departments Team Up to Support Fellow Employees

Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter To Receive the Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage

New Low-Cost Technique Converts Bulk Alloys to Oxide Nanowires

President’s Cybersecurity Commission Releases Report

Colliding Privacy, Democracy and Technology?

Amazon Web Services Joins Georgia Tech’s Internet of Things Research Center

Turning Ideas into Successful Startups

Transfer Students Wanted for Recruitment Team

Dropbox Now Available to Faculty and Staff

Library, Formula, Maintenance Funding Top Legislative Priorities

Campus Construction Continues through Winter Months

New Low-Cost Technique Converts Bulk Alloys to Oxide Nanowires

Jill Watson, Round Three

How a Moon Slows the Decay of Pluto’s Atmosphere

Zajic Receives NSF CAREER Award

President’s Cybersecurity Commission Releases Report

Colliding Privacy, Democracy and Technology?

Amazon Web Services Joins Georgia Tech’s Internet of Things Research Center

Turning Ideas into Successful Startups

Biophysics Plays Key Role in Immune System Signaling, Response

Genomics Technique Could Accelerate Detection of Foodborne Bacterial Outbreaks

Secret Phenotypes: Disease Devils in Invisible Details

Catching Molecular Dances in Slow Motion by Adding White Noise

Musical Table Teaches Basics of Computer Programming

Social Media Could Take Only a Fraction of Users’ Time With New Georgia Tech Method

White House Highlights Georgia Tech-Created Computer Science Teaching Tool

Actually, Men and Women Don’t Communicate Differently, at Least In Writing

A Fertilizer Dearth Foiled Animal Evolution for Eons?

Climate Change: Potentially Good News on Methane and Peat Carbon

Simple Processing Technique Could Cut Cost of Organic PV and Wearable Electronics

Game Theory Shows How Tragedies of the Commons Might be Averted

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Vaccines: Safe, Effective and A Critical Public Good

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is an environmental lawyer and a vaccine critic. In a recent Q&A with Science magazine, he said there is “an explosion in neurodevelopmental...

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Joshua Weitz

Joshua Weitz

Professor
School of Biological Sciences

Sam Brown

Sam Brown

Associated Professor

Tech+knowledge+Y: The Secret Language of Science Fiction

The next Star Wars movie, Rogue One, comes to theaters this weekend, rocketing science fiction back to the top of the box office. “Science fiction” is the most popular way of describing the genre, but it’s not a one-size-fits-all term. Those inside the field use their own...

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Lisa Yaszek

Lisa Yaszek

Professor, Associate Chair
School of Literature, Media and Communication, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts 

John Glenn: 1921-2016

Astronaut John Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth, died Wednesday at the age of 95. Glenn completed a three-orbit flight in Friendship 7 in 1962. He later became a U.S. Senator in Ohio. At the age of 77, he returned to space and became the oldest person ever to launch.

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Glenn Lightsey

Glenn Lightsey

Professor
Daniel Guggenheim School of Aeronautical Engineering, College of Engineering

The Health Informatics Revolution
Georgia Tech is advancing health informatics in ways that will affect the future of health care.
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The Atlanta skyline and 75/85 highways.
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Shane Kimbrough aboard the ISS
He won’t be home for the holidays, but Georgia Tech alumnus Shane Kimbrough will get to celebrate Christmas twice.
photo - group of students sitting on Einstein statue steps
Graduates from near and far share how they got to — and through — Tech, and who helped along the way.