With a beautiful environment and amenable climate, Tech employees find motivation to get their steps in while on campus
With 400 acres and nearly 160 buildings, Tech’s campus is filled with a range of architectural styles. Take a look at the details
Tech celebrates retiring employees with the annual retirement dinner at the end of the month
The Office of the Arts is presenting the first Arts@Tech Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit
Atlanta's newest sports an entertainment venue, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, has been constructed with the help of many Yellow Jackets.
After being closed for renovation for more than a year, Georgia Tech’s most recognizable landmark reopened this summer
An eclipse, orientation, lab dedication, and groundbreaking research.
Evolution has improved upon the genetic foundations for millennia, a new study says. But could that have recently changed?
In the decades following World War II, as cars became an American obsession and racing grew ever more popular, countless Tech students, alum...
On August 21, 2017 the Great American Eclipse produced a 97% blockage of the sun on the campus of Georgia Tech. Faculty and students researc...
In the realm of cybersecurity, white hats are good-guy defenders and black hats are the adversary. Yet it takes a combination of both to rea...
A new lab in the center of campus allows researchers around the world to write their own code, then remotely upload it to Georgia Tech robot...
A graduate student and transfer student offer their tips for success at Tech
Since the age of six, Michael Gamble knew he wanted to be an architect.
A lot can happen in a minute — especially at Georgia Tech. Here, we tell one-minute stories about campus life.
On their entrepreneurial quest to make drinking water safe for all, two new Tech alumnae stand as testimony to the gumption and perseverance...
Atlanta startup Quest Renewables helps power Atlanta’s new football stadium with technology developed at Georgia Tech.
Over the last several months, the building at 490 10th Street was demolished to make space for the new Campus Safety Facility
Ants, despite having no leader or coordinated plan, engineer amazing structures to escape and survive.
A group of five Georgia Tech students are participating in the Mongolia Charity Rally, a 10,000 mile trek across Europe and Asia.
Georgia Tech alumnus Jorge Cham turned procrastination into a lucrative career as a comic strip creator.
Unless you were — or are — a student-athlete, you may not have seen where they go when they leave the field or court and disappear into the...
Early stock car racing gained ground on the Georgia Tech campus, thanks to contributions from Raymond Parks and a team of formidable race ca...
Professor Paul Steffes and NASA’s Science Team have released their first findings from the Juno mission to Jupiter. So far, the planet revea...
A company founded by Georgia Tech students is pioneering a new model for helping rural communities in developing countries maintain — and su...
By the time Dana Randall finished college, she had five years of teaching experience under her belt
Georgia Tech is addressing some of society’s most pressing issues in education, economic development, and entrepreneurship.
The Tech Promise scholarship program celebrates 10 years and hundreds of graduates
Three graduates share their journeys through unexpected twists and turns, and their determination to finish.
Tech is known for helping students launch their careers. Read about where a few Spring graduates are headed.
In the world of water research, underserved communities provide the ultimate learning ground for undergrads.
The evolution of sports equipment is taught as part of a class called Materials Science and Engineering of Sports (MSE 4803R).
Gary Schuster reflects on time at Tech and his latest honor.
Georgia Tech scientists, researchers, and students talk about celebrating the role of science and March for Science Atlanta.
At Georgia Tech, the unique perspectives and brilliance of our staff are evident as they work to define what’s next every day.
Students enrolled in Introduction to Perception and Robots (CS 3630) are using robots in a completely different way.