President Emeritus G. Wayne Clough, President Ángel Cabrera, and President Emeritus G.P. "Bud" Peterson gathered in Harrison Square for the dedication of the Trailblazers sculptures on Sept. 4. Photo by Christopher Moore.
During the 11th Annual Diversity Symposium, Catherine Ross (left), Regents Professor, ADVANCE Professor, and Harry West Chair in the School of City and Regional Planning, interviews Dorothy Yancy, retired history and social sciences professor. Yancy was Georgia Tech's first African American faculty member and the first African American to receive tenure. Photo taken Sept. 4 by Christopher Moore.
Students Abigail Gutierrez-Ray, Christine Saw, and Kayla McManus-Viana in the lobby of the Paper Tricentennial Building discuss the installation of "Artifact of the Month," which features a seldom-seen item from the paper museum's extensive collection. The item on display is "space paper" — paper that was made on the space shuttle Columbia, along with the molds for the experiment. Students select, research, and write about an artifact, and are responsible for its proper installation in the lobby. The photo, taken Sept. 3, is courtesy of the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking.
At the Institute Address on Sept. 5, Paul Kohn (right), vice president for Enrollment Services, talks with President Ángel Cabrera and first lady Beth Cabrera in the Ferst Center. Photo by Allison Carter.
Employees play a game of "pin the transformation logo" during the Transformation Expo, an information fair to help employees understand Tech's current enterprise-wide transformations — Workday, OneUSG Connect, ServiceNow, and LITE. Photo taken Sept. 5 by Allison Carter.
Georgia Tech defeated the University of South Florida 14-10, giving Tech its first win of the Coach Collins era on Sept. 7. Photo courtesy of Georgia Tech Athletics.
Graduate students attend Graduate Pathways for Success on Sept. 10 at the Campus Recreation Center. Participants received coaching strategies to prepare them to speak with recruiters. Photo by Christopher Moore.
The Georgia Tech Marching Band has new uniforms for the first time in nearly a decade. Photo taken Sept. 14 by Denise Fair.
As part of Institute Diversity's Intercultural Lecture Series, the 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month Lecture featured Rosario Marin, former U.S. Treasurer, public speaker, political analyst, and author. Photo taken Sept. 18 by Allison Carter.