The lightbulb moment that changed the way Bob Kirkman teaches, and lead to an astonishing jump in student engagement.
What is phantom vibration syndrome? Robert Rosenberger, an assistant professor in the School of Public Policy explains.
Faculty members are creating the next technologies for future missions, landing locations, and instruments to find life.
On the lower level of the Ford ES&T Building, Georgia Tech’s scientific glassblower repairs damaged glass equipment from campus labs.
What researchers have discovered about the hawkmoth could help the next generation of small flying robots.
Professor Singhose teaches Tech’s introductory mechanical design class to 300 students per term.
Georgia Tech’s stories of nerdy inspiration at the nation’s premier science fiction, fantasy, and pop culture fan convention.
Tech’s researchers and faculty members relocate the Matrix Biology and Engineering Lab to the new Engineered Biosystems Building.
Big advances are coming to the smallest patients. From home health care to medical devices designed for kids.
With Tech’s campus in the center of Atlanta's entrepreneurial boom, it’s no surprise that students have embraced the startup culture.
Some of Bobby Dodd Stadium's original architecture is still in tact, and you won’t believe what lies under its seats.
As the nation marks the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, we reflect on the catastrophic impact the storm had on the Gulf Coast.
Five years later, we are taking a look back at the progress made and how Georgia Tech is strategically changing the world.
The new freshman class will don their RAT Caps at Convocation, participating in a Tech tradition that marks its 100th anniversary this year.
Ryan Gravel’s Georgia Tech master’s thesis changed the City of Atlanta in three major ways forever.
Georgia Tech's Living History director has seen and heard a lot of interesting stories during her 20 years of interviews.
We asked more than 250 students, staff, and faculty to tell us about the things — on campus and off — that give them joy.
Hidden Georgia Tech is a photo essay series highlighting places on campus that largely go unnoticed, but are hidden in plain sight.
Tech's admission counselors share tips for taking the heat off your upcoming senior year and the looming college application process.
A team from Georgia Tech’s Center for Music Technology, led by Professor Gil Weinberg, brought its musical robots to NBC’s TODAY Show.
Graduating seniors take a look back before and share what it was like for them at Georgia Tech.
Three graduates look back at all they’ve done, and things they wish they could have done.
Two prominent alumni, G. Wayne Clough and Gen. Philip M. Breedlove, returned to Tech as Commencement speakers.
At this year’s Faculty and Staff Awards Luncheon, 18 faculty members were honored for their teaching effectiveness.
500 outstanding students from across the nation converged at Georgia Tech for the third Biennial Stamps Scholars National Convention.
A handful of Georgia Tech students had the opportunity to be face to face with President Barack Obama during his address at McCamish Pavilio...
For National Robotics Week, we've compiled a list of seven cool things Georgia Tech robots can do (or will be able to do soon).
Most days, Tech’s diversity is evident just by walking around campus. One day a year, though, you can actually taste it.
President Obama visited Georgia Tech in March 2015. And when the White House comes calling, you roll out the red—better yet, gold—carpet.
Social media exploded with photos, videos, and comments as Yellow Jackets shared their experiences from the President’s visit to Tech.
At the same time the President walked into McCamish Pavilion at Georgia Tech, Secret Service agents walked three Georgia Tech students into...
Nearly 10,000 students, faculty, and staff gathered in McCamish Pavilion to hear the president announce his Student Aid Bill of Rights.
In 2007, a U.S. senator from Illinois visited Georgia Tech as a presidential candidate. He spoke at what was known as Yellow Jacket Park — n...
In 2015, Georgia Tech welcomed President Obama, who spoke about college affordability and announced the Student Aid Bill of Rights.
Building on last year’s momentum, Georgia Tech will again host events for anyone interested in exploring science and technology.
Amidst the calculus, thermodynamics, and structures classes at Georgia Tech exists an offering that breaks the mold, “Drawing on Nature.”
For two weeks in February 2015, Georgia Tech played host to its fellow ACC schools for the conference swim and dive championships.
The Serve•Learn•Sustain quality enhancement plan builds on Georgia Tech's commitment to community engagement and sustainability issues.
The next generation of musical instruments were showcased at the 2015 Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition.