Madison Kelley, international affairs graduate
Christopher Burke is the director of Community Relations, Office of Government and Community Relations
President G.P. "Bud" Peterson and Provost Rafael L. Bras traveled to NYC as Georgia Tech hosted a discussion with university leaders, corporate representatives and national media.
Students in the first-year of the Industrial Design program carve pumpkins in the style of famous designers.
HackGT is a student organization consisting of Georgia Tech undergraduates focused on computer science outreach. The 5th annual 36-hour hackathon featured 1,000 participants with over 80 schools represented and produced 189 projects.
Each year, Wreck Racing competes in the 20XX Challenge presented by Grassroots Motorsports. The goal is to build a high-performance motor vehicle with the budget of the year, so $2,018. Wreck Racing's 1987 BMW placed second overall and featured parts from five different automobile manufacturers.
Yolonda Cameron talks about her job as a Georgia Tech attorney.
Meet Ximin Mi
Located in the heart of Georgia Tech's campus, the Van Leer Interdisciplinary Design Commons was converted from an auditorium to the largest electronics-oriented makerspace in the United States.
On September 25, Georgia Tech hosted a media roundtable in ethics in robotics in Washington, D.C. with a demonstration and panel discussion on Capitol Hill prior to a dinner conversation with journalists at the National Press Club.
Sarah Morales is a health educator at Georgia Tech.
A former leader in the Civil Rights Movement and close friend of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Andrew Young built a career in local and global politics as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and the mayor of Atlanta. He is the Ivan Allen Prize for Social Courage recipient for 2018 at Georgia Tech.
Looking forward to the year 2040, Georgia Tech's Commission for Creating the Next in Education has devised a strategic map for navigating the changing landscape of academia and inspiring the pioneers of innovation, and we traveled to our nation's capital to discuss ideas with the nation's top thinkers in this higher education landscape.
Hannah Todd, a business major from Peachtree City, Georgia, is this year's driver of the Ramblin' Wreck.
For ants and robots operating in confined spaces like tunnels, having more workers does not necessarily mean getting more work done. A study published August 17 in the journal Science shows that in fire ant colonies, a small number of workers does most of the digging. For digging nest tunnels, this less busy approach gets the job done without ant traffic jams – ensuring smooth excavation flow. Researchers led by Georgia Tech scientists found that applying the ant optimization strategy to autonomous robots avoids mechanized clogs and gets the work done with the least amount of energy.