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.
To Celebrate National Robotics Week, here are Georgia Tech's 2017 robot trading cards.
Across Georgia Tech, researchers from every discipline are devoted to finding the causes of and effective treatments for autism.
Physicist and mathematician-artists create multi-colored virtual reality experience of hyperbolic geometry.
Rob Mannino used his own chronic, life-threatening blood disorder to pursue his dream of becoming a biomedical engineer. Now he is poised to...
Meet some of our students who represent the beautiful balance of technology and the arts.
Student organizations explore a wide range of aspects of college life, including faith.
In honor of National Engineers Week, we've rounded up the top engineering news from 2017.
Jason Carter shares lessons from the powerful partnership of his grandparents.
One of the biggest barriers in suicide prevention is the fear of talking about suicide, but talking saves lives.
Tech alumna Candace Mitchell combined beauty and technology and ended up with a startup revolution.
Niculescu always loved mathematics, but it wasn’t until he was a course assistant at Harvard that he started thinking about teaching.
A unique selection of models, as well as architectural and artistic drawings of 13 selected projects from around the world.
Georgia Tech is advancing health informatics in ways that will affect the future of health care.
For many students, Georgia Tech is a stepping stone to the scalpel and stethoscope.
Georgia Tech's impact on the state's economy is calculated at $2.87 billion each year — But that's just the beginning.
He won’t be home for the holidays, but Georgia Tech alumnus Shane Kimbrough will get to celebrate Christmas twice.
Graduates from near and far share how they got to — and through — Tech, and who helped along the way.
Graduating students tell their version of the Tech experience, sharing memories from their time as undergraduates.
The challenges, surprises, and rewards of balancing love, marriage, and scholarship for two Georgia Tech couples.
Lisa Yaszek describes the three categories of science fiction, from the seriousness of Stanley Kubrick to the silliness of sharks.
Associate Professor of Spanish Kelly Comfort went to college with plans to become a broadcast journalist.
Georgia Tech’s robust student media operation includes a newspaper, yearbook, art and literary magazine, and much more.