This Month in Photos: February 2019

This Month in Photos: February 2019

This Month in Photos

February 2019

Crosland Tower, Tech at the State Capitol, and Technique Awards.

Crosland Tower

Rooftop view from the refurbished Crosland Tower, Feb. 6. Photo by Brice Zimmerman.

 

Interpretations of Sustainable Business

Interpretations of Sustainable Business, a new permanent installation in the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable business at the Scheller College of Business, opened this month. It's part of a collaborative art project at Scheller that brought together 23 faculty, staff, students, and alumni who created works of art related to environmental sustainability. Photo taken Feb. 7 by Courtney Lasker.  

 

State Capitol

Tech students visit the Georgia Capitol on Research Institutions Day, Feb. 12. Photo by Allison Carter.

 

Big Al benches

Students from LMC 3308: Environmentalism and Ecocriticism created these benches from the remains of Big Al, a large willow that snapped last fall. The related exhibit, Fall of a Champion, is on display in Clough Commons. Photo by Christopher Moore.

 

Researcher Serpooshan 

Vahid Serpooshan, assistant professor in the Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, sets up a medical 3D printer that will print a patch engineered to strengthen heart muscles damaged in a heart attack, Feb. 14. Photo by Rob Felt.

 

Aquarium

Students and Buzz enjoy Georgia Tech night at the Aquarium, hosted by the Student Center Programs Council, Feb. 14. Photo by Kenedy Thorne.

 

Technique Staff 2019

Tech's student newspaper, the Technique, won five awards for journalism excellence in the annual Georgia College Press Association Better Newspaper Contest, Feb. 15. Photo by Mac Pitts.

 

Joycelyn Wilson

 Joycelyn Wilson, assistant professor, School of Literature, Media, and Communication, uses hip-hop music and culture to explore social and political issues. Here, she stands in front of the lyrics to her favorite song, Sesame Street by Goodie Mob. Photo taken Feb. 18 by Allison Carter.

 


Photography: Allison Carter, Rob Felt, and Christopher Moore
Writing/Editing: Kristen Bailey, Stacy Braukman, Brigitte Espinet, and Victor Rogers

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