Thirty Years of Computing, Liberal Arts, and Sciences

Thirty Years of Computing, Liberal Arts, and Sciences

 

 

Georgia Tech students were able to major in topics related to the sciences and liberal arts since the early 1900s. But in 1990 the Institute officially organized those academic programs as colleges. The College of Sciences and the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts were joined that year by the College of Computing one of the first of its kind in the country.

A collage of buildings and people from the last 30 years of Georgia Tech history.

Celebrating 30 Years

Click on the links below to discover the difference 30 years has made for the College of Computing, the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, and the College of Sciences.

Credits

The College of Design, a frequent collaborator with the College of Computing, the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, and the College of Sciences, built this anniversary special report. To learn more about the ways these four colleges influence each other, click the link below to read Dean Steven P. French's take on Georgia Tech academics from the last thirty years.

Graphic Design: Jessie Brandon
Web Development: Stephen Oetjen
Editor: Ann Hoevel