Outstanding students were recognized this month with awards and scholarships from the Institute, College, and Schools.
Congratulations to Ivan Allen College members who were celebrated at the Georgia Tech Faculty and Staff Honors Luncheon on April 6 for their many years of dedicated service to the Institute.
A group affiliated with the School of Literature, Media, and Communication’s Digital Media program presented their project, LuminAI, at the Hambridge Art Auction and Field Experiment Gala on Saturday, April 23.
On Thursday, March 10, the annual Career, Research, and Innovation Development Conference (CRIDC) poster competition took place in the Georgia Tech Student Center.
The College remembers our colleague Wister Cook who passed away on January 13, 2016.
Maxine Turner broke barriers in joining Georgia Tech as one of its first women faculty in the 1960s. She was a pioneer in seeking equity on campus for women and minority students and in the development of a technical communications program at Georgia Tech.
Richard Utz recently accepted an invitation by Alex Kaufman and Valerie Johnson, to serve on the Advisory Board of The Bulletin for the International Association for Robin Hood Studies.
DramaTech’s upcoming production of Five Faces for Evelyn Frost takes place in a social media ecosystem powered by lists, likes, loves, and lies. Behind the bright lights of smartphone screens, identities are constructed and realities are blurred.
Professor Phil Auslander wrote a book in 2006 about Glam rock, a term coined in Great Britain in the 1970s to describe a style of rock and pop music played by artists who wore over-the-top clothes, make-up, hair and, well, more.
One is an academic. The other is an author. Lisa Yaszek (professor) and Kathleen Ann Goonan (award-winning novelist and professor of the practice), both in the Ivan Allen College School of Literature, Media, and Communication, team up to explain science fiction and Star Wars. They discuss the appeal of the series, why the original was such a success and how the franchise defined the roles of men and women.