More than 500 Georgia Tech students are taking advantage of self-guided, online math and statistics courses to provide free extra support for students who may need it — on campus and beyond.
With goals to boost science, engineering, and computing Ph.D. researchers from underserved populations, UCEM grows in 2023 to include students from Schools of Biological Sciences, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Mathematics, and Physics.
For the second consecutive year, a Georgia Tech student and their advisor have been awarded a Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Gilliam Fellowship for Advanced Study.
Under new program guidelines, Tech Promise will now assist qualified families whose annual estimated family income is $55,500 or less.
Summit launches national initiative to expand access and opportunities in STEM and medicine fields.
Establishing a new academic unit is a long process, and Tech is at the very beginning.
The Division of Student Engagement and Well-Being has announced the opening of the Wellness Empowerment Center and the Center for Mental Health Care and Resources.