Kelly Fox to Depart Georgia Tech, Join Rice University

Kelly Fox has announced she will join Rice University as vice president, Finance and Administration.

Trisha Purvis (left), a veterinary surgical technician at the Global Center for Medical Innovation, recently re-enlisted in the United States Army Reserve. Ken Zielmanski, director of quality assurance for GCMI’s T3 Labs and a retired Army lieutenant colonel, performed the re-enlistment ceremony. (Photo: Joya Chapman)
Caring for Animals; Serving Our Country

Veterinarian surgical technician puts skills to use in military and medical product research innovations

HyTech Racing 2022. Photo by Daniel Lam
HyTech Racing Wins at Formula SAE Competition

HyTech Racing, Georgia Tech’s student-led electric racing team, placed third overall at the Formula SAE Electric...

Mega Millions: The Odds Aren’t Ever in Your Favor

Georgia Tech experts explain the lottery likelihoods

Students and staff with OMED’s Study Abroad and Global Innovation Project after going to the top of Table Mountain, overlooking the city of Cape Town in South Africa.
Global Engagement Pivots as the World Changes

The Office of International Education has adjusted to the new normal by finding ways to meet student demand for ...

Tech’s Return on Investment Stands Out

A U.S. Census Bureau project shows a Tech education stands out as a particularly advantageous financial decision...

Cindy Hope
Cindy Hope Named Associate Vice President for Research Administration

Cindy Hope has been named Georgia Tech’s associate vice president for Research Administration.

Stock up on non-perishable snacks that can be kept in your desk or backpack without spoiling.
Tips for Balanced Snacking

Preparing snacks requires planning, but it can save time, money, and energy.

Lorie Johns Páulez
Education Abroad Director Lorie Johns Páulez Elected to Global E3 Executive Committee

Lorie Johns Páulez elected a member of the Global Engineering Education Exchange Executive Committee.

Jen Howe
Jennifer Howe Named Vice President for Development

Jennifer Howe has been named Georgia Tech’s next vice president for Development, effective August 15.

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