Several telescopes will be set up for viewing or visitors may bring their own telescope to Public Nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory.
Tips for Delightful Stargazing in 2023

Public Nights begin at the Georgia Tech Observatory.

Guests will park in the Campus Recreation deck (W10) and Student Center parking deck (W2).  
Campus Recreation to host GHSA, GIAA Swim Meets

The top high school swimmers in the state will compete inside the McAuley Aquatic Center this week i...

Parking and Transportation Services Launches New Hybrid Bus

The Division of Student Engagement and Well-Being is excited to welcome a new hybrid Stinger bus to ...

Professor Loren Wiliams holds a lecture in Howey Physics. 
Three Georgia Tech Professors Named 2022 AAAS Fellows

Recognized among the nation’s most distinguished leaders, three Georgia Tech professors have been se...

What to read or watch, Black History Month 2023
Black History Month Reading and Viewing Recommendations

Faculty and staff members suggest books, documentaries, and television programs that explore race, i...

The number of applications increased for all six of Georgia Tech's Colleges.
Admission Delivers Early Action 2 Decisions

Another record-breaking number of applicants, with increased applications for all six of Georgia Tec...

(L-R) Sung Kyu Lim, Linda Milor, and  Moinuddin K. Qureshi. Georgia Tech's three faculty members elevated to fellow status in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for 2023.



Lim, Milor, Qureshi Elevated to IEEE Fellows

IEEE Fellow is a distinction reserved for select IEEE members whose extraordinary accomplishments. ...

The site, near the intersection of Hemphill Avenue and Ferst Drive, is part of the campus EcoCommons. Photo by Allison Carter.
Event Marks History While Embracing the Future

EcoCommons space honors three young men who challenged racial segregation.

Student Rides a Scooter on Campus
Campus Police Emphasize Education, Enforcement of Micro-Mobility Vehicles

The department’s plan addresses the increase in the number of motor vehicles, micro-mobility vehicle...

M.G. Finn, chemistry professor and chair of the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Georgia Tech.
The Nobel Whisperer: M.G. Finn on Click Chemistry and Collaboration

A story of human connection at the heart of Nobel-winning science