Events Archive

  • Mar 29

    Public Nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory

    Howey Physics Building, 837 State St NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30332

    Come skygazing and experience the Georgia Tech Observatory!

    Public nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory have resumed for the 2017-2018 season.



  • Mar 29

    Race, Biomedicine, and Reproductive Justice

    Tech Square Research Building (TSRB) Banquet Hall, 85 Fifth Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30308

    Spring 2018 public event of the Race & Biomedicine Working Group

    Loretta Ross, cofounder of the SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective, and Whitney Robinson, an assistant professor of epidemiology at the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health will discuss issues at the intersection of race, medicine, and reproductive justice. 

  • Mar 26

    It's All About Science and Math

    Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons • (404) 385-6439 •

    A College of Sciences open house for high school juniors/sophomores interested in a science or mathematics major

    High school students (and their guests) interested in learning about undergraduate degree programs in the College of Sciences at Georgia Tech are encouraged to attend an “It’s All About Science and Math” open house.

    None but registration is required • free_food

  • Mar 17

    Silver Scream Science Spookshow

    Plaza Theatre, 1049 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, 30306 •

    College of Sciences faculty members play in the band Leucine Zipper and the Zinc Fingers.

    Adults $10, Children 12 and under $7; Tickets on site only

  • Mar 17

    Nerdy Derby Speeds Down the Track @ 2018 Atlanta Science Festival

    M.R. Hollis Innovation Academy, 225 Griffin St NW, Atlanta GA 30314 • 404-802-8217 •

    Participants build their own cars and race them down a 30-foot track.

     Get ready for some crazy, fun, and FREE racing as you create your personalized vehicle with a little help from folks at Georgia Tech and Decatur Makers.


  • Mar 17

    Games for Change Atlanta (G4C) Game Jam @ 2018 Atlanta Science Festival

    Atlanta, GA - Historic Academy of Medicine, 875 W. Peachtree St, NW, Atlanta, 30309 • (404) 894-1414 •

    G4C Game Jam offers participants opportunities to learn about communities, engage in nondigital games, and work in teams to build their own game.

    G4C Game Jam is a CEISMC event  a CEISMC event where participants create digital games about issues affecting their communities.

    Free with Registration • free_food

  • Mar 17

    GoSTEM 6th Annual Latino College & STEM Fair

    Georgia Tech Student Center, 350 Ferst Drive NW, Atlanta, GA 3033 •

    A unique opportunity for K-12 students and their families to meet representatives from universities and colleges and organizations serving the Hispanic/Latino community.

    This CEISMC event at the 2018 Atlanta Science Festival features bilingual workshops, hands-on activities for the entire family, a college fair, a majors fair, and an inspirational panel with Latino college students, parents, professors, and other professionals

    This even is Free and open to the public! • free_food, freebies

  • Mar 14

    2018 K-12 InVenture Prize State Finals

    Georgia Tech Student Center Ballroom, 350 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30332

    K-12 students compete to represent Georgia at the National Invention Convention & Entrepreneurship Expo.

    The top teams in the 2018 K-12 InVenture Prize State Finals will represent Georgia at the National Invention Convention & Entrepreneurship Expo. 

  • Mar 13

    The Power of Connected, a Honeywell Sponsored Panel & Customer Experience Tours

    Honeywell Atlanta Software Center, The Event Center, Suite 600, 715 Peachtree St NE Atlanta, 30308

    A 2018 Atlanta Science Festival event featuring CEISMC Executive Director Lizanne DeStefano

    Free with advance registration

  • Mar 12

    The Case for Cosmic Modesty

    Room 152, Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, 266 4th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

    A CRA Distinguished Lecture by Abraham (Avi) Loeb, Harvard University

    Life on Earth is not special. Humans should search for life away from Earth without prejudice.