Press & Media: Request an Expert
To request a researcher for a media interview, please reach out to experts using the faculty directories for each of our six schools, or contact Jess Hunt-Ralston, College of Sciences communications director. A list of faculty experts is also available to journalists upon request, and an archive of media mentions can be found in our newsroom.
Before contacting staff for templates and files, please visit the Georgia Tech Brand Guide. You'll find official logos, messaging and style guides, letterhead, licensing and swag information, and resources and templates for everything from fliers and digital signage, to email newsletters and social media, to website themes and content tutorials, photo and video assets, and more.
- Design and Order Swag: Licensing, Trademarks, Approved Vendors
- Photo and Video: About and Guides, Photo Archive (GT Account Required), Schedule a Headshot
- External Communications: Media and PR, Op-Eds and News Pitching, Social Media, State Outreach, Institute Communications Fact-Check Catalog
- Internal Communications: Campus Communications, Campus Calendar, Digital Signage: On-Campus Advertising, Communicator Contacts
- Websites: Website Development, Content Strategy, Hiring Website Vendors
- Meeting and Training Opportunities: Meetings and Training, Presentation Archives (GT Account Required)
- Events at Georgia Tech: Planning Special Events and the Event Coordinator Network
- Campus Communications Channels
- (E-Newsletters, Publications, Podcasts)
- Government Relations
- On campus printing
- Photography downloads
Sharing Your News and Research
Please let us know about newsworthy stories — your awards, appointments, features in external news, interesting upcoming events and happenings, and publications and stories that may be of interest for the broader College and campus community. We can't guarantee all submissions will be featured, but they all will be reviewed, and we will do our best to share them on the appropriate channels and with the appropriate parties around campus. Contact us here.
Please let us know about upcoming publications and your scholarships, significant funding, and grant awards here. Please include an abstract or brief description of the work, copy of the paper or draft, as well as any visual elements you think might be relevant — photos of the researchers, photos of the research being conducted, or figures from the paper that could be adapted for wider audiences. If you would like to share work that is soon to be published, please include the name of the journal the work will be published in and an approximate publication date.
We can help you cross-promote events sponsored by the College, our six schools, our student organizations, and College research centers. To request event promotion, at least 7 days before your event happens, please send us your campus calendar listing or Mercury link, event URL, and any social media post(s) you'd like us to repost or highlight. You can also tag @gtsciences on social media and we'll help share. We are unable to promote solicitations for individual courses, research participants, fundraisers, and events that are not applicable to members of our wider College community.
We also work with Institute Communications and communicators from across Georgia Tech, and some stories are featured in the Daily Digest, on the Georgia Tech news page, the Research page, and other Colleges' websites.
College Communications Council
The College of Sciences Communications Council is made up of more than 40 volunteer faculty, staff, and student employees across our six schools, various centers and programs, and our Dean's Office. We meet quarterly online, and share updates via email as needed. If you are a current College of Sciences employee who would like to get involved, request to join here.