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C-PIES News Archive
Please join the Center for Promoting the Inclusion and Equity in the Sciences (C-PIES) in congratulating Stephanie Reikes, Greg Mayer, and Bekki George for being selected as the recipients of the 2023-2024 College of Sciences Inclusive Excellence Faculty Fellowship.
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.
Raquel Lieberman has received new NIH support for long-running research into myocilin, a protein linked to childhood glaucoma. The professor and Sepcic Pfeil Endowed Chair in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry is joined by Ph.D. student Gwen Thomas in the search for research answers — and effort to increase access and representation in the sciences.
New Council members will build on a mission of advocating for the diverse community of staff within the College of Sciences and its six schools
For STEAM enthusiasts across Atlanta, the month of March is a highlight of the year for one big reason: the Atlanta Science Festival. We spoke with some of the event organizers and presenters to get a sneak peek at what this year's festival will have to offer.
Four faculty in the College of Sciences have received new funding to help foster student belonging at Georgia Tech. The team’s six-year grant is part of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s (HHMI) Inclusive Excellence 3 initiative, and is one of 104 new grants funded through an overall initiative that’s allocating $60 million over six years and several phases.
Atlanta history is ripe with achievements from the Black community, and history continues to be made here today. Great work is being done on campus, across Atlanta, and beyond by Georgia Tech students, faculty, staff, and alumni who are working across different industries to help bring about change to improve the human condition. Atlanta Change-Makers introduces you to a few of the people whose aspirations and actions are making a difference — for today, and for a brighter future.
Georgia Tech’s College of Sciences Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) offers summer programs for 2023.