Events Archive

  • Nov 30 to Dec 2

    Microbial Dynamics and Infection

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

    104th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology

    Georgia Tech is hosting the 104th annual meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology.

    Graduate students, $75; postdocs, $100; faculty, $150

  • Nov 26

    Forecasting Turbulence

    Room 152, Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons

    A Public Lecture with School of Physics Professor Michael F. Schatz

  • Nov 18-20

    Georgia Tech @ 71st American Physical Society Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting

    Georgia World Congress Center, 285 Andrew Young International Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

    College of Sciences faculty are helping organize the largest fluid dynamics meeting of the year.

    College of Sciences faculty from the Schools of Biological Sciences, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, and Physics are members of the local organizing committee for the largest fluid dynamics meeting of the year. 

    Registration is required.

  • Nov 15

    "My Love Affair with the Brain: The Life & Science of Dr. Marian Diamond"

    CenterForm, 115 M.L.K. Jr Drive SW, Suite 3B/4B, Atlanta, GA 30303

    Film screening of the story of a female neuroscientist who lived joyously at the forefront of scientific exploration and education.

    The screening is a fundraiser for the nonprofit organization 500 Women Scientists, a feminist grassroots women-in-science organiation. A discussion of Marion Diamond's impact on the field, as well as the science of learning, memory, and neuroplasticity, follows the screening. 

    Suggested Donation of $10-15; RSVP through Eventbrite or Facebook

  • Nov 13

    Free Screening of Documentary "The Most Unknown"

    Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, 441 John Lewis Freedom Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

    Misty Bentz, Jennifer Glass, Shella Keiholz, and Nicholas Speller are among panelists in post-screening discussion

    In the documentary "The Most Unknown," scientists go to extraordinary parts of the world to find answers to some of humanity’s biggest questions. After the free screening, a panel of Atlanta-based researchers will discuss the research featured in the film.

    Free admission

  • Nov 13

    Open Educational Resources at Georgia Tech

    Klaus Advanced Computing Building, Room 2405, 266 Ferst Dr Atlanta, GA 30332 •

    Learn how two Georgia Tech professors are using OER in classes

    A brown bag luncheon seminar on the use of open educational resources at Georgia Tech. The event is sponsored by Georgia Tech's Center for 21st Century Universities.


  • Nov 7

    College of Sciences in 2018 3MT Competition Final Round

    Amphitheater, Georgia Tech Global Learning Center, 84 5th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30308

    Deborah Ferguson and Emily Hokkett join the final round of the 3MT Competition for graduate students.

    Deborah Ferguson and Emily Hokett join the final round of the Three Minute Thesis Competition. Hokett and Ferguson are a Ph.D. students in the Schools of Psychology and Physics, respectively.


  • Nov 6

    Climate Change: Science at Ponce City Market

    Ponce City Farmers Market, at the Shed on the Beltline

    Georgia Tech Professor Kim Cobb will discuss what her research says about climate variability and climate change.

    Members of the Georgia Tech School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences present "Science Showcase at Ponce City Farmers Market" one Tuesday per month from June to November. Each month, they will bring to the market a timely topic of Earth science: Disaster Preparedness (June 12), Urbanization & the Water Cycle (July 3), Underwater Robots & Ice Sheets (Aug. 7), DIY Meteorology Kits (Sept. 4), Dark Skies Protection (Oct. 2), and Climate Change (Nov. 6) 

  • Oct 31

    Petit Institute Distinguished Lecture

    Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience, Atrium • (404) 894-6228 •

    "From Academia to Government to Industry: Lessons Learned" - Elias Zerhouni, M.D. - President, Global Research & Development, Sanofi

  • Oct 23

    Public Lecture: 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics

    Room 152, Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons

    Lighting the way with microscopic tractor beams and sculpted laser pulse