Events Archive

  • Oct 22

    Emily Hokett @ ANA2018

    Hyatt Regency Hotel, 265 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 30303

    Psychology Ph.D. student will present work on age-related changes in sleep quality.

    Psychology Ph.D. student will present a poster titled "Age-Related Changes in Sleep Quality, Associative Memory, and Oscillatory Power" at the 143rd Annual Meeting of the American Neurological Association, which will be held on Oct. 21-23, 2018.

  • Oct 19

    Something Different for Halloween: Tour the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Labs

    Ford Environmental Science and Technology Building, 311 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, GA 30332

    Decking the labs in spooky regalia for an early Halloween

    Why wait for Halloween! Take an early trick-or-treat by exploring the laboratories of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, decked in spooky regalia.  

    $3

  • Oct 18

    Public Nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory

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

    Public Nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory are back!

    Public nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory are back Thursdays 2018-2019!  A talk will be given about thirty minutes after the Public Night begins.

  • Oct 16

    Conversation with Campus: Search Process & Profile of the New Dean of the College of Sciences

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

    Provost Rafael L. Bras and Search Committee chair invite College of Sciences constituents to provide input on the characteristics of the ideal candidate for the next dean of the College of Sciences.

    College of Sciences faculty, staff, and students are invited to join Provost Rafael L. Bras and Search Committee Chair Pinar Keskinocak, for a town hall to learn about the dean search process and timeline, and to provide feedback on the characteristics of the ideal candidate.

    Free admission

  • Oct 15

    Non-Euclidean Virtual Reality

    Atlanta, GA • Room 152, Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons

    A Frontiers in Science Lecture by Elisabetta Matsumoto, School of Physics

    Elisabetta Matsumoto will take us on a tour -- enabled by the latest in virtual-reality technology -- into the innate beauty and mystery of some spaces. Real-world applications or technological uses of these mathematical insights may seem to be light-years off, but don't worry, the real world will catch up with the imagination faster than we think.

    Free admission; virtual-reality demo after the talk

  • Oct 13

    Debut Album Release: Leucine Zipper and the Zinc Fingers

    Under The Couch, Georgia Tech Student Center, 350 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30332

    Celebrate the first album of the world's first genetically modified band!

    Leucine Zipper and the Zinc Fingers, the world's first genetically modified rock band, perform live to celebrate the release of their first album, Atomic Anarchy.  This event is free; all ages welcome!

    Free

  • Oct 13

    Stefan France at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs Duke Blue Devils

    Bobby Dodd Stadium, 177 N Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

    Chemistry professor to receive Georgia Power Professor of Excellence Award

  • Oct 11

    Does Drinking Water Really Make You Smarter?

    Clary Theatre, Bill Moore Student Success Center, 225 North Avenue NW, Atlanta, GA 30332

    A Frontiers in Science Lecture by Mindy Millard-Stafford, professor in the School of Biological Sciences

    Recent work from the lab of Mindy Millard-Stafford brings attention to the cognitive effects of dehydration. The findings have garnered immense media attention, from Newsweek and National Public  to Men’s Health Magazine. Millard-Stafford discusses her Georgia Tech research leading up to this widely noticed work. Along the way she will reflect on the huge media coverage: how it happened, why it happened, and what lessons scientists can take away from her experience.

    Free admission • free_food

  • Oct 10

    Task, Team, and Technology Integration in High-Technology Surgery

    Room 250, J. S. Coon Building, 648 Cherry St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313 • psychology.gatech.edu

    A School of Psychology Work Science Center Distinguished Lecture by Ken Catchpole, Medical University of South Carolina

    Through observational studies, researchers are beginning to understand how surgical performance arises from the interaction between what people do, how they work together, and what they do it with.

    Free but RSVP is requested • free_food

  • Oct 9

    Michael Evans @ Atlanta Story Collider

    Highland Inn Ballroom, 644 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA, 30306

    On Oct. 9th, School of Chemistry and Biochemistry Michael Evans will share a true, personal story about his experiences in science.

    At the Oct. 9th, 2018 Atlanta Story Collider, five storytellers will share true, personal stories exploring how they've navigated failure, jealousy, and redemption, and found peace in unexpected places. Among them is School of Chemistry and Biochemistry Mike Evans.

    $10, purchase in advance online