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Dr. Neha Garg
The funding will support the protection and restoration of water quality, corals and seagrass in South Florida. 

March 2, 2020
Valerie Montgomery Rice, Georgia Tech alumna, President and Dean of Morehouse School of Medicine, and recipient of the Georgia Tech Alumni Association’s Dean Griffin Community Service Award. (Photo Kaylinn Gilstrap, Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine.)
Valerie Montgomery Rice (BS Chemistry '83), the first woman selected to be president of Morehouse School of Medicine, is one of eight Georgia Tech alumni and friends to be chosen as a 2020 White and Gold Honors recipient, and is the recipient of the 2020 Dean Griffin Community Service Award.

February 26, 2020
Alonzo Whyte
Alonzo Whyte is just in his first year as a faculty member of the Neuroscience program at Georgia Tech, but his positive outlook and appreciation for diversity is already shining brightly.

February 24, 2020
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Calling all passionate CoS staff and faculty! Teach Explore Living Learning Communities sections in GT 1000 this fall.

February 24, 2020
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Calling Georgia Tech students, faculty, and researchers to collaborate with Oak Ridge National Lab!

February 24, 2020
Todorokite (Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons)
Manganese oxide is found all over nature, and it plays an important role in ecological processes. Scientists want to understand that role better, but it's been difficult to recreate the form of manganese oxide known as todorokite in laboratory settings. A research group from the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences says it's been able to discover some of the secrets of this mineral's mysterious processes.

February 20, 2020
Building Blocks of the Strategic Plan
Thousands of people focused on the future of Georgia Tech by helping us complete phase one — visioning and drafting — of Georgia Tech’s strategic planning process. Now, the process moves into the goal-setting phase that will include an opportunity for review and input from the Georgia Tech community.

February 20, 2020
Crystal Bell at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
When it comes to Black History Month, Crystal Bell is grateful for an opportunity to highlight the academic, cultural, and historical achievements of African American figures.

February 19, 2020
Lewis Wheaton is also director of the Cognitive Motor Control Lab.
Lewis Wheaton celebrates diversity and promotes cultural inclusion all months of the year. However, during Black History Month, Wheaton takes a special opportunity to recognize African-American culture and history. 

February 19, 2020
Georgia Tech President Angel Cabrera and Daniel Gurevich at the USG Academic Recognition Day Awards Feb. 11. (Photo by Angel Cabrera)
Daniel Gurevich's 2020 is off to a great start. Gurevich is the recipient of a University System of Georgia's Academic Recognition Day Award for his work on completing bachelors degrees in three majors: mathematics, physics, and industrial and systems engineering. The May candidate for graduation is also an international chess master.

February 18, 2020
A dying cancer cell with filopodia stretched out to its right. The protrusions help cancer migrate. Stock NIH NCMIR image. The image does not display a cell treated in the Georgia Tech study. Credit: NIH-funded image of HeLa cell / National Center for Mic
A new study from the School of Biological Sciences raises questions about the chances for cancer to develop in human cells. The research, led by Professor John McDonald, is testing a widely-held hypothesis that involves how many mutations in tumor-suppressing genes are needed for the onset and development of the disease.

February 18, 2020