News Archive

Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice
May 3, 2018
College of Sciences alumnae Valerie Montgomery Rice and Jan Davis will address Georgia Tech Spring 2018 graduates on May 4 and 5, respectively
Libby Taylor
May 3, 2018
Georgia Tech mathematicians sparked her love for mathematics; now she's taking her extraordinary mathematical abilities to Stanford University to earn a Ph.D.
Lizzie Stubbs
May 3, 2018
Lizzie Stubbs feels well-prepared for physician assistant school, having already established good study strategies, time management skills, and work ethic at Tech.
Calvin Runnels
May 2, 2018
Oxford University is the next stop on Calvin Runnel’s amazing academic journey.
Will Overholt
May 2, 2018
At Georgia Tech, Will Overholt was part of a supportive and collegial community, with everyone going out of their way to help.
Britney Schmidt and researchers
May 1, 2018
Britney Schmidt takes researchers and grad students to search for life under the ice of Antarctica, an environment that may have a lot in common with Jupiter's moon, Europa. 
Akinade Ojemakinde
May 1, 2018
Akinade Ojekimande believes Georgia Tech has prepared him well for medical school, the next stop in his dream to be a surgeon.
Mary Elizabeth Lee
May 1, 2018
Several professors in the School of Physics inspired and mentored Mary Elizabeth Lee, who is heading to Massachusetts to earn her own Ph.D. 
Icefin Diving
April 30, 2018
A team of Georgia Institute of Technology researchers will head to West Antarctica next winter as part of an international collaboration to explore a melting glacier that could significantly affect global sea levels. The Thwaites Glacier drains the ice from an area roughly the size of Florida, accounting for around 4 percent of current global sea-level rise — an amount that has doubled since the mid-1990s and looks to be accelerating. 
Dar-Wei Chen
April 30, 2018
Georgia Tech provided Dar-Wei Chen with opportunities to apply theory to practice, which positions him well for jobs in industry.

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