News Archive

Phil Ackerman, professor, Psychology
June 6, 2019
The 2019 Julius E. Uhlaner Award for outstanding contributions in research on military selection and recruitment from the American Psychological Association (APA) Division 19 has been awarded to Phillip Ackerman's Knowledge and Skill Lab.
Michael Evans
June 4, 2019
Michael Evans is the freshman chemistry laboratory coordinator in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry. In this essay, originally published in The Xylom, he examines the challenges in research in chemistry education. 
Elena Shinohara (By Georgia Tech)
May 29, 2019
Biochemistry major Elena Shinohara keeps a disciplined life to maintain her status as a world-class rhythmic gymnast.
School of Psychology Professor Christopher Hertzog
May 23, 2019
Christopher Hertzog, a professor in the School of Psychology who studies age-related declines in memory and cognition, has been chosen by the Gerontological Society of America for its 2019 Distinguished Career Contribution to Gerontology Award.
President Bud Peterson
May 22, 2019
To celebrate the International Year of the Periodic Table, Tech students, faculty, and staff talk about their favorite elements. For May, we have President G.P. "Bud" Peterson, the 11th president of Georgia Institute of Technology.
Group A Streptococci NIAID
May 20, 2019
Those same antibiotics driving antibiotic resistance could also help defeat it if used with the right strategy. Making it work would require companion health strategies like staying home from work when carrying resistant bacteria.

May 15, 2019
Elena Shinohara is a rhythmic gymnast. This type of gymnastics is performed solely on the floor and involves equipment like clubs, balls, and ribbons. Think figure skating, but without the ice.
2019 TA and Future Faculty Awards Day
May 15, 2019
College of Sciences students who work closely with faculty are among those honored during end-of-year festivities at the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Artists and art inspired by the periodic table: Ruthvik Chandrasekaran, Anna Starr, and Nishalini Shanmugan
May 14, 2019
Twenty-eight students submitted to the section for art inspired by the periodic table or chemical elements. In addition to paintings and photographs, the entries included poetry, drawings, sculptures, and digital art pieces.The diverse creative expressions yielded mind-opening and fresh perspectives of the periodic table. Top honors went to three College of Engineering students.
Pioneers of B.S. in Neuroscience
May 9, 2019
Initiated in fall 2017, the B.S. in Neuroscience program has graduated its first students. Seven neuroscience majors graduating in May 2019 were among those students who changed their major to neuroscience as soon as the program was announced.