News and Notes

Jessica Kilpatrick is a graduating with a degree in psychology and a minor in health and medical sciences.
May 4 2021

Kilpatrick, who is graduating with a degree in psychology and minor in health and medical sciences, shares that her path to a top-rated physician assistant program has been all about balancing academics and her own health — plus GT Football memories.

Brady Bove is a graduating student majoring in biomedical engineering with a minor in leadership studies and a certificate in cognitive psychology.
May 4 2021

Brady Bove reflects on biomedical engineering, leadership studies, cognitive psychology, senior design, meeting friends and her fiancé, and a favorite Georgia Tech memory — involving classical physics and a box of Sublime Doughnuts on a Friday night.

Maria Zulfiqar is graduating with a degree in psychology with the research option.
May 4 2021

Zulfiqar, who is graduating with a degree in psychology with the research option, discusses life at Georgia Tech — as a transfer student and the first woman in her family to graduate from college.

Julia Kubanek
Apr 19 2021

Julia Kubanek, professor of biological sciences and chemistry and biochemistry, and associate dean for Research in Georgia Tech’s College of Sciences, has been named vice president for Interdisciplinary Research, effective July 1.

Teaching Outdoors During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Apr 19 2021

A total of 40 awards and honors for College of Sciences instructors, thanks to high rankings from annual student evaluations of faculty

Students by Tech Tower
Apr 19 2021

Seven faculty members from five schools in the College of Sciences are among those honored with annual Spring awards from Georgia Tech's Center for Teaching and Learning that celebrate innovation in teaching.

Buzz and Tech Tower
Apr 16 2021

Eight School of Psychology graduate students and early career scientists are recognized for stellar classroom, teaching, and research achievements in 2020-2021.

Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Audrey Duarte
Mar 26 2021

In celebration of Women's History Month, Georgia Tech highlights the onward and upward trajectory of nine women across campus who are shattering the traditional "glass ceiling" — carving a path for others and for equitable recognition, respect, inclusion.

Randall Engle
Mar 22 2021

Randall Engle, honored with lifetime achievement award from Society of Experimental Psychologists, and credited with breakthroughs on attention control, continues working memory studies

Tech Tower in Early Spring
Mar 16 2021

Students, staff, faculty, will lead a dozen projects focused on building communities of excellence, catalyzing discovery and solutions, and amplifying impact. Funded by the Sutherland Chair, the work aims to achieve goals in the College’s strategic plan.