College of Engineering and College of Sciences leverage grant to drive diversity across all graduate programs
School of Psychology researcher wins NSF subcontract for measuring AI’s effectiveness in classrooms, along with funding for a U.S. Air Force-related project studying team dynamics in training
Staff advocacy and advisory group gets ready to meet to address challenges, opportunities for growth
Although the pandemic and travel visas interrupted schedules for several first-years who planned to study on campus this fall, accommodations in Shenzhen, China and Metz, France are helping students start their academic careers on time, with their peers.
Ann Pearman, Mackenzie Hughes, and Clara Coblenz of the School of Psychology join North Carolina State University researchers in sharing alarming reported symptoms and significant mental health risks.
As we start fall semester and a fresh school year, second year neuroscience major Annabelle Thomas joins Fredrick Holloman, a learning specialist and academic coach in Georgia Tech Tutoring & Academic Support, to share top tips for a successful semester.
An new app made available to Georgia Tech faculty, staff and students uses smartphones to help control the coronavirus.
A new at-home polysomnography kit, built by Audrey Duarte and W. Hong Yeo, proposes a path to getting data and a better night’s sleep — thanks to a new, unobtrusive nanotech device.
Kathryn Lanier (PhD Chem 17), Maria Soto-Giron (PhD BI 18), Nseabasi Ufot (Psy 02) are included in a new program designed to recognize the achievements of Georgia Institute of Technology alumni who are improving the human condition.
GT-ORNL still has funding available for graduate, postdoc students in wide range of disciplines.