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A view of Tech Tower from Crosland Tower. Photo: Georgia Tech
College of Sciences faculty members were celebrated by their students for outstanding teaching and educational impact.
Close up shot of Tech Tower in the spring with blooming flowers
273 academic and research faculty members from across the Institute received promotions during the spring semester. We are thankful for their contributions and honored to celebrate their accomplishments.
A view of Tech Tower from Crosland Tower. Photo: Georgia Tech
This fall, the College of Sciences will debut three new minors, a new Ph.D. program, and a new “4+1” B.S./M.S. degree program. 
2024’s Special Emphasis panel discussion and associated journal Special Issue will be on “How do we define cognitive maps”
The Spring Sciences Celebration of the College of Sciences took place May 8 at Harrison Square. (Photo Amy Kim)
Members of the College of Sciences community gathered at Harrison Square on May 8 to recognize outstanding faculty and staff as part of the 2023-2024 academic year Spring Sciences Celebration.
Georgia Tech (Allison Carter)
The new interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Neuroscience and Neurotechnology is expected to enroll its first graduate students in Fall 2025. Sciences will also offer a new Minor in Neuroscience, beginning Fall 2024.
Faculty and Staff Honors Luncheon
The annual Faculty and Staff Honors Luncheon took place Friday, April 26.
Students learned more about internship opportunities during a Career Center event in collaboration with Brandsafway.
The College of Sciences is cultivating new career programs, with several additional internship efforts and a new internship database slated to launch in the upcoming school year.
On April 19, 2024, the Center for Teaching and Learning hosted the annual TA and Future Faculty Awards Day Ceremony to honor Teaching Assistants (TAs) at Georgia Tech.
The Center for Teaching and Learning recently hosted an annual ceremony to honor Teaching Assistants (TAs) at Georgia Tech, celebrating excellence in teaching throughout the Institute and acknowledging the invaluable role TAs and future faculty play.
Rozell was joined by BRAIN Initiative Director John J. Ngai, clinical collaborators, and a family whose lives have been transformed by this work.
Chris Rozell traveled to Washington, D.C. to share the impacts of the past decade of brain research funded by the NIH BRAIN Initiative with Congress — and share with local representatives how Georgia Tech is playing a key role in leading the charge.

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