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Led by the Georgia Research Alliance, the National AI Institute for Adult Learning in Online Education (ALOE) is one of 11 new NSF institutes created as part of an investment totaling $220 million.
School of Psychology’s Bruce Walker says an Olympics without spectators and their cheers could impact sports performance, depending on the athlete
Big grant news for Georgia Tech’s Covid-19 researchers, climate scientists, chemistry detectives looking to solve mystery of coral disease
Leavey has been named assistant dean for Faculty Mentoring in the College. Shepler joins the Dean’s Office as assistant dean for Teaching Effectiveness. Their collaborative leadership will execute key components of the College’s new strategic plan.
Cadonati, a physics professor and director of the Center for Relativistic Astrophysics, has also held leadership positions in LIGO — including leading its data analysis and astrophysics division at the time of the discovery of gravitational waves.
Safety, tolerance, adherence get high scores in first human trial
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.
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 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.
Julia Kubanek
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.