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A letter from Susan Lozier, Dean and Betsy Middleton and John Clark Sutherland Chair
Work by scientists in all six schools earns recognition and continued research opportunities
Georgia Tech honors faculty elected this year to National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, and American Academy of Arts and Sciences — including three members of the College of Sciences.
This year, a record 49 graduate students and postdocs received the Tech to Teaching certificate and 68 participants received the CIRTL certificate.
Georgia Tech Historical Marker (Photo: Rob Felt)
Two months after a rapid evolution to remote learning and teaching, College of Sciences students, faculty, and graduate teaching assistants share perspectives, challenges, surprises, and what they’ve learned together — apart.
The three Georgia Tech faculty members elected to the National Academy of Scienes in 2020: Marilyn Brown, Randall Engle, and Arkadi Nemirovski.
Election to the Academy is among the highest honors a scientist can achieve.
Stacey Bass, grants administrator for School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences and School of Psychology, honored with a top annual staff award
Rahnev will map the brain’s landscape and study concurrent ‘transcranial magnetic stimulation-functional magnetic resonance imaging’ (TMS-fMRI), through two major NIH proposals
students celebrating graduation
Join Georgia Tech for a virtual graduation celebration on Friday, May 1!
Dobromir Rahnev’s psychology research includes A.I., computer modeling to improve U.S. Navy and Marine Corps job skills training.

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