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A view of Tech Tower from Crosland Tower. Photo: Georgia Tech
More than 30 College of Sciences faculty across all six schools and the Undergraduate Program in Neuroscience are recognized by the Institute for their excellence in research and teaching.
Stephanie Reikes, a lecturer in the School of Mathematics.
More than 500 Georgia Tech students are taking advantage of self-guided, online math and statistics courses to provide free extra support for students who may need it — on campus and beyond.
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Since the early days of the Institute, Georgia Tech students have explored aspects of the mind, brain, and behavior through psychology. To commemorate 100 years of psychology at Georgia Tech, we’re taking a deep dive into its storied history.
Ruth Kanfer and Phillip Ackerman
School of Psychology Professors Ruth Kanfer and Phillip Ackerman have earned the prestigious Dunnette Prize from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).
A young participant experiencing virtual reality for the first time.
The annual Atlanta Science Festival will host over 150 science-themed events across the metro Atlanta area over three weeks this March — here’s how you can be a part of it.
An image of the A. French building on Georgia Tech's campus, which is home to the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty.
Ascend, a new career development program for mid-career faculty, launched its cohort for Spring 2024.
Artificial Intelligence
Rather than functioning as a tool, as many AIs currently do, TEAMMAIT will act more as a human teammate would,  providing constructive feedback and helping mental healthcare workers develop and learn new skills
A photo of Benjamin Freeman
The appointments recognize existing faculty within the College, and welcome new faculty members to the Institute.
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Suggestions for having a civil discussion on sensitive issues.
College of Sciences Dean Susan Lozier (top left) with 2023's new CoS Advisory Board members and board leadership. (Photo: Benjamin Zhao)
Alumni will lend their expertise to Dean Susan Lozier and College administrators regarding priorities and direction for sciences education and research.