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Close up shot of Tech Tower in the spring with blooming flowers
Students will see no change in tuition and fees for the coming academic year.
Georgia Tech takes pride in reading aloud the name of each graduate as they receive their diploma. Photo taken May 5 by Joya Chapman.
Georgia Tech's 264th Commencement, held May 5 and 6 at Bobby Dodd Stadium, celebrated 5,673 graduates. Here are a few moments captured during the event.
Borelo Jamboree
21 projects representing all six colleges and 15 schools were presented at the Undergraduate Sustainability Education Jamboree.
U.S. News and World Report continues to rank all six College of Sciences schools among its best science schools for graduate studies.
'U.S. News and World Report' continues to rank all six College of Sciences schools among its best science schools for graduate studies. In the 2023-2024 edition, Physics rises by seven to 21, and Chemistry and Mathematics each advance into the top 20.
An exterior shot of Tech Tower, with yellow flowers visible in the foreground.
Join us in congratulating the College of Sciences students recognized for their research, academic, and teaching achievements at Georgia Tech’s annual student award celebrations.
Aerial photo of Tech Tower
This month, dozens of College of Sciences faculty and teaching assistants are recognized by Georgia Tech for their excellence in instruction and research.
Harrison Square was the setting April 18 for the Spring Sciences Celebration of the College of Sciences. (Photo Jess Hunt-Ralston)
Spring Sciences Celebration in Harrison Square recognizes excellence in research, teaching, service
Steven Chu (Credit: Imke Lass/Redux)
Physicist Steven Chu was the first person appointed to the U.S. Cabinet after having won a Nobel Prize. On April 26, he will deliver a public lecture at Georgia Tech on climate change and innovative paths towards a more sustainable future.
Randy Engle
Two teams from Georgia Tech have been awarded a combined $15 million from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) for basic research projects as part of the Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) program.
The campus community is invited to participate in this kick-off event for Earth Month.