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Georgia Tech will celebrate its 25th annual Earth Day with a 4-day schedule of events this week.
Joined by alumni and friends, the College of Sciences welcomes new professors, presents annual faculty honors alongside inaugural staff and research faculty awards in recognition of individual excellence and community accomplishments.
Science Square
Now named Science Square, the development will be a mixed-use innovation community that includes commercial lab space as well as residential real estate and retail opportunities.
Nearly 50 College of Sciences faculty are receiving Center for Teaching and Learning awards for excellence in teaching.
Female Founders is open to startup teams that are founded or co-founded by women, with 25 chosen for each cohort. The program is open to all Georgia Tech students, community teams, and researchers from other institutions in the U.S. Apply by April 7.
U.S. News ranks all six schools among the best in the nation for graduate studies, with Biology rising by 17, Earth Sciences by 10, Mathematics by five, and Psychology by six. Specialty programs also take home high marks, with six in the top 20.
The campus community is invited to participate in a variety of events that increase awareness of and encourage actions that advance the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
In his tenure at Tech, Alonzo Whyte, academic advisor for the Health and Medical Sciences Minor and B.S. in Neuroscience, has seen a diversity of routes for students on the path to a pre-health career. Today he shares advice, insights, and resources.
Spencer Garcia, Emily Gleaton, Paulina Maxim, Lucas Provine chosen for Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) funding to keep pursuing “highest degree available in their course study.”
Through the Little Einsteins Organization, Georgia Tech students are creating at-home science kits, collaborating with K-5 schools and local libraries, and using Zoom to keep Atlanta's youngest scientists and engineers engaged in STEM.