Equipment purchased with Tech Fees make a huge difference in putting sophisticated instrumentation into Georgia Tech's teaching labs, say College of Sciences administrators, giving undergraduates experiences that are beyond those typically found at other institutions of higher learning.
During International Education Week, the College of Sciences celebrates the impact of international perspectives, connection, and contributions in our community.
One of Georgia Tech’s core values, “We act ethically,” guides our priorities every day. Explore 2021 Ethics Week events, including an interdisciplinary panel of faculty in biological sciences, civil and environmental engineering, business, and public policy discussing teaching ethics and preparing students for ethical dilemmas in their careers.
It’s Homecoming week at Georgia Tech, but with Halloween coming this weekend, there are other kinds of spirits on campus this week as well.
President Ángel Cabrera is among just a handful of Hispanic leaders to helm a major U.S. university. This National Hispanic Heritage Month, he reflects on his time as a student in the College of Sciences at Georgia Tech — and speaks to the critical role of recruiting and supporting more Hispanic and Latinx students and faculty in STEM.
In celebration of the U.N. International Day of the Girl, College of Sciences Dean Susan Lozier shares about mentoring and leadership, early education, research and teaching excellence, building diverse communities, and creating a more equitable path for women and girls in science.
Georgia Tech Sciences, Engineering, and Space: For a Longtime Campus Partnership, the Sky’s Still The Limit
The partnership on space STEM projects involving the Colleges of Sciences and Engineering hasn't just led to work and research on NASA's plans to return to the Moon. Georgia Tech is also equipping the space agency and wider aerospace industry with graduates who have been uniquely trained for their next career steps.
Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month: Faculty Perspectives on Representation, Mentoring, Leadership in STEM
“I want to make sure that other people like me can see themselves…as scientists.” Frances Rivera-Hernández, Facundo Fernández and Carlos Silva Acuña share early school day stories, why they chose science, and their perspectives on representation.
Watch the 2021 State of the School address by Interim Chair Schatz