OUE in the Daily Digest
November 15 - Task Force Examines Ways to Improve Academic Advising
"The task force began meeting in 2017 to examine academic advising at Georgia Tech and make recommendations to improve programs and practices."
November 1 - Whistle While You Work
"Ever had to pause a conversation to wait for the whistle to sound? What's it like when your office is right next-door?"
September 14 - Top Tips for the Career Fair
"We asked alumni, recruiters, students, and career services professionals for their advice going into next week's event."
September 13 - Tech Students Selected for Millennium Fellowship
"Eighteen students will participate in the leadership development program from the United Nations Academic Impact and the Millennium Campus Network."
July 19 - Kamienski Receives Astronaut Scholarship
"Mechanical engineering major Emily Kamienski was one of 50 students from 36 universities to receive the award from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation."
June 8 - Students Engage in Equity Efforts with Living Building
"Eleven undergraduate and graduate students are serving as Living Building Equity Champions to contribute to equity, sustainability, and diversity efforts for the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design."
April 24 - Exceptional Staff
"Outstanding Tech employees were recognized at the Faculty and Staff Honors Luncheon on April 11."
April 9 - Student Films Tackle the Subject of Happiness
"Select films from this year's Film Scramble will be shown on the big screen at a premiere event Wednesday in the Student Center Theater."
April 5 - ACC InVenture Prize Returns to Georgia Tech
"Nearly 40 student entrepreneurs from Atlantic Coast Conference universities will compete for $30,000 in cash prizes on Friday."
March 15 - UltraView wins 2018 InVenture Prize
"Kolby Hanley, a materials science and engineering major, transferred to Tech last year. Now, he's won $20,000, a free patent filing, and a spot in Georgia Tech's Flashpoint accelerator."
March 13 - 10 Years of the InVenture Prize
"The annual innovation competition takes place Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Ferst Center for the Arts. Meet this year's finalists and see where past ones have ended up."
March 12 - Applications Open for GT1000, GT2000 Instructors
"Georgia Tech's first-year and transfer seminar courses are taught by faculty and staff volunteers. An information session will take place this week."
February 19 - Summer Tuition Will Be Charged Per Credit Hour
"Students who plan to enroll in classes this summer may be able to look forward to saving money."
February 18 - Finalists Selected for 2018 InVenture Prize
"This year marks the 10th anniversary of the annual student innovation competition. Safer medical devices, better tasting coffee, and an aiming tool for competitive archery are among the finalists."
January 24 - Law School Reps Come to Campus Jan. 30
"Tech students, postdoctoral fellows, and alumni will be able to talk with representatives from more than 75 law schools across the country on campus next week."
January 19 - 2 Students Earn Astronaut Scholarships
"Sophia Guldberg, a biochemistry major, and Mike Van Akin, an aerospace engineering major, were honored on campus at the end of the fall semester. This is the first time two Tech students have received the prestigious award."
January 18 - Spring Career Fair Coming Next Week
"Faculty, staff, and students can learn about the search and provide input during a campuswide town hall on Tuesday, Feb. 6."
January 16 - Campus Snapshot
"Students volunteered at locations throughout the city on Monday for the MLK Day of Service. One group did cleanup with the West Atlanta Watershed Alliance."
January 12 - Get Recruiter-Ready with Mock Interviews
"The Center for Career Discovery and Development will host mock interviews — with real potential employers — and resume workshops next week."
December 19 - University System Honors Tech Staff Members
"Two individuals and two teams were honored by the University System of Georgia for dedication to excellence and service to the campus community and beyond."
November 21 - Biochemistry Student Named Rhodes Scholar
"Calvin Runnels is one of 32 American students this year to earn what is considered one of the world’s most prestigious scholarships. Runnels will pursue postgraduate work at the University of Oxford."