Dr. Don Pearl, director of the Center for Academic Success, recaps the second year of reading day study sessions. This year CAS provide sessions for calculus, linear algebra, introductory physics, introductory chemistry and organic chemistry. Nearly 700 students attended.
Every spring, Georgia Tech celebrates the achievements of two outstanding undergraduate academic advisors: one staff advisor, for whom advising is the primary role, and one faculty member, who carries teaching or research obligations in addition to advising.
Georgia Tech undergraduate filmmakers, at all levels of experience, were invited to compete in the "2017 Project One Film Scramble." 14 teams participated in the inaugural Project One Film Scramble. Click the link below for information on the 4 winning teams and links to their submissions.
Over the past year SLS has gone to great lengths to add useful information to their website. In addition to the new look, there is a significant increase in available resources for students, Georgia Tech faculty, and community partners.
Atlanta was recently selected (out of 1000 total applications) to participate in the 100 Resilient Cities challenge. Dr. Hirsch was asked to join a list of notable Atlanta-based companies to be on the city's steering committee.