Summer Session Initiatives at Georgia Tech, a unit within the Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE), promotes, and nurtures curricular and co-curricular activities that benefit first-year, continuing and transfer students at Georgia Tech.
GT 1000 is a one-credit hour, letter graded seminar course that has been part of Georgia Tech for over 30 years. The course is a great way to get students acclimated to life on our campus, but who teaches the instructors?
SLS, together with Emory University’s Sustainable Initiatives Office, submitted an application to the United Nations to establish a Greater Atlanta United Nations University Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development (RCE). Click below to learn more about the four-month journey that brought together over 200 stakeholders.
Governor Nathan Deal and First Lady Sandra Deal hosted the annual reception at the Governor’s Mansion to celebrate Georgia high school valedictorians and their families. OUE was there to welcome the 60+ Tech-bound valedictorians in attendance.
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.