For the final newsletter of the Spring semester, the Center for Academic Success wanted to spotlight two of their successful student workers.

Summer Session Initiatives’ iGniTe Summer Launch Program, developed over the past year, will launch this summer and has already enrolled 317 summer first-year students.

On April 17th, 300+ students participated in the 13th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium. It is Georgia Tech's largest undergraduate research colloquium and is a great opportunity for students to share their research with classmates and faculty from all over campus.

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.

The Honors Program recently hosted a 10th Anniversary Celebration at the Atlanta Academy of Medicine. Click the link for photos of the event and a brief history of the Honors Program.

For the second year in a row, the Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain is hosting this satellite conference as part of the NSF-sponsored Integrated Network for Social Sustainability (INSS).

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.

Meet the newest members of the OUE team!

Ben Rapsas, a first-year Biomedical Engineering student and member of the Honors Program, to give Fall Convocation Speech.

An interview with Dr. Lacy Hodges that discusses her efforts in making the new class a reality.

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