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Mondays from 10am-5pm, all play is Free for GT students, faculty and staff.
Temporary exhibit featuring 51 handmade books.
The Office of the Arts presents the second annual Arts@Tech Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit.
Food drive for GT students in need
The fall Ph.D. Commencement Ceremony will take place Friday, Dec. 14, at 9 a.m. at McCamish Pavilion.
The fall Master’s Ceremony will take place Friday, December 14, at 3 p.m. at McCamish Pavilion.
End of Term - Fall 2018
Online for students after 6:00 pm Eastern Time.
FEEDBACK CONTROL OF MACROPHAGES AND MICROGLIA TO REGULATE NEUROINFLAMMATORY DYNAMICS
Learn CPR and how to use an AED
Hands-on training required for anyone handling radioactive materials
Georgia Tech will be closed on January 1, 2019, in observance of the New Year's Day holiday.
Advancing Multi-scale Modeling of Penetrometer Insertion in Granular Materials
Time tickets will post for all eligible students for Phase II registration for Spring 2019
Current Students - Registration ends at 4:00 pm Eastern Time Jan. 11
Graduate students and up to two guests can attend the basketball game and pre-game celebration for free.
Dates to remember for students who live on campus in Spring 2019.
First Day of Class - Spring 2019
Show off your hoop skills at the annual RoundBall Classic Tournament.
A seminar by Dr. Michael Sori, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
The mechanical properties of metastatic cancer cells can be modulated to better migrate through tissues.
Training for individuals operating an x-ray machine
New graduate and undergraduate teaching assistants should attend TAO.
Learn how to make an effective resume (for graduate students).
Basic and advanced lab safety requirements and best practices
This workshop will bring together various national and international stakeholders to identify urban thermal climate challenges, and ways of addressing these.
Learn how to translate the SDS into information you can use
Metabolomics Analysis of Respirofermentative Phenotypes
Learn how to use GT's chemical inventory system
Learn basic skills to keep you safe in GT labs
Learn your rights and satisfy this initial or annual requirement
Learn to create a professional image (for graduate students).
Episode 2 of the Redesigning Cities lecture and podcast series is titled "Retrofitting Suburbia Too"
Learn how to set goals you'll actually achieve in this webinar for OMSCS students.
Learn how to craft an effective resume, prepare for a career fair, and how to talk to a recruiter
A seminar by Dr. Joseph O'Rourke, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Adaptive Power Management for Cyber-physical System
Optimizing High Locality Memory References in Cache Coherent Shared Memory Multi-core Processors
The 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Campus Celebration begins with a tour of historical destinations in Alabama.
All first-year and transfer students must complete part 1 & 2 of both AlcoholEdu and Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduate Students.
Last day to register, make schedule changes, and/or drop courses without a "W" grade for Spring 2019 by 4:00 pm ET. No changes to audit mode permitted after the registration/schedule change deadline.
Set in a postindustrial Rust Belt city in the 1990s, The End of TV explores the quest to find meaning amid a constant barrage of commercial images.
Last day to register for the 2019 InVenture Prize.
NCR will host a day in the College of Computing Building commons and evening Tech Talk at NCR Global Headquarters.
“High-speed Imaging of Real-time, Brain-wide Activity” - Elizabeth Hillman, Ph.D. - Columbia University
Payment Deadline - Spring 2019
The School of History and Sociology presents the first speaker in the Spring 2019 Speakers Series, Dr. Carol Anderson from Emory University.
Learn how to master the art of interviewing (for graduate students).
Last day to apply to the Peer Advisor program!
Are you interested in interning abroad? These sessions are intended to give an overview of the global internship program and resources to help you on your search.
A seminar by Dr. Wing Yin "Winnie" Chu, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Capital One will host a day in the College of Computing Building commons and evening Tech Talk.
"Cooperation is in our Nature: Using Image Guided Genomics to Probe Collective Invasion" - Adam Marcus, Ph.D. - Emory University
Classroom training required for anyone handling radioactive materials
Stryker will host a day in the College of Computing Building commons and evening Tech Talk.
Georgia Tech will be closed in observance of the M.L.K, Jr. National Holiday.
Join the the fourth annual IAC Graduate Student paper conference scheduled for Friday, January 25, 2019 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Stephen C. Hall Building, Room 102.
Spring 2019 Thesis Information Session
Georgia Institute of Technology
631 Cherry Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30332-0321