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Bill Stanley was Georgia Tech's first African-American architecture graduate. His wife, Ivenue Love-Stanley, was the first African-American woman to earn her ar...chitecture degree at Tech. They met on his last day on campus and her first day on campus in 1972. Together they designed the Olympic Aquatic Center built on campus to host swimming, diving, and water polo at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. #BlackHistoryMonth

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If drones can work together, maybe there is hope for humans!

Drones could work together to carry wounded soldiers or disaster victims out of harm's way, thanks to research by assistant professor Jonathan Rogers (ME).

Drone technology is quickly evolving –no longer just for military use, these flying robots now have a place within commercial enterprise. Also known as unmanned aerial vehicles, drones today have practical applications, like delivering packages for Amazon or allowing realtors to take aerial video ...

Some impressive Scholar Athletes!

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Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech

ISyE student and Georgia Tech Women's Basketball player Chanin Scott (pictured here with ME student and Georgia Tech Men's Basketball player Ben Lammers) talks about balancing her engineering studies with her intense basketball schedule:

Go Jackets!

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ACC basketball action is heating up, but that doesn't mean Ben Lammers (ME) and Chanin Scott (ISyE) can ease up on their studies.

Find out how the two hoopsters balance being elite athletes with their engineering coursework.

Want to learn more about Microbes that move from water to air? Check out this article from the Ga Tech College of Engineering!

Joe Brown's research focuses on microbes that move from water to air, spreading disease in places like Puerto Rico that have limited access to clean running water.

In September, Hurricane Maria devastated the U.S. island of Puerto Rico, ravaging it with 150 mile per hour winds and more than 20 inches of rain. In the aftermath of the storm, three million people are still without power, and one million are without running water. Contaminated wells and surface wa...

Tales from the Engineers ....

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David Torello, lecturer in the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, talks to Georgia Tech Engineers Magazine about his early interest in engineering and the path that brought him to teach at Tech.…/first-person-david-torello

Originally, when I was applying to be a mechanical engineering student, all I knew was that I liked technology. I played with computers as a kid, and I took autoshop in high school, but I didn’t really have a firm idea of what I wanted to do within engineering. So when it came time to fill out my ...

Honored to cover the SEC Distinguished Service Awards program for Vanderbilt on Friday evening. Met some true Legends in the SEC and History making men in SEC sports!

Please see the slide show at the bottom of the page.

The Southeastern Conference honored Vanderbilt and league legends Godfrey Dillard and Perry Wallace on Friday in Atlanta with the league's Michael L. Slive Award.…/Engrs-Mag_Fall2017_issuu.p…

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Congratulations Dr. Weitz!

What does Georgia Tech have to do with viral ecology? Plenty, with Georgia Tech Biological Sciences Joshua Weitz leading the charge. Congrats Joshua on your election as AAAS Fellow!

Scholar, educator, award-winning book author, interdisciplinary innovator, and shaper of future scientists, Joshua S. Weitz wears many hats at Georgia Tech, but his influence reaches far beyond. For his contributions to the field of viral ecology, Joshua Weitz has been elected a fellow of the Americ...
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Faculty & Students alike @ Georgia Tech's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering have focus like a laser!

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Check out Ga Tech's School of Chemical & Bimolecular Engineering's 2017 Magazine featuring several of our images ....

ChBE's 2017 magazine is now available online, highlighting the School's research as well as faculty, student, and alumni achievements.

News from Georgia Tech's School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

What can you learn about a person in five minutes? A lot.

Here's what we found out about AE professor and head of the High-Power Electric Propulsion Laboratory, Mitchell Walker.

You can learn a lot about someone in just five minutes, and first impressions can leave a lasting impact. Sometimes, it only takes five minutes to learn something new, connect over shared interests, or change a person’s mind. It’s just enough time to leave an indelible mark that can last a lifetime....

2016 Deans Report for Georgia Tech's Scheller College of Busniness

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