A little something from my days at Georgia Tech ....
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
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).
Some impressive Scholar Athletes!
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.
Tales from the Engineers ....
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. http://magazine.coe.gatech.edu/s…/first-person-david-torello
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.
Congratulations Dr. Weitz!
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.
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.