Physicist Steven Chu was the first person appointed to the U.S. Cabinet after having won a Nobel Prize. On April 26, he will deliver a public lecture at Georgia Tech on climate change and innovative paths towards a more sustainable future.
Join us in congratulating the College of Sciences students recognized for their research, academic, and teaching achievements at Georgia Tech’s annual student award celebrations.
This month, dozens of College of Sciences faculty and teaching assistants are recognized by Georgia Tech for their excellence in instruction and research.
21 projects representing all six colleges and 15 schools were presented at the Undergraduate Sustainability Education Jamboree.
Spring Sciences Celebration in Harrison Square recognizes excellence in research, teaching, service
Over the 10-year history of the Atlanta Science Festival, the events planned by the faculty and students of STEMcomm have become a staple. We talked with the team to learn what STEMcomm is all about.
The campus community is invited to participate in this kick-off event for Earth Month.
The campus community is invited to participate in a variety of events that increase awareness of and encourage actions that advance the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
The team’s six-year grant is part of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s (HHMI) Inclusive Excellence 3 initiative, and is one of 104 new grants funded through an overall initiative that’s allocating $60 million over six years and several phases.
Over 15 faculty from the College of Sciences have been recognized for their teaching excellence by Georgia Tech’s Center for Teaching and Learning in the Fall 2022 Course Instructor Opinion Survey.