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With Sandwiches, Basic Necessities, Jordine Jones Supports Atlanta’s Homeless
The ISyE student has cofounded a student chapter of Lifting Our Voices to connect with her city and make a tangible impact.
Black History Month: Atlanta Change-Makers
Meet some of the Georgia Tech engineers and others making a difference in Atlanta, adding to the city's rich history of achievements from the Black community.
ME's Lauren Paulson Wins Brooke Owens Fellowship
Paulson will intern with Virgin Orbit this summer as part of the fellowship program, which recognizes exceptional undergraduate women and gender minorities interested in space and aviation.
Researchers Find Unexpected Interactions in Formation of Secondary Organic Aerosol in Atmosphere
The discovery sheds new light on mixing of volatile organic compounds in the atmosphere, important for understanding their impact on the climate and human health.
After Milestone Launch, Yellow Jacket Space Program Is Shooting for the Stars
The group launched the largest rocket ever constructed by Georgia Tech students with eyes on becoming the first collegiate team to reach space.
ECE's Lim, Milor, Qureshi Elevated to IEEE Fellow
Fellow is the highest grade of membership in the professional society and a recognized career highlight for extraordinary contributions to the field.
$2.3B Qcells Solar Power Investment Holds Major Potential for Georgia
MSE and ECE researchers are at the forefront of technology and research that could help revamp clean energy infrastructure in our state.
NASA Picks ECE Alumnus to Lead Exploration Ground Systems Program
Shawn Quinn will oversee the team responsible for developing and operating the systems necessary to process and launch NASA’s Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft on Artemis moon missions.
Researchers Find That to Achieve Long-Term Sustainability, Urban Systems Must Tackle Social Justice and Equity
CEE's Joe Bozeman led an international group that identified three core focus areas to achieve urban sustainability, including ensuring innovations don't overlook low-income communities or people of color.
NRE Graduate Student Selected for IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship
Patience Lamb will receive a scholarship and have an opportunity to pursue an internship facilitated by the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Researchers Create Smaller, Cheaper Flow Batteries for Clean Energy
ChBE, CEE team's small battery cells are a first step toward more economical storage of energy from renewable sources like solar and wind power.
ECE Teams Receive $65 Million Grant for JUMP 2.0 Intelligent Machine Research Centers
Researchers will focus on AI cognition and intelligent sensing to action with Semiconductor Research Corporation and DARPA support.
Forbes 30 Under 30 Features Five Georgia Tech Engineers
The five alumni are creating personalized orthopedic devices, building solar mini-grids in Africa, developing radar technology for self-driving vehicles, and more.