Monitoring Coronavirus

The health and safety of our community are the College’s top priority, while also ensuring the quality of education continues as we work towards the end of the semester. Classes have re-started formally as online instruction as of March 30.

News

Georgia Tech's College of Engineering consistently produces articles, content, and videos highlighting the students, research, and work Creating the Next in the College.

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The Fight Against COVID

Engineers Kolby Hanley and Lee Whitcher leverage just-in-time manufacturing to create respirator parts to address the shortage of health care equipment 
Apr 2 2020

The Georgia Tech Community Treks the Virtual Pi Mile

The Georgia Tech family ran a different kind of Pi Mile this year, focused on social distancing and personal routes.
Mar 31 2020

Running the Virtual, Unofficial Pi Mile 5K Race

Even though we cannot get together this year to run the Georgia Tech Pi Mile Road Race, we can still get outside with appropriate social distancing and run (or walk). This unofficial effort is a School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering initiative that has been expanded to all of the Georgia Tech community.
Mar 27 2020

Do-It-Yourself Medical Devices and Protective Gear Fuel Battle Against COVID-19

The race is on to improvise ventilators, face shields, respirators, surgical gowns, disinfectant wipes, and other healthcare gear to help the hundreds of thousands of people expected to swamp hospitals with waves of critical COVID-19 illness over the next several weeks.
Mar 27 2020

Engineering a Medical Degree

Biomedical engineering student Katie Zhu imagines her future in medicine
Mar 25 2020

A Woman of Firsts: Martha Moss Quo

In celebration of Women’s History Month, the textile engineer and oldest living female graduate discusses her time at Tech and being a woman in STEM
Mar 19 2020

Letter from Dean Steve McLaughlin

As Spring Break week continues, I'd like to thank everyone in the College of Engineering for the quick action, collaboration, flexibility and focus on the health and safety of our entire community - students, faculty and staff. The many stories I have already heard of the community coming together are reassuring that we will be stronger and better together in the face of this unprecedented challenge.
Mar 17 2020

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