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Raychowdhury Appointed as Motorola Solutions Foundation Professor

Arijit Raychowdhury has been appointed as the Motorola Solutions Foundation Professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), effective April 1, 2021.
May 21 2021
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Leading in the Quest for Ocean Solutions

Georgia Tech researchers tackle some of the ocean’s biggest problems
May 21 2021
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A Distinguished Career That Began at Tech

AE Alumnus Christopher Jones elected to the National Academy of Engineering 
May 13 2021
Melissa Kemp and Josh Lewis

Targeting Radiation Resistance: Why Some Tumors Are So Stubborn

Kemp lab uses genome-scale modeling to understand tumor metabolism and predict tumors’ responses to radiation therapy
May 13 2021
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Yoganathan, Platt Win AIMBE Professional Impact Awards

The organization is honoring Ajit Yoganathan with its Professional Impact Award for Education and Manu Platt with a Professional Impact Award for Diversity.
May 13 2021
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Introducing the 2020 Georgia Tech Clark Scholars

The third cohort of Georgia Tech Clark Scholars arrived on campus this past fall during the middle of the global pandemic. Things were certainly different on campus for these new students, however, they quickly bonded and began their journey at Tech together. 
May 13 2021
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Seminar: Exploring Black Engineering Graduate Students’ Simultaneous Experiences of COVID-19 and Racism-20

Interested members of the Georgia Tech community are encouraged to attend a virtual invited seminar with Brooke C. Coley who will speak on "Navigating at the Intersection of Two Pandemics: Exploring Black Engineering Graduate Students’ Simultaneous Experiences of COVID-19 and Racism-20."
May 11 2021
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From the Lab Bench to Reality

Tech Alumni Jaime Zahorian and Sarp Satir apply their ultrasound research to Butterfly Network
May 11 2021
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ChBE Student and Alum Speak at Opening of Civil Rights Memorial on Campus

Shelbe Johnson, a third-year undergraduate student in Georgia Tech’s School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, spoke on behalf of the Georgia Tech African-American Student Union at the recent opening of a civil rights memorial in Georgia Tech’s EcoCommons.
May 11 2021