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Jennifer Glass, Frank Rosenzweig, and Martha Grover represent Georgia Tech as chairs of AbSciCon 2022.

Three researchers from the Colleges of Engineering and Sciences are leading astrobiology’s largest national conference focused on the origins of life.


Kim Cobb, professor in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Power Chair, ADVANCE Professor, and director of Georgia Tech's Global Change Program

A climate scientist and professor, Cobb will depart Georgia Tech to lead IBES, an academic hub for scholars exploring the interactions between natural, human, and social systems.


Love Family Foundation Award

Several College of Sciences students were recognized for excellence this year at the annual Student Honors Celebration on Thursday, April 21.


Balloons

Faculty and staff from Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, and Physics were honored at the 2022 Faculty and Staff Honors Luncheon on Friday, April 29.


College of Sciences 2022 NSF Graduate Research Honorees: Mi Do, Claire Elbon, Tatiana Gibson, Madeleine Hardt, Emily Hughes, Tucker Lancaster, McKinley Paul.

More than a dozen College of Sciences student researchers and alumni are among nearly 90 Georgia Tech students and alumni being awarded five-year fellowships and honorable mentions for their work.


Tech Tower, Spring 2022 (Photo: Jess Hunt-Ralston)

Over 30 from College of Sciences are recognized as 2021-2022 recipients of top student honors, teaching assistant accolades, and future faculty awards — including the Institute’s prestigious Love Family Foundation Award.


Susan Lozier, Dean of the College of Sciences (Photo: Tamara Lackey)

Susan Lozier, dean and Betsy Middleton and John Clark Sutherland Chair of the College of Sciences, will serve a three-year term on the inaugural Climate Security Roundtable, a joint initiative across the U.S. Congress and the National Academies.


Researchers deploy an electromagnetic transmitter to study plate tectonics during a 2010 research expedition off the coast of Nicaragua.( Photo: Steven Constable, Scripps Institution of Oceanography)

Georgia Tech's Samer Naif co-authors study showing streams of heated rocks called mantle plumes probably play a role in creating a slippery base for tectonic plates.


Savannah Coast

The rising sea levels along Georgia’s Savannah coast and an uptick in more severe storms during hurricane season are bellwethers to looming ecological challenges stemming from climate change.


Spring Flowers on Campus

Georgia Tech will celebrate its 25th annual Earth Day with a 4-day schedule of events this week.


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