Recent News

Ethics Week 2021

Explore 2021 Ethics Week events, including an interdisciplinary panel of faculty in biological sciences, civil and environmental engineering, business, and public policy.

Researchers by campus wetlands

Georgia Tech is partnering with two Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratories to better understand how wetlands function, enabling scientists to better understand their role in controlling water quality.

Pumpkin Drop 2018

If you’re looking for Halloween fun or just a way to unwind, stop by one of these campus events this week.

Georgia Tech President Angel Cabrera

This National Hispanic Heritage Month, President Ángel Cabrera reflects on his time as a student in the College of Sciences at Georgia Tech — and speaks to recruiting and supporting more Hispanic and Latinx students and faculty in STEM.

Susan Lozier (Photo by Rob Felt)

In celebration of the U.N. International Day of the Girl, Dean Susan Lozier shares about mentoring and leadership, research and teaching excellence, building diverse communities, and creating a more equitable path for women and girls in science.

Yellowstone National Park and the Absaroka Range via Avalanche Peak summit, July 2021 (Jess Hunt-Ralston, Georgia Tech)

A multi-state network will measure aerosols to gain a better understanding of climate and public health.


The Smart Sea Level Sensors team just published a dashboard that allows for real-time flood visualization to aid in emergency planning and response in Chatham County.

Hispanic Heritage Month (Photo David Valdez, National Hispanic Heritage Month website)

“I want to make sure that other people like me can see themselves…as scientists.” Frances Rivera-Hernández, Facundo Fernández and Carlos Silva Acuña share early school day stories, why they chose science, and their perspectives on representation

Scialog® announces winners of $1.1 million for "Signatures of Life in the Universe" program.

The duo of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences associate professors are among 20 Scialog® winners of $1.1 million in funding. Glass and Reinhard are also among AGU’s latest cohort of annual awardees.

Controlled Wildland Burn

A new grant will allow Georgia Tech researchers to create strategies to protect schoolchildren from harmful wildland fire emissions