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2017 December 4
Steve Cross, executive vice president for research (EVPR), recently informed me that he intends to step down at the end of June 2018, at which time he will resume his research faculty position at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). In his 14 years at Georgia Tech, Steve has truly done an outstanding job in various senior leadership roles. Over the past seven years, he has served as Georgia Tech’s first EVPR, supporting research and thought leadership, enhancing the innovation ecosystem, and improving and sustaining the research support infrastructure at Georgia Tech.
2017 November 30
Greetings from Georgia Institute of Technology, where our students will soon be finishing up final exams and taking a well-deserved holiday break! In the spirit of the season, we invite you to take a quick virtual tour of the past year via the Institute's digital holiday card from a perch that few experience — inside the Ramblin' Wreck, Georgia Tech's beloved mechanical mascot.
2017 November 7
One day each year is dedicated to honoring America's service men and women who have done so much, our military veterans. While we will stand in solidarity with our veterans on this Veterans Day, Nov. 11, here at Georgia Tech we are working every day in many different venues to improve the lives of these dedicated Americans and the service branches they so proudly represent.
2017 November 3
In our ongoing effort to address the challenges brought to light by the events earlier this semester, the three Action Teams — “Student Mental Health,” “Campus Culture,” and “LGBTQIA Community Support” — have completed their tasks and submitted their respective reports.
2017 October 25
Homecoming is among the liveliest times of the year on the Georgia Tech campus, and it’s always great fun to connect with so many Yellow Jackets who have helped make the Institute into a world-class university. With an exciting 38-24 victory over Wake Forest under the lights at Bobby Dodd Stadium, it’s hard to imagine how the weekend could have gone better. In addition to our regular homecoming festivities, we had a naming celebration ceremony for the Roger A. and Helen B. Engineered Biosystems Building, and hosted Government Leaders Day.