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Five College of Design instructors win the 2016 Class of 1940 Course Survey Teaching Effectiveness Award
Two College of Design students are featured in a project through the Office of International Education with StoryCorps Atlanta.
As a finalist for the award, TechSAge was highlighted for its innovations in making environments more accessible to aging populations, and in creating a more user-friendly world—no matter what our abilities or age.
Nancey Green Leigh is the principal investigator of a new $784,887 grant from the NSF National Robotics Initiative to study the U.S. robotics industry and the economic impacts of robotics technology.
Join us for the opening reception of the School of Architecture’s biggest exhibition of the year showcasing the work of our talented students. Opening from 5-7p.
On Friday, April 7, 2017, Schools of Architecture, City & Regional Planning, and Public Policy will once again collaborate to help employers recruit the best career-minded design and planning students.
This symposium addresses the concept of phantasmagoria in architecture, unearthing its various manifestations in the contemporary culture of spectacle.
McLennan will discuss how projects like the Living Building at Georgia Tech advance current global trends in regenerative building and serve as a catalyst for change in the Southeast.
Mar 15 to Apr 7
Design Divergence featuring current PhD student work from all five schools in the College of Design and aims to set the tone for new conversations on research in design at Georgia Tech.