AI Governance Hackathon | Saturday April 23, 2022

Columbia Effective Altruism and Roosevelt at Columbia have organized an AI policy hackathon on Saturday, April 23 from 9am to 7pm EDT, open to virtual and in-person participants! No prior experience with AI governance or policy writing is required. Up to $3,000 in prizes available. As artificial intelligence is expected to have a dramatic influence on our world in the coming decades, it’s increasingly urgent to develop policies for governments and corporations to reduce risks from advanced AI. During the hackathon, your team of 1–4 people will write and present…

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Majok Marier: Lost Boy of Sudan | April 22, 2022

The GT Office of Undergraduate Education Equity Collective invites all students, faculty, and staff to hear from Sudanese Civil War refugee, Majok Marier, on April 22 from 1-2 p.m. Majok, one of the thousands of children known as the “Lost Boys and Girls of Sudan,” will talk about his experiences in 1983 escaping the second Sudanese Civil War and his non-profit organization, Wells for Hope for South Sudan. Wells for Hope has worked to bring water wells to villages near Rumbek, South Sudan – his home – over the past several years.…

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IAC Only Student Listening Session | April 22, 2022

As this academic year comes to a close, the IAC Diversity and Inclusion Council would like to take the opportunity to have an honest conversation about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the Ivan Allen College. They will be hosting a listening session FOR students BY students to talk about issues and ideas for addressing DEI in the college. All IAC students are invited to join them for open conversation and pizza. The session will take place on Friday, April 22, 2022, at 1:30 pm in room 102 of the Stephen…

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CIA Director William Burns @ GT | Thursday April 14, 2022

CIA Director William Burns will be visiting Georgia Tech to talk to students about his experience as the first career diplomat to be sworn in as CIA director. He will also be discussing the importance of intelligence work in the current political moment. The event is open to both students and the general public. This event will take place in the Ferst Center on Thursday, April 14, 2022, at 11:00 AM. Tickets are free but required. The seating is general admission. To reserve a ticket, click here.

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Minor Fair and Showcase | March 10, 2022

Georgia Tech’s 3rd Annual Minor Fair and Showcase is back on campus! Sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Education and Leadership Education and Development, The Minor Fair and Showcase provides students an opportunity to learn about the 60+ minors that Georgia Tech has to offer, all in one location at one time. By registering today, you will receive access to the GT Minors Fair Canvas Site which contains a wealth of resources including, but not limited to, informational videos that assist students in navigating their decision to pursue and declare…

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A Day with an Astronaut | March 4, 2022

Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering will host a question-and-answer session with NASA astronaut and alumnus Shane Kimbrough. The free event, open to students, faculty, and staff, will be held in the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons (room 152) as well as streamed live on the Georgia Tech YouTube channel, where viewers can submit questions. K-12 schools around Atlanta will also participate remotely. This event will take place on March 4, 2022, from 12:30 to 1:30 pm. Kimbrough is returning to his alma mater for the first time since living on the…

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Coffee and Conversations with Dean Kaye

Coffee and Conversations are back this spring semester on Tuesdays from 9-10 am. They will once again be taking place virtually, and students, faculty, and staff to engage with the dean and ask questions or share achievements, concerns, or ideas with Dean Kaye. Feel free to drop in at any time during the duration of the call. February Dates and Links February 8 | BlueJeans Link February 15 | BlueJeans Link February 22 | BlueJeans Link To get links to later conversations, see the IAC calendar.

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