Alexander Hamilton Society event, Nov. 10

The Alexander Hamilton Society at Georgia Tech is honored to host Roger Zakheim for a discussion on military automation and its role in US foreign policy on November 10th at 6pm. We are excited to invite all students to attend the discussion and interact with the speaker. Free dinner will be provided by Chick-fil-A for all attendees. The Alexander Hamilton Society is a foreign policy organization that seeks to foster productive debate and instill the ideals of strong leadership and principled foreign policy into America’s future leaders. We are a…

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International Education Week 2023

November 14th through 18th is International Education Week (IEW) across the nation. Georgia Tech will be hosting a variety of events throughout the week to celebrate the benefits of our diverse global campus and international exchange. Join us for a number of virtual and in-person events including a scavenger hunt, a movie night, the reveal of the 2020 Photo Contest winners, and a number of events sponsored by departments and groups all across campus. More information can be found at iew.gatech.edu or by calling (404) 894-7475.

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Science.Art.Wonder Artist & Researcher Recruitment

Are you a researcher who would like your research translated into art or an artist who would like to create visual art from a research project? If so, we have an organization for you: Science.Art.Wonder! Science.Art.Wonder (SAW) is a student organization at Georgia Tech that matches artists and researchers to collaborate and create art based on, and inspired by, research. Our mission is to support interdisciplinary inquiry, promote research education, and connect researchers with the general public. We strive to create opportunities for students to explore research fields that are…

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Calling all Journalists for “Science, Translated!”

Do you enjoy writing or graphic design? Do you hope to dispel science myths? Would you like to join an international initiative to improve science communication to the public? If so, join us at Science, Translated.   We are an international journalism and advocacy organization that focuses on a variety of science topics from physics and neuroscience to ecology and psychology. With the goal to “translate” jargon-filled scientific manuscripts into simplified language for the public to read, our journal also seeks to tackle the knowledge disparity between professional scientists and…

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Undergraduate Judiciary Cabinet Recruiting New Justices

The Undergraduate Judiciary Cabinet, the judicial branch of the Undergraduate SGA, is recruiting new justices for the 2022-2023 academic year. The UJC serves two main purposes: (1) upholding academic and non-academic integrity and (2) interpreting any actions or legislation of SGA to uphold the system of checks and balances provided for by the Undergraduate curriculum. A justice on the cabinet is an individual who demonstrates strong leadership capabilities, a passion to better the Georgia Tech community, and strong moral character. We hear a variety of cases, ranging from academic issues…

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Join GT Model UN!

Hello students!   Model UN is currently accepting applications for new members!    As a program, we not only offer the opportunity to attend conferences, but we also host a conference in October for high school students to attend and another conference in the Spring for collegiate teams. In addition to new members, we are also looking for anyone who would be interested in only working at the October GTMUN conference (membership not required). This is an excellent way to log service hours.   We meet weekly on Tuesdays from 6:45-7:45 for general meetings and…

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Electrify GT Info Session- September 6

Electrify GT is recruiting new members!   Electrify GT is a new student organization advocating for 100% campus electrification. Electrification is a proven method of reducing carbon emissions by replacing fossil fuel powered equipment with electric alternatives. Over the past year we’ve worked with GT faculty to begin replacing all the landscaping equipment with battery-operated models and to establish an electric patrol vehicle program with GTPD. If you are interested in technical research and advocacy, Electrify GT is a great opportunity to strengthen these skills! If you would like to…

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