Undergraduates: complete this short survey to help with student research!

A student in LMC 4813: Communication Theory, Pedagogy, and Practices is investigating the writing strategies used by current Georgia Tech undergraduate students. This survey will ask questions about your writing strategies when working individually and in a group setting. It will take approximately 5 minutes to complete and will close for responses on April 20, 2022, at 11:59 pm. Please complete the survey in its entirety. No identifying information will be recorded upon completion of this survey. If you have any questions or technical issues please reach out to Lily…

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Participate in a Decision-Making Experiment

Participants are needed for economic decision-making experiments taking place online. The experiments are conducted as part of a research project in the College of Business. Participants are required to be 1) 18 years of age or older, 2) students of Georgia Tech 3) fluent in English. If you have participated in our study earlier (in Fall 2020), you are ineligible. Sessions Offered Wed, Mar 30, 11 AM – 12:45 PM Fri, Apr 8, 10AM – 11:45AM Fri, Apr 15, 10AM – 11:45AM Interested? Just follow these steps: Sign up at…

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IAC Satellite Counselor | Fran Exley

To help improve support of student mental health, Georgia Tech has begun implementing a satellite model of counseling. This means that a counselor will be placed within each department, and will provide a variety of services such as brief walk-in consultations to students, walk-in consultations for faculty and staff regarding a student, psychoeducational workshops and outreach, individual counseling, and group counseling.  However, students who are wishing to formally access mental health services as clients will need to go through CARE (Center for Assessment, Referral, and Education). IAC Sattelite Counselor |…

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IAC Career Trek with the Carter Center | February 23, 2022

The IAC Career Educators have coordinated site visits to local Atlanta organizations for all IAC majors to learn more about the various career paths and company culture. Wednesday, February 23rd we will be visiting The Carter Center! Transportation and lunch will be provided. Trips like this can provide a significant experience related to a student’s career development. Even if you are not interested in employment at this company, this IAC Career Trek will provide participants with great insight into the mind of a recruiter, what office spaces might look like,…

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PairMe Mentorship Opportunity

The Undergraduate Research Ambassadors are excited to announce that we are piloting a new platform – created by students for students – to facilitate undergraduate research engagement! If you are seeking a research position for Spring 2022, I encourage you to apply directly to postings made by mentors in labs at GT (and Emory for BME students). Postings can be made at any time, so be sure to check back frequently if you do not see the perfect position immediately. Check out PairMe here! To use the platform as a…

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Apply to Become a Research Ambassador

The Undergraduate Research Ambassadors (URA) are a group of dedicated and distinguished undergraduate students who are committed to providing mentorship by helping students find research opportunities, improve communication skills, and gain access to valuable resources for undergraduate research at Georgia Tech. URA also provides its members with a network of support within the research community, social activities, and connections to our growing group of alumni. The deadline to apply is November 7, 2021, at 11:59 pm. Recommendation letters are due by November 10, 2021, at 11:59 pm. Qualifications Applicant must be…

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Virtual Coffee and Conversations with Dean Kaye

This academic year, join us on Monday mornings from 10 am to 11 am for Coffee & Conversations with Dean Kaye! These virtual gatherings are an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to engage with the dean and ask questions, share accomplishments or concerns, or offer ideas and suggestions. Dean Kaye welcomes you to “drop-in” at any time and stay for any length of time. September 13, 2o21 is the date open to students. To access the BlueJeans call, click here.

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LAST CALL | Wreck Camp Odyssey

Wreck Camp Odyssey brings together new and current students to jumpstart their college experience in a fun summer camp setting. The program is designed to aid incoming students in their transition to Tech by developing a diverse social network and strengthening their ties to the Institute through a combination of fun activities. Students leave all camp programs prepared to be engaged members of Tech’s campus community. You don’t want to miss out on this experience! The program will run from August 11 through August 14 at Camp Rock Eagle in…

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SUMMER & Fall 2021 Walt Disney Co. Global Intelligence and Threat Analysis Internship

Disney Corporate is seeking an intern to support their Global Intelligence and Threat Analysis team. Global Intelligence and Threat Analysis is an enterprise-wide intelligence team that provides strategic intelligence, threat assessments, and in-depth analytical products covering existing and developing threats, including physical and cyber threats and all reputational risks to TWDC, its affiliated business units, facilities, guests, and employees. The team provides timely and relevant intelligence that is critical to supporting and informing corporate executives, key business leaders, and security and safety personnel at all levels of the Walt Disney…

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SAA Graduating Student Spirit Week

Next week, SAA is hosting a graduating student spirit week! There will be several events including Tuesday’s “You’re an Alum, Now What” where students can take some time to learn about the transition from student to alumni and network with several prominent alumni in the process. They are also offering a free graduating student photo next Thursday!

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