All students, faculty, and staff are invited to Georgia Tech’s 5th Annual Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium. During this annual event, undergraduate researchers will share their work through posters or oral presentations. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the research that undergraduates are doing on Tech’s campus.
We are now accepting nominations for the Yvette Upton Empowerment Award. All faculty, staff, and/or students are invited to nominate a female student who has had significant impact on the lives of women for the first annual Yvette Upton Empowerment Award. Award recipient will be honored at the Up with the White and Gold Ceremony… Continue reading Call for Nominations – Yvette Upton Empowerment Award
The Global Health Corps (GHC) aims to strengthen the movement for global health equity and improve the quality of healthcare services for the poor by connecting outstanding young leaders with organizations working on the front lines in the fight for global health equity. GHC will recruit and match partner organizations that have specific needs with… Continue reading Global Health Corps Fellowship – Applications Open
Deadline: March 5, 2010 For the fourth year, the Ivan Allen College is recognizing students who have exemplified excellence in leadership, service, extracurricular pursuits, and research. The Ivan Allen College Student Advisory Board is sponsoring several awards which will be presented at the 2010 institute-wide “Student Honors Luncheon,” on Thursday, April 22, 2010
This award commemorates the activities of the participants in the 1996 Olympic Envoy Program. It is given annually to a junior or senior International Affairs, International Affairs/Modern Language or an Economics/International Affairs major to reward excellence in scholarship, leadership, and community service.
This award is intended to promote increased involvement by African-Americans and other under-represented students (Native Americans and Latinos) in international affairs. The award is based upon academic performance and a demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in public service, preferably in the international arena (e.g., participation in ROTC, government or international NGO internship, etc.). The… Continue reading Michael Williams Minority Student Award
UROP Spring Symposium and Awards, April 1, 2009 Just under two months until the 4th Annual Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium and Awards! Undergraduate researchers at Georgia Tech are encouraged to present their work at the symposium to be held at the student center. Poster and oral presentation opportunities will be available. We’ll also celebrate successes… Continue reading UROP Spring Symposium and Awards