Classes are finally getting into full swing, and I find myself glancing over at the large and expensive stack of textbooks I purchased at the beginning of the semester, realizing that I’ve only skimmed through […]
In an effort to better serve the health insurance needs of its grad students, key administrators and student representatives have successfully worked with Georgia’s Board of Regents to give Tech the option of customizing its own healthcare plan. Developing a new deal would tackle coverage issues that students often encounter.
In observance of National Campus Fire Safety Month, Tech hosted its fourth annual educational program iPrevent on Wednesday evening. The event gave students an opportunity to participate in fire safety training sessions, learn about new technology in fire detection and witness a demonstration in which a fire, supervised by the Atlanta Department of Fire Rescue, was staged in a model dorm room.
The Institue for Leadership and Entrepreneurship invited students, faculty and business representatives for the first IMPACT Speaker Series of the semester on Wednesday, Sept. 7. The weekly series provides an opportunity for entrepreneurially minded individuals to learn about a variety of topics, ranging from new innovative management practices to the emerging business models shaping our world.