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The program, now seeking members for its eighth cohort, aims to cultivate professional leadership and legacy development for Georgia Tech people leaders and managers.
The 2023 Diversity Symposium will be hosted on Wednesday, September 20 at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center.
Archie W. Ervin, Georgia Tech’s inaugural vice president and chief diversity officer, has announced his retirement from the Institute, effective January 1, 2024.   
Nominations are now open for the 2023 Diversity Champion Awards which will honor one faculty member, one staff member, one student, and one campus unit that have exemplified the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The total number of graduates over the past seven years is close to 500.
The program, now seeking members for its seventh cohort, aims to help women enhance their careers and leadership skills, and join a community working to advance a culture of inclusive excellence at Georgia Tech.
Kantwon Rogers gains insight into the role of a higher education administrator.
International reporter honored for holding the powerful accountable.
The first AAPI Heritage Month Lecture at Georgia Tech was held on April 18, featuring Steven Lim, CEO of Watcher Entertainment and former executive producer at Buzzfeed.
On Thursday, April 6, at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center, OMED recognized more than 2,200 eligible students from traditionally underrepresented groups for their academic achievements.