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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.
2:30PM - 4:00PM
The survey, administered every four years, gauges the Institute's progress in building an inclusive, supportive, and welcoming campus community.
The All-American wrestler and wheelchair racer will share his journey through adversity from surviving to thriving.
Young entrepreneurs at Georgia Tech have a new opportunity to get resources for their ideas through an alumni-launched venture called The Black Burdell.
The assessment process is about to enter its next phase.
Last month, the Student Government Association (SGA)’s Cultural and Diversity Affairs Committee began seeking signees for its Campus Inclusivity Pledge, asking all students, staff, and faculty to underscore their commitment to a positive campus culture.