Friday's Three Minute thesis produced four graduate student winners, each earning research travel grants.
Follow Mo Jarin’s Quest for Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Personal Triumphs in the World of Environmental Engineering
Photographed from left to right: Alexandra Patterson, Jeffery Pattinson, Malika Senthil, Karina Bhattacharya, Mo Jarin, Kantwon Rogers, Raghav Tandon, Shreyas Srivathsan, Vinodhini Comandur, Wenting Shi.

Not photographed: Anamik Jhunjhunwala and ValeriaJuarez.
Twelve scholars have emerged as finalists from Georgia Tech's Three Minute Thesis competition, showcasing their research prowess after triumphing over 65 talented candidates in six preliminary rounds, poised to captivate audiences with concise presentatio
Grad Student Appreciation Week (GSAW) is celebrated the first week of April each year and will be observed April 1 - 5, 2024.
Georgia Tech postdoctoral scholars (postdocs), Avery Davis Bell, Ida Su, and Nicole Hellessey share how they navigated different challenges during their educational career and how these experiences have shaped their perspectives on life and work. 
Fall 2023 marked the beginning of Giacani’s graduate journey at Georgia Tech. He also received the exclusive Domenica Rea D’Onofrio Fellowship, which is only awarded to native Italian citizens.  
Postdocs push the boundaries of what is possible in a variety of fields. However, despite their significant role in academic institutions, there are many misconceptions surrounding the role of a postdoc.
Session A Poster Competition 
At this year’s Career, Research, Innovation, and Development Conference (CRIDC), $41,000 worth of research travel grants were awarded in recognition of the outstanding and impactful work by student competitors. 
Seize the opportunity to showcase your research, forge connections with industry professionals, and gain insights from distinguished panelists at the 2024 Career, Research, Innovation, and Development Conference (CRIDC).
Georgia Tech’s Office of Graduate Education welcomes Dr. Joy O. Olabisi as the new Assistant Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Executive Director of Graduate Admissions, effective February 1, 2024.