Leadership in Administration and Finance (A&F) is conducting virtual town halls for staff in A&F. Employees have the opportunity to ask questions and hear the latest on how Georgia Tech – specifically units in A&F – is responding to this rapidly evolving situation. Click here to view the recorded sessions.
As Georgia Tech continues to monitor and assess the outbreak of COVID-19 worldwide, we have created a resource at health.gatech.edu/coronavirus for our community to track how the public health threat is affecting the programs and other activities in which our students, faculty, and staff are engaged.
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Stamps Health Services will be conducting a Covid-19 Vaccine clinic for Georgia Tech community members who, under Phase 1A+, are eligible to receive the vaccine.
How Marlon Ellis, area maintenance manager for The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design, came to understand the importance of the vaccine.
Michael “Mike” Shannon, a principal research engineer in the Georgia Tech Research Institute’s (GTRI) Advanced Concepts Laboratory, has accepted a new role at Georgia Tech as deputy chief business officer for Administration and Finance (A&F) reporting directly to Executive Vice President Kelly Fox.
Georgia Tech Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Jimmy Lummis left the Office of Information Technology at the end of January to pursue another professional opportunity and commit more time to personal endeavors. He will continue to serve as a part-time faculty member at the Institute.