Planning is underway to develop the Comprehensive Campus Plan (CCP) – a living document that will inform how campus space can be utilized to support the growing and changing campus community for the next 10 years and beyond.

After a nationwide search and interview process, Didier Contis has been selected as the new executive director of Academic Technology, Innovation, Research Computing within the Office of Information Technology.

2022 has been a pivotal year for the Georgia Tech campus as existing construction on campus forged ahead, new projects broke ground, and design work for future transformative projects continues.

It is a good time to remind ourselves of Georgia Tech’s recent operational shifts to help keep the community as safe as possible while we move from a temporary emergency Covid-19 response into an ongoing, sustainable Covid-19 response.

Following the news of Kelly Fox’s departure from Georgia Tech as executive vice president for Administration and Finance (A&F), President Ángel Cabrera is appointing two new interim leadership positions until a permanent replacement is selected.

Kelly Fox has announced she will join Rice University as vice president, Finance and Administration.

At Georgia Tech, just about everyone, from research faculty to student employees, at some point needs to make a purchase using Georgia Tech funds.

Pending approval by Governor Brian Kemp, the University System of Georgia will allocate an unprecedented additional $98.3 million to Georgia Tech for the upcoming fiscal year.

Georgia Tech will celebrate its 25th annual Earth Day with a 4-day schedule of events this week.

In April, eligible Georgia Tech employees will begin receiving a $5,000 Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) recently approved by Governor Brian Kemp and state legislators.

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