Two students are surprised with one last Tech memory before they graduate.
Monday, December 19, 2022
No matter how full a college experience may be, there are always bucket list items left unchecked. Last week, two students were surprised with one last Tech memory before they graduated.
What started as a citizen science initiative led by Georgia Tech graduate Albert George has become a $2.6 million National Fish and Wildlife Foundation effort to restore degraded salt marshes in Charleston, South Carolina.
Georgia Tech teams came in first and runner-up in the U.S. Department of Energy’s JUMP into STEM Challenge national competition. Teams developed ideas to increase electrification, reduce energy use and carbon emissions, and improve resiliency and sustainability of the built environment.
This weekend, 5,620 Tech students became alumni. Despite the cold temperatures, it was a weekend to remember.
Growing up in Plano, Texas, watching Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, and Star Trek with his parents, Jason Smith developed an early interest in all things aerospace.
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