Fifty-one years ago, Georgia Tech alumnus John Young walked and drove on the moon as commander of the Apollo 16 mission. A lunar sample he brought back from the mission is now on display at the Georgia Tech Library.
Beginning April 11, the Institute will once again deploy the Georgia Tech Culture Survey. Results will be used to gather insights about whether, and how, Tech’s culture has changed during the past year.
To help support a safe and engaging environment for all who participate, volunteer, or work in youth programs, the University System of Georgia and Georgia Tech require that all programs serving minors be registered.
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