Women make up just 24% of the automotive industry, but Georgia Tech graduates Jenn Voelker and Julia Vorpahl haven’t let statistics stop them. Both work for Karma Automotive, a luxury electric vehicle manufacturer based in California.
This year’s opportunities range from planting wildflowers, shrubs, and trees to laying sod, pulling weeds, and spreading pine straw. There’s still time to sign up to help.
Town halls will take place this week to discuss the three options for Tech’s next Quality Enhancement Plan: academic advising, transformative learning experiences, and experiential learning.
A new tool will lessen administrative burdens and transition the Institute away from manual, paper, and DocuSign submissions to a more agile, digital platform.
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