Following their induction into the AIA College of Fellows, we caught up with three School of Architecture alums to find out why studying architecture at Tech made such a difference. Gary Coursey, Anne Kolman Smith and Donald R. Horn tell us their stories.
BC Faculty member, Xinyi Song, received the 2015 best paper award from the ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering.
For nearly 20 years, students and professors from the School of Architecture and the School of City and Regional Planning have worked with the Georgia Conservancy to find sustainable solutions for communities across the state.
Following their induction into the AIA College of Fellows, we caught up with three School of Architecture alums to find out why studying architecture at Tech made such a difference.
The Georgia Tech Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development (CQGRD) is partnering with the American Planning Association (APA) on a recently awarded research project titled “Multimodal Planning at the Megaregional Scale.” The $145,000 grant from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) will support research to enhance transportation planning nationwide. The project objective is to advance the practice and application of transportation planning as it relates to the megaregional scale.
'Empathic Design' born from Jasmine Burton's experience as an Industrial Design student at Georgia Tech
We caught up with Burton before she left for Zambia (she'll be on a year-long fellowship with Society for Family Health and implementing her new design of toilet) to learn more about her design philosophy and how her experience at Georgia Tech played a part in her life-goals.
Human Resources helps new hires on-board early at Graduate Student Employee Processing event.
The 2015 South Atlantic Region (SAR) Architecture for Health Annual Conference will take place on August 13th and 14th at the Academy of Medicine in Atlanta, GA.