Dissertation Tips from 5 Georgia Tech Ph.D. Scholars

With their dissertation almost behind them, five soon-to-be-Ph.D. graduates can now clearly see what worked and didn’t work throughout their dissertation process. As they reflect on this process, the scholars share what they have learned on their journey.

ARCS Foundation Atlanta awarded a total of $120,000 to 15 Ph.D. students who show exceptional promise of making a significant contribution to the worldwide advancement of science and technology.

Will Reichard, president, and Michelle Reckner, executive vice president, received 70% of the total votes becoming the official voices of the graduate student body to the faculty, administration, staff, and others inside the Georgia Tech community.

Georgia Institute of Technology is now an institutional partner in the Equity in Graduate Education Consortium.

Ana Rusch and David Joyner discuss ways online students can connect with the Georgia Tech community. 

With some basic photography and composition knowledge, you can take your headshot to the next level using just your phone’s camera.

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