Bonnie H. Ferri has been named vice provost for Graduate Education and Faculty Development, following the retirement of Susan Cozzens. She will officially assume the role Aug. 15.
In anticipation of the July 1 implementation date for the new state law allowing licensed gun owners to carry weapons on public college campuses, Georgia Tech leaders held an information session with the campus community June 14.
Georgia Tech is now home to a new Office of Postdoctoral Services, which is under the Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Faculty Affairs.
Since opening last fall, Tech’s Office of Postdoctoral Services has been connecting the dots among postdoctoral fellows, faculty mentors, and the administration by hosting networking events, orientation sessions, and workshops.
A weekly meditation class, which is suitable for all levels of experience, is designed to teach participants how to relieve stress, achieve deep relaxation, gain breath and body awareness, and achieve greater mental clarity.
A lot of times Ph.D. student Marc Canellas has found himself daydreaming in class — daydreaming about how policy relates to science, that is.
Concerned about the academic job market? Thinking about non-academic careers? Georgia Tech now offers a resource that will make your life a little easier.
Versatile PhD — a free resource provided by Georgia Tech for graduate students and postdocs — will host a virtual panel discussion on careers in software development Feb. 22-26.
After 19 years of service to Tech, Cozzens, vice provost for Graduate Education and Faculty Development (VPGEFD), will retire on June 30.
The Office of Postdoctoral Services has moved from Clough Commons to the A. French Building.