• Elizabeth Noll, of the Natural Resources Defense Council and MSPP graduate, testified before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Power on Energy Efficiency. The hearing focused on the recently ...
  • The Capstone Design Expo has become the largest academic event on the campus calendar and sums up what Georgia Tech is all about: students using their knowledge to tackle real-world problems. The ...
  • School of Public Policy Professor Diana Hicks presented the Leiden Manifesto at 2014 STI conference at the University of Leiden. The entire manifesto, including ten principles, was published ...
  • School of Public Policy Chair Kaye Husbands Fealing announced the promotion of three faculty members, Justin Biddle and Janelle Knox-Hayes from assistant to associate professors and Valerie Thomas was ...
  • What do a third-place finish in a national case competition, four students from Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business and Stewart School of Industrial Engineering, and Georgia Tech's School of ...
  • This seminar series will discuss the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which will shape the debate about climate change for years to come. Scientists, ...

Student Summer Activities

  • Alice Barsky
    will spend two months in the UK through AIESEC as a "Sales Development Manager," participating in a global internship. Afterwards, she will go to Washington, D.C. to work for eight weeks as a communications intern at the Brookings Institution in the Governance Studies department.
  • Kate de Give
    will be doing a teaching internship with sixth-graders at Centennial Academy, near the Georgia Tech campus.
  • Lauren Renaud
    will be interning at the Pentagon this summer for the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Policy, Department of Defense.
  • Jennifer Abrams
    will be interning in the Secretary of State's Office within the Elections division.
  • Christina Herd
    is enjoying a break from Tech and just returned from a three day backpacking trip with five other GT students!
  • Jake Orvis
    will be interning at the Georgia House Democratic Caucus with fellowship with the Democratic Party of Georgia, working part-time, and hopes to work with the Hillary campaign.
  • Heather Johnston
    after finishing a semester interning on Capitol Hill, took a brief vacation to Puerto Rico. She will be interning with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Atlanta as a special events coordinator, working for the Corporate Affiliates Program at the College of Computing, and taking classes.
  • Chandler Barre
    is interning at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington,D.C where she will work in the Office of Advancement under the director of the new Regional Major Gifts program. She will also be doing research under a PURA grant with Dr. Barke
  • Namrata Kolla
    is going to Singapore, New Zealand, and Australia this summer. The first two places are just "for fun", but Australia involves the GT exchange program with New South Wales. She will be learning about how the Aussies approach wildlife conservation, land management, and indigenous heritage preservation, in the hopes that she can bring that knowledge back to the United States and improve the way we approach the same issues. This six-credit course will be applied toward her Environmental and Energy cluster.
  • Reagan Johnson
    is at home in south GA taking classes at a local college. She will also participate in Policy, Science, Technology & Society (POSTS) Scholar program in Washington, D.C.

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