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The bioengineering Ph.D. student hopes to make the path through college easier for other community college and first-generation students.

U.S. News ranks biomedical and industrial engineering programs No. 1 and all programs in the top 6.

Georgia Tech helps lead the national workshop to expand the ranks of faculty members and prepare Ph.D. students for careers in academia.

Black men are twice as likely to die from prostate cancer. Georgia Tech’s engineering dean beat it a year ago and wants more men paying attention.

AE's free summer camp for high school students expands to Albany.

Harris will lead the Women in Engineering program and Chandler is the new director for the Center for Engineering Education and Diversity.

Tyree Edwards sees power in using his music and his civil engineering skills to make an impact on people’s lives.

Natalia Barrera Villamizar’s winding path through research labs, Covid disruptions, and industry experiences puts her right where she wants to be.

Mudd will represent Georgia Tech at the board’s annual Academic Recognition Day for the state’s top college students.

Frances Rivera-Hernández, Karl Lang, and Rafael Bras are leading an effort to gather data about landslides caused by hurricanes hitting the island. Joined by students, the researchers share an ultimate goal of creating a national geohazards center.