Public Service, Leadership, and Policy

Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts and the College of Computing Launch New Ethics Center

The new Center will advance ethics-in-technology-centered research, education, and engagement at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

MIT Press Publishes Collected Volume of Georgia Tech Blended Learning Research

MIT Press has released a comprehensive, new volume of blended learning research conducted by Georgia Tech faculty. Blended Learning in Practice: A Guide for Practitioners and Researchers was collected and edited by a team housed within C21U.

Michael Best to Speak at U.N. for Release of Report on Digital Gender Equality

Michael Best will speak at the United Nations next week during the formal release of a research report by the EQUALS Global Partnership, a coalition of more than 90 partners from government, industry, and academia that he helped found in 2015.

Using Data Science to Fix the Flint Water Crisis

SCS Assistant Professor Jake Abernethy applied machine learning to the Flint Water Crisis.

SnapTravel Announces Recipients of 2018 OMSCS Fellowship Awards

Two students in the online Master of Science in Computer Science (OMSCS) program at Georgia Tech, Yali Ren and Rafiya Javed, have been announced as recipients of the 2018 OMSCS SnapTravel Fellowship Awards.

Fifth Summer of Civic Data Science Program Presents Community-Focused Solutions

Students worked on environmental, public health, and civic-minded projects for the fifth annual Civic Data Science program.

C21U to Oversee Program Office for Commission on Creating the Next in Education

Beginning in August, C21U will serve as the program office and central coordinating body for university-wide realization activities of Georgia Tech's Commission on Creating the Next in Education (CNE) report.


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