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CoC's Career Development Strives to Help Students Find, Land Dream Jobs
Deal Proposes High School Computer Science Option

Governor visits Georgia Tech to unveil a proposal to allow computer programming courses to satisfy core requirements for Georgia high school diplomas

Georgia Eyes Making Self-driving Cars Street Legal


ICE Alumnae Earn Nationwide Attention for Yelp-for-police App
Georgia Tech's Deana Brown Earns Intel Ph.D Fellowship

The College of Computing welcomes four assistant professors to the faculty during the 2014 fall semester: William Harris and Taesoo Kim will join the School of Computer Science, while Byron Boots and Alex Endert will join the School of Interactive Computing.

With skills learned in a week-long app-development course at Georgia Tech, Georgia teenagers develop a Yelp-for-police app. 

C21U Opens New Innovation Lab

C21U has opened a new lab/studio space located in the Klaus Advanced Computing Building

Georgia Tech Researchers Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2
Flashpoint Accepting Applications for Fall 2014 Batch

Management and education program helps students and faculty become startup engineers.

Georgia Tech students learn how to apply data science to civic issues during the Data Science for Social Good summer program.

Georgia Tech Makes List of Ten Best Universities for Robotics in the U.S.
World Cup Fans Prepare: The Robots Are Headed Your Way!

A week after the World Cup title game in Rio de Janeiro, teams from 45 countries will face off at RoboCup about 1,200 miles away in the Brazilian coastal town of João Pessoa.

With the Atlanta city skyline behind them, three students in a new Georgia Institute of Technology summer internship program harvested spinach at the Truly Living Well farm.

Arkin Studies Animals to Build Smarter Robots
Designing Super Long-Lasting Computers

Georgia Tech researchers have created a tool to monitor the accessibility of Web pages around the world that can be installed by adding a single line of code to a web page. The tool, Encore, runs when a user visits a website where the code is installed and then discreetly collects data from potentially censored sites.

Big Data has created a big employment problem for metro Atlanta—there are simply too many jobs in data science and not enough people. And the gap between supply and demand is getting bigger. Universities in metro Atlanta are filling that void, helping both employers and those who want to obtain those jobs. A day does not go by that we don’t hear of, or read a news story related to, the topic of data. It seems that everyone is collecting data—everything from our Facebook posts to our energy consumption to the books we read. Georgia Tech has launched a Master of Science in Analytics, again with a strong connection with the local business community. Other emerging programs in analytics are offered by Emory University and the University of Georgia.