GT Computing 2019 in Review
Student entrepreneurial startups, the critical need for 'human rights' in AI, new summer camp sessions, and a new dean are just a few of the top stories from the GT Computing community in 2019.
These stories and others published by the college this year are part of a new data visualization created by the college's communications team. GT Computing 2019 in Review is an interactive guide to exploring the year's most-read stories about student, alumni, faculty, and staff accomplishments and achievements.
Based on web traffic, clickable headlines in the data viz reveal a publication date, the number of page views, an overall ranking, and a link for each of the year's top stories. The viz features the top five stories for each month and can also be sorted by category. These include:
Be sure to explore the GT Computing 2019 in Review data viz.
2020 promises to be even busier than 2019. If you have a story idea or if you would like to submit a story for publication, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As we step into 2024 and reflect on the previous year, 2023 was a huge year for news stories here at @GTcomputing . Dive into the 184 published news stories of 2023 and see if theres anything you missed! https://t.co/zUHBPiiEwp
— Georgia Tech Computing (@gtcomputing) January 11, 2024
The College of Computing is proud to celebrate Black History Month this February and honor those who pave the way for equality within our community. pic.twitter.com/Rn5BRskogI
— Georgia Tech Computing (@gtcomputing) February 1, 2024