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  • What to Watch and Read for Science Fiction Day

    December 30, 2020

    science fiction day 2021

    The science fiction faculty in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts offer book and movie recommendations from 1971, the year of the first science fiction course at Georgia Tech. 

  • Policy Forum Kicks Off with Event Highlighting New Book on Senator Nunn's Career

    December 18, 2020

    Sam Nunn: Statesman of the Nuclear Age

    The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs hosted a marquee event for the Sam-Nunn Bank of America Policy Forum featuring former Senator Sam Nunn and Frank Leith Jones, author of Sam Nunn: Statesman of the Nuclear Age. They discussed Jones' new book, which highlights Senator Nunn's career. The book focuses on three periods of Senator Nunn's leadership.

  • Student Teams Sought for Inaugural IoT Challenge

    December 15, 2020

    CDAIT IoT Challenge

    Georgia Tech students will have the opportunity to demonstrate their creative Internet of Things (IoT) related design, deployment, and policy ideas during the Spring 2021 semester as part of the inaugural Student IoT Innovation Capacity Building Challenge.

  • How Nunn School Alumnus' Circuitous Path Led to Academia

    December 15, 2020

    Bobby O'Keefe

    Bobby O'Keefe was a sophomore at McEachern High School in Powder Springs, Georgia, when he realized that his parents were not sending him to college. 

    “At that point, it was up to me to figure out my path,” recalled O'Keefe, a Sam Nunn School of International Affairs alumnus. 

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