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  • Margaret Kosal and Her Favorite Element

    October 2, 2019

    Margaret Kosal

    To celebrate the International Year of the Periodic Table, Tech students, faculty, and staff talk about their favorite elements. For October, we have Margaret E. Kosal, from the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs.  

  • Borowitz’s Research Featured in President Cabrera's Institute Address

    September 25, 2019

    Borowitz's Research Featured in President Cabrera's Institute Address

    President Ángel Cabrera delivered his first institute address to a group of Georgia Tech students, faculty, and staff at the Ferst Center for the Arts on September 5. In his speech, Cabrera discussed many topics including creating a new strategic plan, organization changes, student mental health, improving student diversity, and research. Featured in the research slide of President Cabrera's presentation was Mariel Borowitz. 

  • Nunn School Student Leaders React to First Encounter with President Cabrera

    September 25, 2019

    President Cabrera's lunch with student leaders

    President Ángel Cabrera's first day on the job included unpacking items for his office, meeting with members of his cabinet, processing HR paperwork as well as having lunch with Georgia Tech student leaders. Two of the seven students were Sam Nunn School of International Affairs majors and two others minor in the subject.

  • West Germany, the New Start of a Republic

    September 24, 2019

    Staging West German Democracy
    Dr. Uelzmann’s study  traces the Adenauer administration’s project of maintaining a “government channel” in an increasingly diverse, de-centralized and democratic West German media landscape.
  • China’s Largest Retailer, Hisense Company, Talks with Students about Internships at Chinese Day

    September 18, 2019

    Hisense photo

    The rising superpower of China in global affairs and the prospect of enormous markets in Chinese-speaking regions have made proficiency in Chinese an important criterion for those seeking to enter both public and private-sector job markets. The School of Modern Languages has taught Mandarin Chinese for many years and watched enrollment continue to rise with China’s entrance onto the world political and economic forums.

  • What Arctic Cinema Can Tell Us About a Changing World

    September 18, 2019

    Anna Westerstahl Stenport

    Indigineous filmakers, particularly women, are beginning to shatter the myth of a frozen, never-changing Arctic. School of Modern Lanagues Chair Anna Westerstahl Stenport is one of the world's leading academics studying their work.

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