Articles in the Curriculum Category
Academic Advising, Curriculum, Student Kudos! »
Professors Breznitz and Isett received this message from a recent alum and agreed to share it:
Hi Drs. Breznitz and Isett,
I just wanted to send you a brief note to once again say thank you for all of the lessons and skills I learned in Task Force last year. I recently started work as a consultant with Capgemini Government Solutions in DC and realized that I would not have had a very strong start in the position if not for your class. This may be something that can only truly be …
Academic Advising, Atlanta, Curriculum, Public Policy »
COA 4803 THE BELTLINE: A WORKSHOP ON TRANSFORMATIVE URBAN PROJECTS Social and Urban
PHIL 2010 Intro to Philosophical Analysis Michael Hoffmann Phil
PHIL 3105 Ethical Theories Robert Kirkman Phil
PHIL 3109 Engineering Ethcis Michael Hoffmann Phil
PHIL 3109RR Engineering Ethics Robert Rosenberg Phil
PHIL 3115 Philosophy of Science Justin Biddle Phil
PHIL 3127 Science, Technology & Human Values Hans Klein Phil
PHIL 4176RK Environmental Ethics Robert Kirkman Envir, Phil
PHIL 4803 Special Topic: Philosophy of Food Justin Biddle Phil, S&T Policy
POL 1101JM Government of the United States Julia Melkers …
Academic Advising, Curriculum, Featured, Headline, Public Policy »
It’s almost mid-semester and you’re struggling in your History class. You’re considering dropping it, but you KNOW you will have to take it eventually, so you’re trying to hang in there.
Have you considered taking the course Pass/Fail?
Click below to learn the rules of Pass/Fail, then email me to make an appointment if you need to fill out a Change Grade Mode form.
We are students interested in creating a minor in ‘neurobiotechnology’ at Georgia Tech. Our club has recently grown to have over 200 email subscribers, with roughly 35 people showing up to our first general meeting. One of the main goals of GTNeuro is to form an undergraduate minor in neurobiotechnology which encompasses a neuroscience curriculum from many different fields – EE, BME, Philosophy, CS, Psychology, and others. Therefore, are trying to assess student interest to create a minor in “neurobiotechnology.” We are trying to do this through a student petition …
Curriculum, Other Stuff, Public Policy, Research »
Ever wonder about what your professors are doing when they’re not in class?
We asked them to identify their areas of research interest. The attached Excel file tells you.
You should use these data to anticipate what professors will be discussing in class, to identify faculty research interests that might coincide with your own, and to tell others what it means to “do public policy.” Feel free to contact your professors and tell them that their research project is fascinating and that you’d like to get on board.
Research Interests in …
Academic Advising, Curriculum, Featured, Public Policy »
Why you should consider PUBP 4260?
How can we make our region competitive in today’s global economy? What makes a successful growing economy? What do you know about the importance of clusters and innovation policy for local economic growth?
If you are interested, you need to take PUBP 4260 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT POLICY AND PLANNING.
This seminar challenges you to open your mind and ask crucial questions regarding to regional competitiveness in a global economy. This course provides an introduction to economic development on the global, regional, and local levels. Some of the topics …
Academic Advising, Curriculum »
News Category: Student and Faculty
Title: Summer Language Courses
One Sentence Summary: All language courses for summer sessions have openings!
Long Summary: All language courses for summer sessions have openings!
Keywords: Language, Summer, ARBC, CHIN, FREN, GRMN, JAPN, SPAN
Location: Atlanta, GA
Release Date: 04/18/2011
Release Time: 11:23 AM
Start Date: 04/18/2011
Stop Date: 07/18/2011
Body: Students looking for courses for Summer 2012 should consider registering for language courses. Courses in ARBC, FREN, GRMN, KOR and SPAN meet on campus; courses in CHIN, JAPN, and RUSS are online. Most on-campus courses are available in sequences meeting …