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The School of International Affairs; with the support of the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, the College of Engineering, the Office of Hispanic Initiatives, and the Center for Quality Growth and Development; has invited a distinguished alumnus from Peru, Raul Delgado Sayan, to visit Georgia Tech to speak on the Development of Mass Transit in the city of Lima, Peru. Dr. Ing. Delgado Sayan was instrumental in developing the plans for a mass transit system currently under construction and partially in operation in Lima.
As a member of the distinguished …
Georgia Tech, Liberal Arts, School Happenings »
IAC students, faculty, and staff are invited to take
a well-deserved break and celebrate our community!
HOT COCOA + FREE SWAG + COFFEE + CIDER + HOLIDAY TREATS
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
2:30 – 4:00pm
Bill Moore Student Success Center
(behind Tech Tower)
Georgia Tech, Internships, Jobs, Public Policy »
Mr. Bonilla is the Director of Alumni and Career Services and Research Grants Administration for the School of Public Policy. He supports faculty and graduate students with grant-related services (grant searches, training, proposal development, budgeting, submissions, and reporting) as well as alumni outreach and career services for students (training, advisement, resume review, internships, career planning, and job searches).
Read one students success story below:
Through my frenzy for searching for an internship for months to satisfy the requirement, I stumbled upon Mr. Bonilla on LinkedIn (luckily). I emailed him one morning to …
Here is a list of undergraduate courses to be offered in Spring 2013. Some last-minute changes are possible. Clusters are listed; remember that although some courses are listed as applicable to more than one cluster, you can apply each course toward only one cluster.
Biddle Intro Philosophy – 27663 – PHIL 2010 – JB PHIL
This course is a topics-based introduction to Western philosophy. We will examine some of the most fundamental issues of human existence, including the existence and nature of God; the nature of the mind and the mind-body problem; …
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Her participation in Georgia Tech’s Georgia Legislative Internship Program in the office of Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers – a Tech alum – along with stints as a communications intern in Governor Nathan Deal’s office and later as a legislative aide to Sen. Rogers, served to deepen the political passion Merry Hunter Hipp has always had. That passion led her to seize a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in August: serving on the whip team of the 2012 Republican National Convention (RNC) with the RNC page program.
“Because we’re in a red state, the …
Process for completing petition to graduate. Please read thoroughly.
Are you completing your Public Policy Degree this Spring? Want to Graduate or “Get OUT” of Tech? Then read closely…
You must meet with me sometime between Friday Sept 21st- Friday October 8th to complete your degree petition if you would like to be a degree candidate for SPRING 2013.
Please follow these instructions exactly to complete this process accurately and efficiently.
1. Pick up a degree petition packet from my office (Room 112 of DM Smith) Read the directions and fill out all the forms BEFORE the degree …
Georgia Tech’s Office of Government & Community Relations and the Provost’s office are sponsoring a stipend to support two students to work as full-time interns in Washington, D.C. for Spring 2012. Qualifying internships must be with Members of Congress, congressional committees, or executive branch offices. Below is information on the program as well as an upcoming information session on campus for interested students. Please help spread the word. This represents a great (and generous) opportunity for our students to engage in the federal policy world.
Program Description: Two students will be …