Skip to content
What resources are available to you at Georgia Tech to start the process of commercialization?
Training for individuals working with biological materials
IRIM’s first Visiting Faculty Fellow Gregory Chirikjian presents a mini course on Stochastic Methods for Robotics.
Deadline to avoid class cancellation is 4 p.m.
Deadline to Drop Courses Without A "W" Grade - Late Short Summer 2017
For researchers working with recombinant and/or synthetic nucleic acid molecules.
Late Short Summer 2017 begins on June 21
First Day of Class - Late Short Summer 2017
Open meeting for all staff
Join us as we learn tips on mindfulness that can lower our stress and anxiety levels.
The PWP help-desk style training is meant for you to bring your questions, comments, and concerns, and have a PWP expert work with you on solutions.
GT Drupal Group holds monthly open help desk sessions that you can "bring your Drupal problem" to and get help from your peers.
This program is departing.
Learn CPR, how to use an AED, and basic first aid skills.
Campus Recreation will hold a lifeguard certification courses in June.
An evening of Caryl Churchill's plays in repertory
Atlanta United FC will host a match at Bobby Dodd Stadium against the Colorado Rapids
School age adventures camp for children ages 4-8 years, offered through Georgia Tech’s child development centers - R. Kirk and TCC, managed by Bright Horizons.
Each month, Drupal users across campus meet up to discuss the latest trends in Drupal development, Georgia Tech-specific issues and practices, and share projects and development with the community.
Training for individuals operating an x-ray machine
Learn various beginner sewing techniques using a sewing machine on Wednesday, June 28th at Paper and Clay!
The Atlanta Dream hosts the Los Angeles Sparks at McCamish Pavilion
Last day to drop individual courses or withdraw from school with "W" grades in all courses and receive a refund.
The Atlanta Dream hosts the New York Liberty at McCamish Pavilion
School Break – Classes Do Not Meet
School Break - All Summer Sessions
July 4-6, 2017 on the Graz University of Technology, AUSTRIA campus
Official School Holiday - Independence Day
Atlanta United FC will host a match at Bobby Dodd Stadium against the San Jose Earthquakes.
FASET orientation for fall first-year students will take place July 6–7.
The Atlanta Dream hosts the Indiana Fever at McCamish Pavilion
The Atlanta Dream hosts the Dallas Wings at McCamish Pavilion
Learn how to translate the SDS into information you can use
Basic and advanced lab safety requirements and best practices
Learn how to use GT's chemical inventory system
Learn your rights and satisfy this initial or annual requirement
Learn basic skills to keep you safe in GT labs
Classroom training required for anyone handling radioactive materials
Learn what you can do to support a Smoke-Free Atlanta. Resources will be identified and provided to support the efforts of tobacco users wishing to quit.
Hands-on training required for anyone handling radioactive materials
Come and celebrate summer with GT's bio community!
FASET orientation for fall first-year students will take place July 17–18.
"Leadership, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship"
The Atlanta Dream hosts the San Antonio Stars at McCamish Pavilion
Looking for summer classes? What about a free patent class?
FASET orientation for fall first-year students will take place July 20–21.
PWP Virtual Office Hours is an online helpdesk opportunity.
No tests or quizzes are to be administered.
The Atlanta Dream hosts the Phoenix Mercury at McCamish Pavilion
No classes will meet during this time. No exams all day.
Last Day of Classes for Late Short Summer 2017
Last Day of Classes - Late Short Summer 2017
Final Exams – Full and Late Short Summer 2017
No classes or exams from 8 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.
FASET orientation for fall first-year students will take place July 27–28.
Final Exams - Full Summer Session Only
Final Exams - Late Short Summer 2017
The Atlanta Dream hosts the Minnesota Lynx at McCamish Pavilion
Atlanta United FC will host a match at Bobby Dodd Stadium against Orlando City
The Atlanta Dream hosts the Washington Mystics at McCamish Pavilion
FASET orientation for fall first-year students will take place July 31–Aug. 1.
End of Term - All Summer Sessions
Online for Students after 6 p.m. ET
Learn all you need to know to make your first home-buying experience a pleasant one.
GT-MAP sponsors this workhop on Dynamical System
All Pace managed clusters will be down for maintenance 6:00 am Thursday, August 10 and continuing through Saturday, August 12 at 11:59 pm.
FASET orientation for fall first-year students will take place Aug. 13–14.
Faculty meet to discuss the programs, School policies, and upcoming year.
FASET orientation for fall first-year students will take place Aug. 15–16.
The Atlanta Dream hosts the Connecticut Sun at McCamish Pavilion
This workshop will begin the thematic semesters on Dynamics and Control.
August 17-18 are Freshman move-in days for Fall 2017.
Introduction to the School for new graduate students.
On-campus residents move in on August 19-20, 2017.
Fall 2017 begins August 21
learn the critical components of PFEP that ensure delivery of the right parts, at the right time, in the right place, in the right quantity, with the right quality, at the right cost
First Day of Class - Fall 2017
Learn why Powers of Attorney are needed and how to define processes, permissions, and provisions— whether financial or medically warranted.
The Atlanta Dream hosts the Seattle Storm at McCamish Pavilion
Last day to register, make schedule changes, and/or drop courses without a "W" grade for Fall Semester 2017
Georgia Tech faces the University of Tennessee at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Official School Holiday - Labor Day
Career Discovery and Development Resume Blitz
Prepare for Careers and Career Fair with Michael Laughter at C2D2
Georgia Tech faces Jacksonville State at home.
Georgia Tech All Majors Career Fair
The School of History and Sociology presents the first speaker in the fall 2017 speakers series, HSOC post-doc Matt Ventresca.
"Biomedical Micro- and Nanofluidics" - Shuichi Takayama, Ph.D. - Georgia Tech
Hosted by the City of Atlanta and Georgia Tech, MetroLab Network will hold its Annual Summit September 13-15, 2017.
Graduate Social Hour
Organized by A@CC
Perfect your pitch and get insider tips!
Michael DeBaun, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Workshop on Academic Career Planning
“Singin’ in the (HUAC) Rain: Job Security, Stardom, and the Abjection of Lena Lamont.”
Get an overview of the most common issues and symptoms that show up around mental health in the workplace and learn how to "map" the conversation around them.
Georgia Tech faces Pittsburgh at home.
The School of History and Sociology presents the second speaker in the fall 2017 speakers series, Dr. Neil Maher from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Progress reports are issues in all 1000 and 2000 level courses.
Georgia Tech faces North Carolina at home.
The School of History and Sociology presents the third speaker in the fall 2017 speakers series, Dr. Pablo Lapegna from the University of Georgia.
Classes will not meet from Oct. 9–10, 2017
Anne Pollock, Ph.D. - Georgia Tech
Please join us to celebrate the winners of the 2017 IP Community Service Awards
Alice Clifton, Ph.D. student in the HSTS program, will present her paper for the 2017 SHOT meetings.
Learn how to properly plan for you and your loved ones with an Estate Plan in this workshop that encompass Powers of Attorney, Trusts, Wills, and Beneficiary Designations.
2017 Shanghai SAUPO Summit Overview
Homecoming Graduate Alumni Reception
Georgia Tech faces Wake Forest at home.
IAC Homecoming Alumni Brunch
The School of History and Sociology presents the fourth speaker in the fall 2017 speakers series, Dr. Victoria Pitts-Taylor from Wesleyan University.
Understand the alternative techniques for supplier selection including applied quantitative decision making techniques.
The School of History and Sociology presents the fifth speaker in the fall 2017 speakers series, Dr. Kristie Macrakis from Georgia Tech.
This course conveys an integrated view to supply chain transformation incorporating elements of change management, test plan development, project management techniques, and establishing effective project management teams.
Delve into the financial and legal challenges facing members of the LGBTQIA community—even with the U.S. Supreme Court’s marriage equality ruling – and potential solutions to address them.
Georgia Tech faces Virginia Tech at home.
"DNA Barcoded Nanotechnology for High Throughput in vivo Nanoparticle Analysis" - James Dahlman, Ph.D. - Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech will be closed from Nov. 23–24 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Georgia Tech faces the University of Georgia at home.
The School of History and Sociology presents the sixth speaker in the fall 2017 speakers series, Dr. James Mulvenon from Defense Group, Inc.
No classes or exams during designated times
Deadline for submission of 250-word abstracts of papers to be presented at the IAC CRIDC
A guide to purchasing life insurance.
Final exams for the Fall 2017 semester will take place from December 7–14.
End of Term – Fall 2017
Campus is closed Dec. 25-29, 2017
Deadline for Submission of Papers for IAC CRIDC
FOCUS Student Visit
Prospective Graduate Student Lunch
IAC Graduate Student Paper Conference
Office of Faculty Affairs
Georgia Institute of Technology
237 Uncle Heinie Way, Suite 232
Atlanta, GA 30332-0740