The Department of Energy is looking for a student speaker for THIS Monday (4/29). Contact Jasmine Lawrence (below) if interested.
The Office of Public Engagement has planned an event entitled the Atlanta Students in Energy and Climate on Monday, April 29 from 2:00-5:00pm, the event is co-hosted by Department of Energy (DOE) and Clark Atlanta University (CAU). The forum features DOE Director Dot Harris, CUA President Carlton Harris, and a panel of young leaders in climate and energy. It is an opportunity for students to engage with national leaders and come together as a region. This visit to Atlanta is a part of a larger outreach effort on campuses throughout the country.
If you are interested in attending the 2013 Greenleaf Servant Leadership Conference, please see the flier attached and website for more details. Also, contact Chaffee for information of possible funding!
Deloitte Consulting would like to invite your students to a Women in Technology “Day in the life of a Consultant” event being held on Thursday, April 18th. The event will provide students with an inside look into how women can excel in the field of technology and consulting. Through an interactive case study students will have the opportunity to network with women from our technology practice and learn how technology can help solve complex business issues. Please note the event details below and share this great opportunity with others.
Thursday, April 18th, 2013
Deloitte’s Atlanta Office – 191 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30303
6th Floor – Room Piedmont A&B
Food Will Be Provided!
Open To All Students.
In case of questions, please feel free to email Sharolyn Wynter (firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>).
Consider attending Straight Talk, with speakers from the PS family including Billie and Eran Mordel. This will occur on April 18 at 6:30 in the Bill Moore Student Success Center.
SGA elections will continue until Wednesday, April 10. Cast your vote for President, Vice President, and representatives of your respective classes at elections.gatech.edu!
Also, note that two PS third year students, Nick Picon and Lucy Tucker, are running for SGA President and Vice President. Check out their campaign here!
Layla Marshall, a fourth year PS Electrical Engineering student, recently received the Helen Grenga Outstanding Woman Engineer Award, which is the highest award for a woman engineering student.
Show your love for Georgia Tech by participating in this year’s I ♥ GT Week! More than 15 GT organizations have planned a week full of fun events, all revolving around our love for GT. When you participate in events, you’ll have the opportunity to get a free “I ♥ GT” t-shirt and other prizes (first come, first serve).
to find out specifics about each day’s events.
Chaffee will be unavailable for in person office hours this week, but he can be contacted by phone if you need to speak with him. Please send him an appointment via Zimbra to schedule a meeting with him.
On Tuesday, April 23, the Georgia Tech community is invited to participate in a unique and candid conversation among those who have been central to shaping the United States military strategy over the past 40 years.
The event, sponsored by the Southern Center for International Studies, is an in-depth, two-hour discussion with five former U.S. Secretaries of Defense entitled “Bipartisan Advice to the New Administration.”
Moderated by CNN political analyst David Gergen, confirmed participants include:
A limited number of free tickets are available to students, staff and faculty at the Ferst Center Box Office, located on the second floor of the Student Center. A valid BuzzCard is required to receive a free ticket. Remaining tickets are available for $20 each. For more information, call 404-894-9600.
The award-winning Afrofuturist science fiction author Minister Faust will visit Georgia Tech next week. He will give two public readings. The first will take place on Monday, April 1 from 3-5 pm and the second on Tuesday, April 2, from 9:30-11 am. Both will take place in the Ferst Room of the Georgia Tech library, and both will be followed by a Q&A and book signing. See attached flyer for details.
Minister Faust Flyer