When & Where
Monday, November 3rd, 5:15pm
Location: Tech Square Research Building (TSRB) in 175 Auditorium
Hosted by Drs. Beril Toktay, Colin Potts, and (possibly) Ellen Zegura, the topic will be Georgia Tech’s Quality Enhancement Program (QEP). The QEP is part of Georgia Tech’s 10 year reaffirmation of its accreditation and focuses on sustainability and community.
“The purpose of the QEP is to enhance the quality of student learning outcomes and the environment of learning. The QEP is directly related to the Institute’s strategic plan. It will have a detailed implementation plan and a budget for five to 10 years of support.”
If you are interested in attending, please RSVP here (http://goo.gl/forms/q7mNXUhj4v) by Friday, October 31st at NOON. This salon promises to be very interesting, very informative, and very important for the future of education at Georgia Tech. You won’t want to miss. Light snacks will be served.
About the Faculty
Dr. Toktay is a professor in the Scheller College of Business, faculty director of the Center for Business Strategy and Sustainability, an ADVANCE professor, and an associate editor for multiple publications.
Dr. Potts serves as the Vice-Provost for Undergraduate Education and is the winner of the 2010 William “Gus” Baird Faculty Teaching Award and the 2012 Eichholz Faculty Teaching Award.
Dr. Zegura is a professor in the College of Computing and has previously served as the CoC’s Interim Dean and the Associate Dean. She has received four degrees from Washington University in St. Louis.
On November 6th from 10-11am in Klaus 1116E, Ambassador Reuben Brigety, the U.S. representative to the African Union, will be at Tech discussing Ebola and its effects on the African Union.
Ambassador Reuben Brigety (click here for flier)
When: October 31st, 4-5pm
Where: Bill Moore Student Success Center, room 292
The MIT Technology and Policy Program educates engineers and scientists in responsible leadership of technology development by implementing policies for the benefit of humanity. A two year research based masters with a curriculum in technology policymaking, leadership, law, political economy, and economics. Subjects constituting a technical/domain concentration are also required. Students are funded through research assistantships in labs or research centers. More information may be found at the TPP website: http://web.mit.edu/tpp.
RSVP ASAP to Peter Vascik at email@example.com
Autumnal Salon 3:
Thursday, October 16th, 3-4 pm
Host: Dr. Christine Valle
Topic: “Applying to Grad School – Is It Worth It?”
What: PS Talent Show
When: Thursday, November 13 @ 5:30pm
Where: LeCraw Auditorium, Scheller College of Business
This event is an informal opportunity to get together and showcase your wide variety of talents. All PSs are invited to come, whether performing or attending!
If you are interested in performing: Please send us an email with a brief description of your act. Group acts ARE allowed! Also let us know if you will need anything special – electrical power, microphone, etc.. We have the auditorium for a limited time, so please keep acts to 7 minutes or less, including setup. The due date for submissions is Monday, November 3, at noon.
Harvard Law Admission will be at Georgia Tech on Tuesday, October 21st @ 11am in D.M. Smith 105.
For anyone interested in law, please look to attend. Additionally, attached is a flier with additional events coming up.
Please reach out if you are interested in law.
Below is a link to the Facebook event. Please RSVP.
2015 UBS Investment Bank Sales & Trading Summer Internship Program UBS Investment Bank is looking for Summer 2015 Sales and Trading interns for NYC. Resume drop on CareerBuzz closes on Friday, October 17th. If you would like to know more information feel free to contact Colin Doherty, Tech alum, at firstname.lastname@example.org
See attached flier for more info!
MBA Info Session specifically for GT Undergraduate Students: http://scheller.gatech.edu/news-events/events/event.html?event_id=2028
Admission staff and current MBA students (who graduated from GT as an undergrad) will candidly talk about when, why and how to pursue an MBA. We’ll also review the MBA Pathway application. Dinner will be provided. The event is on October 27, 2014. Pizza and registration is from 6-6:30 and the info session is from 6:30-7:30. Click the link above to register and for more details. Email email@example.com with questions.
MBA Pathway Application: http://scheller.gatech.edu/degree-programs/mba/mba-pathway/index.html
MBA Pathway offers deferred admission exclusively for Georgia Tech undergrads to the Full-time and Evening MBA program. Get accepted now. Work two years. Start your MBA. Click the link above to learn more information. Attend the Info Session specifically for GT undergrads on October 27, 2014 to learn more. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
SGA & OIE are working on an initiative to match international students with hosts in the GT community (faculty/ staff/ alumni/ other students) for a Thanksgiving meal. Can you help us get this information to students by send the information below to your lists?
Georgia Tech is home to many international students. Over the holiday season, many students are unable to travel back home to their home country.
In order to build a stronger GT community, we have created A Home for the Holidays. We are matching these students with other members of the Tech community for the Thanksgiving holiday! Students will go to the host’s home on Thursday November 27, 2014 to share a Thanksgiving meal.
If you would like to host a student, please submit the form below:
If you are an international student, please submit the form below:
Please apply by November 1, 2014! If you have any questions, please e-mail email@example.com. You will be notified if you have been matched the first week of November!
Hopefully everyone’s week has gotten off to a good start! I have an opportunity for a few people who are interested to get involved with the PS program more “hands on”. I am off to start a new project with the PS office called “Film Series”. It is a new part of the program that would engage both the academic enrichment side of our program and also just be an opportunity to relax, watch films, and catch up with members of our PS family. If you are interested in becoming a committee member to get the “Film Series” going or just interested in knowing more about it, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks and have a great rest of your week!