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A true education isn’t just about earning a degree – it’s about self-discovery and cultivating an intellectual identity. The Center for Academic Enrichment fosters growth by giving students the opportunity to engage with one another and faculty in research and innovation programs, academic seminars, fellowships, campus-wide reading programs, discussion groups, living-learning communities, and other events in which they can share ideas, explore possibilities, and take initiative. We encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities to make the most of your academic experience at Tech.
“Direct Connections: Insights into Fellowships, Pre-Health and Undergraduate Research” Panel
InVenture Prize organizers will help participants by sharing important competition information and answering questions.
Edward Humes, author of Garbology, will give a plenary talk for Georgia Tech students, faculty, and staff on sustainability on October 1 in Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons.