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Thursday marked the beginning of the construction phase of The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design.
Recent graduate Grace Brosofsky been recognized for her efforts to develop a natural herbicide for the Georgia Tech campus.
Georgia Tech encourages bicycling to and throughout campus as a healthy, convenient, and low-cost way to get around, but some students are still hesitant about choosing this particular transportation option.
As the fall semester kicks off, the Institute will be celebrating the three-year anniversary of Georgia Tech’s commitment to being a tobacco- and smoke-free campus.
Students from any major are invited to join Engineers Without Borders at Georgia Tech (EWB-GT), a local chapter of an international group that empowers communities through engineering projects.
Later this summer, the Living Building at Georgia Tech will near the end of the design development phase. The project team anticipates construction starting later this fall.
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Professor Kim Cobb’s successful Carbon Reduction Challenge class will be expanded to enable students participating in an internship or co-op to plan and implement a carbon reduction project with their employers.
The team took the vehicle, built in just six weeks, to Detroit, Michigan, to go up against universities from around the world.
Want to help the planet and save your employer money? Sign up for the internship and co-op Carbon Challenge. 
A dozen School of Civil and Environmental Engineering students will travel to New York this weekend to present their findings from a recent research trip to Bolivia.


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