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Connectivity and walkability are crucial to supporting a healthy, socially-engaged campus.
The Georgia Institute of Technology earned three out of a possible four stars from the Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS) Landscape Management and Operations Accreditation program.
Dagmar Epsten, Georgia Tech master of architecture alumna and president of Atlanta-based Epsten Group, established the annual Epsten Environmental Vision competition at the School of Architecture in late 2014.
Georgia Tech is laying the groundwork for its next undergraduate learning focus, which will provide students the opportunities to learn and serve around the theme “creating sustainable communities.”
The Georgia Institute of Technology’s Scheller College of Business has received a $5 million commitment from the Ray C. Anderson Foundation to rename the Center for Business Strategies for Sustainability.
Faculty editorial explain a new core learning element for undergraduates, centered on the theme of "creating sustainable communities"
Before enrolling in Georgia Tech’s MBA Program, Brian Edgerton had long been interested in sustainability.
Decie Autin, ChE 80, helped lead ExxonMobil’s $19 billion project in Papua New Guinea.
For the 2014 football season, more than 25 tons of recyclable materials were collected during Tech’s six home games
GT researchers strive to solve tomorrow's energy problems.


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