Lisa Safstrom has worked at Tech as a campus transportation planner since 2013.
Steve Swant, executive vice president for Administration and Finance, demonstrates leadership by combining his passion for sustainability with the relentless pursuit of a lean bottom line.
The Georgia Institute of Technology has received a $43.6 million gift from the Institute of Paper Chemistry Foundation (IPCF).
Symposium launched the search for the new Olmsted chair in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Civil Engineering professor studies public transit use.
The Page Prize awards efforts to expose business students to state-of-the-art environmental sustainability knowledge.
Students will be able to rent bikes on a first-come, first-served basis.
Georgia Tech Introduces the Renewable Bioproducts Institute
At Tech, bicycles are an ever-present mode of transport, not just a recreational vehicle to be hauled out ceremonially once a year.
This human resources coordinator has made the transition to life as a bike commuter.