Teams for Tech – Make an Impact | Leave a Legacy

Come pitch your ideas to improve Georgia Tech at the Impact-a-Thon for a chance to receive funding & coaching for one year and make a lasting impact on-campus!

The Impact-a-thon is open to all Georgia Tech students (both undergrad and grad) across all major/programs. Both technical and non-technical students are encouraged to participate, as the competition is more on the ideation process than prototyping itself. Students can register either individually or as a team by filling out the brief form at

Interested in applying to the Impact-A-Thon?

We are accepting applications now. Submission deadline is Friday, September 29th at 11:59pm

2023 Diversity Symposium

15th Annual Diversity Symposium
“This Land before Georgia Tech:
Exploration of Indigenous Histories and Knowledge”

Wednesday, September 20, 2023 | 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Georgia Tech Global Learning Center | Room 236

Join Georgia Tech community members participating in the 15th annual Diversity Symposium hosted by Institute Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. This year’s symposium will explore indigenous histories and knowledge of the land we live and work on today. The symposium, spanning multiple enlightening sessions, will bring together leaders, scholars, and activists to honor the rich tapestry of indigenous cultures and wisdom, and foster a future built on shared understanding and collaboration.

Speakers and session descriptions are being announced throughout the coming weeks with several already announced, but we encourage you to add the event to your calendar and subscribe to our newsletter so you will be among the first to know when more information becomes available.

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Black Civil and Environmental Engineering Club

Black Civil and Environmental Engineering (BCEE), is dedicated to providing resources for black students, specifically civil and environmental engineering, that’ll allow them to prosper mentally, academically, and career-wise. I  believe that our club can offer valuable opportunities for graduate students. We will be hosting an interest meeting next week Monday, April 10th from 6 to 7 PM in the East Architecture Building 076 to discuss our club’s goals, objectives, and future activities.