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It’s time for the UROP Spring Symposium. Showcase your undergraduate research and win prizes!!
If you wish to apply for the Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium, the deadline is Monday, February 1st. Students may give a poster presentation or an oral presentation. Presentations will be given on Tuesday, March 16th, 2010.
Don’t forget, prizes are given to the top poster presentation and top oral presentation from each college. An award will also be given by each college for Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher
To apply, go to the online application
- Country-Representation: Greece
- Participation fee: approx 250 to 300 $ (includes Hotel, Flight, Fees).
- 2 Credit Hours of GA Tech credit
- expected Workload 5-6h per week from now, up to 10h/week in month leading up to conference
- Conference dates: March 28 – April 01
- only 2 spots left
- take-in ASAP
We look for candidates that take participation seriously and who are very reliable.
If you are interested, please send an email that includes a paragraph about your interest and/or experience to Professor Kirk Bowman at email@example.com.
Read about how the Academic Senate approved new policies related to concerns about inconsistent practices among faculty members related to finals week and the week preceding exams.
Join facilitator Lori Critz for this session designed to give students advanced PowerPoint skills and enable them to be able to create impressive interactive slide shows. The session will cover:
- Using media clips such as sound and video
- Using Powerpoint’s built-in animation features and creating custom animations
- Creating buttons in Powerpoint and assigning actions to them
- Creating hypberlinks that launch another computer document from a Powerpoint slide
- Formatting/printing from PowerPoint.
When: Today, Thursday, November 12th
Location: GT Library, Homer Rice Center
Register by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday November 10th 7pm Towers Learning Center
Wednesday November 11th 5:30pm Cloudman Learning Center
Monday November 16th 7pm Glenn Learning Center
Tuesday November 17th 7pm Smith Learning Center and Matheson Learning Center
Wednesday November 18th 7pm Hefner Learning Center
Thursday November 19th 6pm Howell Learning Center
I thought this information would be helpful to share since I so often get questions related to financial aid and HOPE. If you are considering dropping a class and receive aid, please read and I strongly encourage you to consult with me as well.
Financial aid eligibility requires that students maintain a certain GPA and also that they successfully complete 75% of all coursework attempted at GT. There is also a maximum number of hours, including transfer credits, that can be attempted for each major. As October 16, the last day to drop an individual class with a grade of “W,” approaches, it’s important for students who receive financial aid to remember to check on the possible financial aid implications of dropping a class. Information is available at http://www.finaid.gatech.edu/policies/sap/. HOPE recipients should also refer tohttp://www.finaid.gatech.edu/hope/. A financial aid advisor is available to answer any questions. Contact information is at http://www.finaid.gatech.edu/contacts/.
Beginning October 1st, the Honors Program will begin accepting mid-year applications from first year freshmen. Students should submit the following information to email@example.com with the subject heading of “Please consider me for the GT Honors Program”
- Semester of entry
- Answer the following question: “How do you hope to benefit from becoming a part of the GT Honors Program?”
This information is needed by 5pm on Wednesday, October 14th. For additional information regarding GT HP, including academic expectation, please visit http://www.honorsprogram.gatech.edu.
Executive Round Table (ERT) is a professional forum where select Georgia Tech students, faculty, and industry members from the Southeast come together in a setting of open discussion. At ERT’s monthly dinner meetings, prominent guest speakers present to the members on a variety of topics pertinent to the business and social arenas. Each presentation concludes with a relevant challenge being posed to the ERT members who collaborate in a “round table” format on proposals to share with the group. Continue reading
Family weekend will be September 25-26. In the IAC, we will host a reception at the Habersham Building Courtyard on Friday Sept. 25. It is a wonderful chance to get to know your professors and administration — and for them to get to know you and your family too!
Don’t forget to register by September 9 to prevent a late fee!
Check out the GT Family Weekend site here.