The Kendeda Building goes beyond sustainability to be a regenerative building that gives back more than it takes from the environment.
Representatives from leading world universities — including Georgia Tech — will convene today at Rutgers University – Newark to participate in the University Global Compact (UGC)’s 17 Rooms-U, hosted in partnership with the United Nations,
Research released by a team at Georgia Institute of Technology looked into the impact of government policies put in place to reduce the amount of electronics waste filling up landfills.
As the completion date of The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design nears, Georgia Tech students, faculty, and staff are invited to host their lecture, meeting, or event in one of the most sustainable buildings in the Southeast.
Georgia Tech’s transformation of its physical space helps create healthy spaces that give back to the environment and the campus community.
In January, as 13 new trees were being planted in Tech's triangle green space in the center of campus, the Institute also celebrated 11 consecutive years of earning its Tree Campus USA Certification.
The students from LMC 3308: Environmentalism and Ecocriticism are memorializing a fallen tree in an exhibit at Clough Commons.
The Marshall Sherfield Fellowship offers one engineer or scientist from the United States the chance to do postdoctoral research in the United Kingdom for up to two years.
This fall, Georgia Tech ranked No. 43 in The Princeton Review’s Top 50 Green Colleges and was also featured in the 2018 edition of The Princeton Review Guide to 399 Green Colleges.
Consumer-oriented 3D printers could show up on many holiday wish lists this year, and purchasers should be aware of research conducted at Georgia Institute of Technology that highlights how the popular low-cost devices could pose a health risk.