Georgia Tech will celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with its annual MLK Celebration in January.
50 Years of Title IX continues this month with the launch of the first annual report from the Office of Equity and Compliance Programs and several events highlighting the impact of the landmark federal ruling, including a Conversation with Cabrera featuring Sherry Boschert.
The research project, called “Collaborative Research Broadening Participation of Latinx Students in Computer Science by Integrating Culturally Relevant Computational Music Practices,” is part of a $2.9 million National Science Foundation grant the two institutions received in 2020 for the four-year study that takes place simultaneously in Georgia and Puerto Rico schools.
The 12th Annual MLK Lecture will be held on January 12, featuring Eddie Glaude Jr., Ph.D., James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor and chair of the department of African American Studies at Princeton University.
The 2023 MLK celebrations will include various virtual and in-person educational programs and service opportunities to encourage active participation from the campus and nearby community.
The Focus Program is designed to attract the brightest underrepresented minority students and encourage them to pursue graduate degrees at Georgia Tech.