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Tech Orchestra with Daniel Juárez Perform New Commission

Student Planning Association members at a table outdoors talking to pedestrians. An idea board for parking space reuse stands on the left side. The tablecloth has the logo of the Georgia Tech School of City and Regional Planning.

Planning Students Take Back the Parking Space

View of reflecting pool at Mies van der Rohe pavilion. A net made of strands of plastic shopping bags covers most of the pool.

Cottle Continues The Cost of Money with Installation at Mies van der Rohe Pavilion

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This Week at the College of Design


Lecture and Performance by Spaniard Jazz

Saxophonist: Daniel Juarez

9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. D.M. Smith Building, Room 105

School of City and Regional Planning: Design As If People Matter

Learning from Delhi

11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Architecture East, Room 207

School of Music: Hispanic Imprint

Georgia Tech Concert Orchestra

7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. Ferst Center for the Arts

Georgia Tech Jazz Ensembles

Guest Artist Daniel Juarez

7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. Ferst Center for the Arts

Meet Our New Faculty: Fall Semester 2023

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Patrick Kastner

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Christina Shivers

Headshot of Yiyi He

Yiyi He

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Gregory Randolph

Headshot of Abigale Spangle

Abigale Stangl

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Leandro Tonetto

Headshot of Yixiao Wang

Yixiao Wang

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Jeff Albert

Headshot of Jocelyn Kavanagh

Jocelyn Kavanagh

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Alexandria Smith

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Henrik von Coler

Majors and Degrees

An undergraduate student wears a VR headset and uses a joystick.

Undergraduate Programs

Our bachelor of science degrees combine creativity, collaboration, and technology.
Shimon the robotic, improvising, and singing robot plays music with graduate students.

Graduate Programs

Our graduate students use design to solve real-world problems and develop new technologies.
Exterior shot of the East Architecture building on Georgia Tech campus.

Degrees and Certificates

A full list of the College of Design degrees, minors, and certificates.

Our Work, Our Impact

Julie Kim, center, looks over architecture plans with students at a table

The Citizen Architect: Tech's Signature Approach to Architecture

Graphic design of women faculty sitting on an I-beam.

Georgia Tech Builds Earth-Shifting Change for Construction Industry

Brian Stone

What Happens When Extreme Temperatures Meet Urban Research?

Lisa Marks

Space Lace: Net Fishing in Low Earth Orbit

A robot arm plays a guitar

Art and Technology Harmonize in School of Music

Student Achievement

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Student Journal Wins Douglas Haskell Award

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Senior Housing Carries Turac To Berkeley Prize

Group preparing vegetables at an outdoor table

GIS Embedded Program Visits Rwanda

Yasser El Masri, James Anderson, and Meaghan McSorley stand holding certificates and oversized checks

El Masri, McSorley Win 2023 GSI Award

Karis Wang seated in front of her laptop

Karis Wang Wins Love Family Foundation Award

Julia Pina poses with InVenture Prize People's Choice trophy

Julia Pina: inVenture Prize People's Choice

Jack Rubenstein poses in Georgia Tech Baseball uniform

MRED Student Receives Baseball Team Honor

Panel host Anna Wiles

AIAS Panel: Queer Identity in the Workplace

What's Been Happening in the College

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Duncan Exhibit Displayed in Atlanta AIA HQ

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Kwon Wins 2023 IDSA Education Award

Ece Erdogmus, right, provides an introductory lecture on Architecture/Engineering/Construction industry to the ACE-VADER focus group students, while Steven Kangisser, left, prepares for drone simulations.

Construction Research Improves STEM Accessibility

Headshots of Ali Perry-Hatch and Matt Toner

BC and ID Alumni in '40 Under 40' List

Graphic design that says "Hip-Hop Influences Everything"

Music Faculty Speak on Hip-Hop's Impact

Alexander Lerch sits at his office desk.

Alexander Lerch Named Associate Dean

Graphic design with laurel wreath, the words "Ranked #6" inside the wreath.

Planetizen Ranks Georgia Tech Planning Program Six

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Julie Kim, AIA, Named School of Architecture Chair

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