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Georgia Tech has been committed to progress and service in our state since 1885. Our community of innovation connects education, research, industry, and government to create opportunity for all Georgians.

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State Impact

The Institute is a major economic driver and a champion of economic opportunity in our state.

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Inclusive Education

of 159 counties

in Georgia are represented within our student population.

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Tech invests knowledge and resources to enhance learning and foster success — for students and for the citizens of Georgia — improving the quality of life for all in our state. 

Economic Impact

As an engine of Progress and Service for more than 135 years, Georgia Tech builds partnerships, creates jobs, and develops skills for the 21st-century economy.

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Georgia Tech supports talented faculty, students, and researchers across disciplines to help solve the most pressing problems facing Georgia and the world today.

Latest Stories

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Smart Cities Innovation Metro Atlanta
MARTA, Georgia Tech Collaborate For Pilot Rideshare Service

MARTA announced plans for a pilot of on-demand rideshare services, in collaboration with Georgia Tech researchers. Beginning March 1, the 6-month MARTA Reach program will test how shuttles can better connect riders to bus and rail services across the West Atlanta, Belvedere, and Gillem Logistics Center service zones.

The Institute will also join MARTA to host a virtual rider workshop Feb. 8, offering the community additional information about MARTA Reach.

Group photo of Professor Cyrus Aidun, Eugene C. Gwaltney Jr Chair Devesh Ranjan, and Srinivas Garimella, Hightower Chair in Engineering
Manufacturing Economic Impact Statewide
Tech Researchers Receive Funding to Support Sustainability for Georgia Wallboard Manufacturers

Two teams of researchers from the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering received $5.3M Department of Energy funding to collaborate with Georgia manufacturers to reduce the energy consumption and carbon emissions of paper, tissue, board, nonwovens and gypsum board production.

Aaron Stebner, associate professor in the College of Engineering, leads a lab session with students in the Delta Air Lines Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility at Georgia Tech.
Defense Innovation Statewide
Georgia Tech Leads Effort to Strengthen State’s Defense Manufacturing Industry

Georgia Tech launched the Georgia Manufacturing 4.0 Consortium to help Georgia businesses in defense and related industries to become more resilient and less susceptible to supply chain disruptions. The Consortium, which will begin accepting members in April 2022, will work with Georgia defense manufacturers to incorporate cybersecurity protocols, smart technologies such as sensor packs, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and other best practices under Industry 4.0 technology standards.

First-generation student Mario Lopez is among 4,805 incoming students for fall 2021.
Education Statewide
Undergraduate Enrollment Growth Reflects Inclusive Excellence

Undergraduate enrollment at Georgia increased almost 2,000 students over the past five years, expanding access to students from all backgrounds. This includes rural Georgia, as well as students in the Black and Hispanic communities. Incoming first-generation students (those who come from families where neither parent graduated from college) also increased by 80%. And for the first time in Institute history, women comprise 40% of the total undergraduate population. 

Biomedical engineering student Mario Lopez of East Dublin, Georgia is among the first-generation students who joined Tech this fall. Read Mario's story.

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Economic Impact Statewide
Georgia Tech Center Leads Business Climate Action Initiative

The Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business (“Center”) at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is launching the Drawdown Georgia Business Compact, an inclusive and collaborative initiative focused on galvanizing climate action in Georgia. With commitments from founding member companies Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Atlanta Gas Light, Better Earth, Cox Enterprises, Delta Air Lines, Eversheds Sutherland, Goodr, Google, Interface, Norfolk Southern, Southwire, The Coca-Cola Company, TKE, UPS, and YKK, the Compact’s mission is to leverage the collective impact of Georgia’s business community to achieve net zero carbon emissions in the state by 2050 through a just, competitive, and sustainable transition.

A robot designed at the Georgia Tech Research Instituter picks peaches from a Georgia farm.
Agriculture Innovation South Georgia (Valdosta)
Peachy Robot: A Glimpse into the Peach Orchard of the Future

Thinning and pruning peach trees is a time- and labor-intensive process. Engineers at the Georgia Tech Research Institute have built a robot designed to intelligently remove branches and small, undergrown peaches to promote a healthy and fruitful orchard, which could result in significant cost savings for Georgia peach farms.

The robot uses a 3D camera to determine peaches that need to be removed and a claw-like device to grab each peach.