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Ruth Kanfer - Ageless Talent: Enhancing the Performance and Well-Being of Your Age-Diverse Workforce

Kanfer will discuss the book’s strategies and tools for addressing problems related to employee motivation, performance, and well-being in the context of rapid technological and social change.…

From  Katie Gentilello on June 28th, 2021 1 plays 0  

Panel Discussion with Former Students of Hin Bredendieck

How did Hin Bredendieck’s teaching philosophy and experience at the Bauhaus impact designers who studied under him? Join the Georgia Tech Library for a live streamed panel discussion with the…

From  Katie Gentilello on May 8th, 2021 9 plays 0  

Bauhaus Book Talk: Hin Bredendieck: From Aurich to Atlanta

The Georgia Tech Library welcomes Gloria Köpnick and Rainer Stamm in conversation with Dean Leslie Sharp for a lively discussion of their 2020 book Hin Bredendieck: From Aurich to Atlanta. This…

From  Katie Gentilello on May 5th, 2021 3 plays 0  

Ismael Rafols - Mapping How Science May Contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Analysts are rapidly developing methods to map publications to SDGs in the face of policy demands. However, as reported by Armitage et al. (2020), a high degree of inconsistency is found when…

From  Katie Gentilello on April 1st, 2021 28 plays 0  

Diana Hicks - Best Practices in Research Metrics: A Conversation with the lead author of the Leiden Manifesto

Join Professor Diana Hicks of the Georgia Tech School of Public Policy for a conversation about the Leiden Manifesto for Research Metrics. There will be a high level overview of the 10 principles to…

From  Katie Gentilello on October 20th, 2020 4 plays 0  

Professor Debate on the Topic - Do We Live In a Simulation?

Do we live in a simulation? The School of Physics and the Society of Physics Students will host a public debate between faculty from the College of Science and the College of Computing to answer…

From  Katie Gentilello on November 20th, 2019 286 plays 0  

John Wise, Gongjie Li - Cosmology and Exoplanets: Unpacking the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics

Cosmology studies the universe at the largest scales, applying the laws of physics over billions of light years and all the way back to the universe's infancy. In dozens of groundbreaking…

From  Katie Gentilello on November 7th, 2019 55 plays 0  

David Hu - Cube-Shaped Poo and Georgia Tech's Second Ig Nobel Prize

How does a wombat produce cube-shaped feces? How long does it take an elephant to urinate? Answering these two questions have landed David Hu two Ig Nobel Prizes, awards given at Harvard University…

From  Katie Gentilello on October 25th, 2019 87 plays 0  

Konstantin Batygin - Planet Nine From Outer Space

At the outskirts of the solar system, beyond the orbit of Neptune, lies an expansive field of icy debris known as the Kuiper belt. The orbits of the individual asteroid-like bodies within the Kuiper…

From  Katie Gentilello on April 16th, 2019 70 plays 0  

Michael Lemonick - How a Failed Astrophysics Major Became a Successful Science Writer

I knew from the time I was a very young child that I wanted to be an astronomer. The dream lasted until I got to college, where I learned to my dismay that I actually had no passion for doing what an…

From  Katie Gentilello on March 18th, 2019 47 plays 0  

Zeb Rocklin - The Science of Origami

What kinds of shapes can you make by folding a sheet of paper? How strong can you make them, or how flexible? Although we've been folding paper for centuries, we're still discovering…

From  Katie Gentilello on February 28th, 2019 137 plays 0  

How the Universe Made the Elements in the Periodic Table - James Sowell

The creation of the elements in the universe took billions of years and required various processes.The first few minutes of the big bang produced only hydrogen (H) and helium (He). No new elements…

From  Katie Gentilello on February 13th, 2019 52 plays 0  

African Societies in Development: Critical Challenges and Successes : a Panel Discussion

In celebration of Black History Month, Ivan Allen College, Office of the Dean presented a panel discussion on African Societies in Development. Moderator, Georgia A. Persons, School of Public Policy,…

From  Katie Gentilello on December 13th, 2018 4 plays 0  

Michael F. Schatz - Forecasting Turbulence

Fluid turbulence is one of the greatest unsolved problems of classical physics (and the subject of a million dollar mathematical (Millenium) challenge). Centuries of research--including Leonardo da…

From  Katie Gentilello on December 3rd, 2018 58 plays 0  

Machiel Keestra - Interdisciplinary Integration After the Neuro-turn: Problems with the ‘Neurofication’ of Theology

The recent emergence of neuro-disciplines like neuro-economics, neuro-anthropology, neurophilosophy and neuro-politics is exciting for those working in these ‘neurofied’ disciplines, as…

From  Katie Gentilello on November 20th, 2018 29 plays 0  

Jennifer Curtis, Chandra Raman, Rick Trebino - Celebration of 2018 Physics Nobel Prize: Lighting the way with microscopic tractor beams and sculpted laser pulse

The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics recognizes two breakthrough inventions in laser physics. The first, optical tweezers, allows scientist and engineers to use lasers like the tractor beams of Star Trek…

From  Katie Gentilello on November 7th, 2018 19 plays 0