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New Master of Science in Urban Analytics to Launch in the Fall

Urban planning, computing, and industrial and systems engineering combine to fix big city problems

Strategic Plan Draft Available for Review, Application Period Open for Phase Two Working Groups

Georgia Tech has released the draft of its strategic plan document for community feedback and is accepting applications for working groups.

Charles Isbell Named Dean of College of Computing

Charles Isbell, professor and executive associate dean of the College of Computing, has been named the next dean and John P. Imlay Jr. Chair in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech, effective July 1.

Online Master of Science in Analytics Degree to be Offered for Less Than $10,000

A new online master of science degree in analytics will be offered at a quarter of the cost of the on-campus program.

Jill Watson, Round Three

A class on artificial intelligence will again include non-human teaching assistants.

Taking Undergraduate Computer Science Online

Intro to Computer Science will soon be offered online through edX.

Social Media Claims a Place in News Reporting

How does social media affect news reporting? Is celebrity gossip considered news because someone tweeted it? Or does it only become news after a journalist reports on it?

Georgia Tech Partners with edX to Offer Online Courses

The Georgia Institute of Technology has signed an agreement with edX to offer MOOCs.

Institute Celebrates First Graduates of Online Master's Program in Computer Science

Less than two years after it began, the online master's program in computer science welcomes its first 20 graduates.

College of Computing Mourns Loss of Regents’ Professor Karsten Schwan

Regents’ Professor Karsten Schwan, a prolific researcher and faculty leader in the School of Computer Science at Georgia Tech, passed away Sept. 27, following a battle with cancer.


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