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Diversity is one of Georgia Tech's greatest strengths. We have students who represent every state in the nation and more than 100 countries of the world. Georgia Tech students should graduate knowing how to learn, live, work, and lead in a global world.
The commemoration of the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Georgia Institute of Technology encompasses an ambitious slate of events organized by faculty, staff, and students. Our MLK Celebration includes various educational programs and service opportunities to encourage active participation from the campus and nearby community.
The Office of the Arts announces a new Arts@Tech Season celebrating the intersection of art and technology, along with a major renovation in the Ferst Center for the Arts and special “Fun and Free” campus programming for the fall semester.
Skid is a celebration of the vulnerability and strength of humanity. Komansé Dance Theater, led by Georgia Tech student Raianna Brown, takes a provocative look at homelessness and gentrification in the metro Atlanta area and beyond.
The video game Journey, described by critics as “the most beautiful game of its time,” takes center stage as Chicago-based Fifth House Ensemble teams up with composer Austin Wintory to present an original, interactive live performance.