This fall, Rebecca Weaver's Fall 2014 Technical Communication class had the opportunity to work with Hagar Civilization Training Missionary (HCTM) to create the WestSide non-profit's digital presence.
For new faculty, the university environment is not necessarily new but can be an overwhelming entity of operations during the first years. At Tech, many find their place among their peers on campus through mentoring.
Before she enrolled as a graduate student in Digital Media at Tech, Rebecca Rolfe was already an accomplished Web designer at CNN.com, where she prepared artwork for stories, made charts and graphics for the daily news desk, and even helped out with a complete site redesign in 2009
New graduates from the Georgia Tech Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts earn the fifth highest starting salaries among those with degrees in humanities and social sciences according to a new report released October 6 by NerdWallet.
The partnership between Georgia Tech and the Midtown Alliance Business Association aims to engage residents, businesses, and students to develop community focused smartphone apps.
LMC and Digital Media professor Ian Bogost was featured on Yahoo News and in The Chronicle of Higher Education Vitae on the issues of agency in video games and UIUC's rescinding of a tenured professorship offer, respectively.
Five new scholars and professors have joined the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts this fall, bringing knowledge and expertise in a wide range of research interests to the School of Public Policy and the School of Literature, Media, and Communication. Join us in welcoming these tenure-track faculty members to the College.
Richard Utz was invited to contribute a paper on "Rhetoric as a New Paradigm for English Studies" by the Modern Language Association (MLA) Division on the History and Theory of Rhetoric and Composition.
Carol Colatrella, associate dean for graduate studies and professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, has been selected as a recipient of the 2014 Georgia Tech Diversity Champion Award.
Science fiction as a genre has changed immensely since the days of Frankenstein author Mary Shelley. Kathleen Goonan, science fiction author and professor of the practice in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC), represents this shift in the genre through her works involving nanotechnology, synesthesia, and memory and consciousness.
Philip Auslander, professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, was invited to address the relationship between the concepts of theater and performance at Rencontres Recherche et Création
For all of the advances in artificial intelligence, computers alone will never supersede what creative human minds and computers can accomplish jointly, according to Walter Isaacson, biographer and president of the Aspen Institute and lecturer at the 43rd annual Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities.
IAC Featured in Polish Newspaper as Example of How Liberal Arts Grads Can Be Prepared with Marketable Job Skills
An article in Polish national daily publication Gazeta Wyborcza featured the School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC) and Ivan Allen College as a positive example of how the liberal arts can be successfully mixed with the technical sciences to endow students with marketable job skills and the promise of a decent salary.
Robert E. Wood has been named Author of the Year in Poetry by the Georgia Writers Association for his collection of poems The Awkward Poses of Others influenced by other art forms, including film and painting.