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  • LMC's Brock to Serve on AI Network Advisory Board

    February 20, 2024

    André Brock, associate professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication

    Atlanta communities most vulnerable to bias and inequity in artificial intelligence (AI) are the focus of a new Atlanta-based ethics initiative being funded by a $1.3 million Mellon Foundation grant.

  • Vanderbilt Professor: Humanities and STEM Can Do More Together, and Here’s How

    February 14, 2024

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    Jay Clayton talked to students and faculty about how to integrate the humanities and social sciences into STEM research projects.

  • Ivan Allen College Faculty Earn Summer and Fall 2023 CIOS Honor Roll Placements

    February 13, 2024

    Ivan Allen College CIOS Honor Roll Placements, Fall and Summer 2023

    Sixteen faculty members from across the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts have been named to the Student Recognition of Excellence in Teaching Honor Roll for instructional excellence in the Fall 2023 semester. Ten faculty members from the College were named to the Summer 2023 Honor Roll. 

  • Prompt Engineering: The Art of Getting What You Need From Generative AI

    February 12, 2024

    AI Prompt Engineering

    An Ivan Allen College communicator went to prompt engineering school with Assistant Professor Yeqing Kong. In this article, she shares what she learned.

  • Dean's Report Highlights Momentum in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

    January 31, 2024

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    The Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts is defying enrollment trends in liberal arts and building momentum to expand its positive impact.

  • Black History Month Reading and Viewing Recommendations

    January 30, 2024

    Black History Month 2024

    Faculty and staff members suggest books and feature films that explore race, identity, history, and memory.

  • What Can Space Teach Us About Sustainability? 

    January 23, 2024


    Researchers in the Ivan Allen College think big to explore questions of sustainability on Earth, in outer space, and on a cosmic scale.  

  • First Cohort Announced for Ascend Faculty Professional Development Program

    January 16, 2024

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    Ascend, a new career development program for mid-career faculty, launched its cohort for Spring 2024. Supported by the Office of Faculty Professional Development, Ascend cohort members include academic professionals and lecturers from across campus.

  • Library and IMA present Media Arts Day 2024 Jan. 18

    January 7, 2024

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    The Georgia Tech Library and Interdisciplinary Media Arts Center (IMA) are proud to bring Media Arts Day 2024 to campus Thursday, Jan. 18 from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in various locations throughout the Library.

  • Science Fiction Day 2024 — AI in Sci-Fi

    December 19, 2023

    AI in Sci Fi

    Ivan Allen College science fiction faculty and students offer their suggestions for AI-themed sci-fi.

  • Sustainability Awards Will Help Redesign Ivan Allen College Courses to Include the SDGs

    November 29, 2023

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    Six faculty members each received seed grants to help them work Sustainable Development Goal concepts into their courses.

  • If ‘New Media’ Isn’t New Anymore… What’s Next?

    November 17, 2023

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    The term “new media” refers to any media that’s digital, such as a TV show, a blog, or an online newspaper.  

    However, "even though it's in the title of my professorship, the phrase is old and isn't that commonly used anymore," says Jay Bolter, professor and Wesley Chair of New Media at Georgia Tech's School of Literature, Media, and Communication. "The reason for that is because it has a shelf life. That is to say, what's new media today isn't new media tomorrow, or at least won't be in five years or ten years, given the pace of change in digital technology." 

    So, if it isn't called new media anymore, what are Georgia Tech students learning? 

  • Georgia Tech Digital Media Graduate Students Showcase Sustainability Artwork

    November 8, 2023

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    Graduate Students in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication were among other artists whose work was featured in the Extension of Community exhibit on campus.

  • How The Posthuman Helps Us Respond to a Changing World

    November 7, 2023


    The posthuman, or posthumanism, asks what the world could look like if humans weren't the central characters. Applying that question to literature and media can help us learn how to achieve better futures — and avoid worse ones.

  • Ecohorror: Learning From Mutant Monsters and Killer Plants

    October 18, 2023


    Since Godzilla crawled out of the ocean in 1954, a monstrous consequence of the atomic age, ecohorror has given modern audiences an imaginative way to grapple not only with our primal fear of nature — but also with our complicated feelings about humanity’s impact on the environment.

    This subgenre of horror, in which people face the wrath of nature and its emissaries, has never been more popular — driven in large measure by climate change anxiety and showcase titles such as the hit video game and HBO series The Last of Us.

  • AI: Am I...Being Replaced?

    October 16, 2023

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    In 2023, artificial intelligence is busy. It crafts blog posts, designs advertisements, answers customer service complaints, and even completes homework assignments. And those are just a few of its newer skills — it’s been reviewing resumes, manufacturing automobiles, suggesting songs, recommending products, and surveilling human faces and bodies for years.

    These activities have long required human minds and, in many cases, eyes, ears, mouths, or hands. Now, it seems reasonable for people to ask, “Am I being replaced?”

  • Acclaimed Poetry@Tech Reading Series Returns in Person Oct. 7

    October 3, 2023

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    Georgia Tech’s renowned Poetry@Tech reading series will return to campus after a three-year in-person hiatus. The first reading will be held on Saturday, Oct. 7 and will celebrate the life and work of esteemed poet, teacher, and mentor David Bottoms.

  • 14th Annual France-Atlanta Event Series Returns to Georgia Tech

    September 28, 2023


    Since 2010, the Consulate General of France in Atlanta and the Georgia Tech have partnered together to present “France-Atlanta: Together towards Innovation”. This multidisciplinary event series takes place every fall and is centered on innovation and designed to foster cooperation and exchange between France and the U.S. Southeast. 

  • Where Craft and Mystery Intersect: Meet Victoria Chang, Bourne Chair in Poetry

    September 25, 2023

    Victoria Chang, Margaret T. and Henry C. Bourne Jr. Chair in Poetry and Director of Poetry@Tech

    Victoria Chang, Georgia Tech’s new Margaret T. and Henry C. Bourne Jr. Chair in Poetry and director of Poetry@Tech, thinks that poets and engineers have a lot in common. Science, technology, engineering, and math rely on the same confluence of creativity, innovation, knowledge, and precision artists and poets use.

  • A Morning With Walt Disney Animation Studios

    September 22, 2023

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    On Sept. 22, representatives from Walt Disney Animation Studios visited Georgia Tech to describe career opportunities available with the animation filmmaking division. The event was hosted by the School of Literature, Media, and Communication in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts and Georgia Tech’s Institute for People and Technology (IPaT).

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