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17 Songs to Play While Watching the 2017 Solar Eclipse

We’ve got eclipse fever at Georgia Tech. Science fans here in Professional Education have put together 17 songs for you to listen to while viewing what astronomers have named the "Great American Eclipse" on August 21, 2017. 

If you're in Atlanta, GA 30308 like us, the eclipse will peak at 2:36:42 pm EDT, when the moon obscures 97.2% of the sun. The full show is from 1:06pm to 4:02pm. Here’s what you’ll see where you live.

Georgia Tech-Savannah graduates its first Coding Boot Camp

As web design and development move to the forefront in today’s economy, Georgia-Tech Savannah this week graduated its first Coding Boot Camp. The intense six-month program teaches the fundamentals of coding and web development.

“I have never seen code before, and I definitely feel like I got a lot out of this boot camp,” graduate Laurie Zipperer said.

G.I. Jobs: Talking Tap

Fort Stewart is the home of the 3rd Infantry Division, the storied “Marne Division” that first earned fame in World War I, has served in every conflict since, and deployed multiple times during the Global War on Ter- ror. In the middle of the post, the Warriors Walk honors the 468 fallen members of the division who have made the ultimate sacrifice since Sept. 11. Not far away, the Soldier for Life - Transition Assis- tance Program (SFL-TAP) helps between 300 and 500 soldiers every month transi- tion back to civilian life.

Georgia Tech to offer free online classes 100 seeking logistics jobs

On Common Ground News: The Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) annoucement to partner with the City of Covington, Newton County and the surrounding counties to bring the LEAP online courses.

The City of Covington and Newton County are partnering with the Georgia Institute of Technology to provide a pilot program to help spur growth in the field of logistics.

Colleges Are Retooling Their Construction Programs

Construction Executive: Colleges Are Retooling Their Construction Programs To Suit Today’s Students And Employers

Professional Programs at Georgia Tech Recognized for Innovation and Value

The University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA), a leader in professional, continuing and online education has announced the recipients of the 2017 Association Awards. Georgia Institute of Technology was selected for awards recognizing institutional and individual achievements. 

Inside Higher Ed features a story about Georgia Tech’s latest master’s degree

Inside Higher Ed: Three years after its low-cost MOOC-inspired master’s degree program in computer science launched, the institute announces a new program in analytics priced at less than $10,000.

The Georgia Institute of Technology will this fall offer an online master’s degree program in analytics for less than $10,000, a new investment in the institute’s model for low-cost, online graduate education.

Georgia Tech Creates First Online MS in Analytics Degree for Less Than $10,000

ATLANTA - January 07, 2017 - The Georgia Institute of Technology has announced a new online master of science degree that will be offered at a quarter of the cost of its on-campus program. The Institute’s top 10-ranked program in analytics will be delivered in collaboration with edX, the leading nonprofit MOOC provider.

Georgia Tech Expands View of the Traditional Learner

ATLANTA, Ga., November 28, 2016 – In response to the national trend of rapid growth of “nontraditional” students, and a projected twenty-three percent increase in learners aged 25 and over by 2019, Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE), with the Center for 21st Century Universities (C21U) and the Colle

Business in Savannah interviews Diane Lee

Diane Lee, director of Georgia Tech Savannah, spoke with Business In Savannah about the role the campus plays in coastal Georgia communities. In the interview, Lee highlights some of the programs offered at Georgia Tech Savannah, their outreach efforts, and the future of the campus.

To what kind of students does Georgia Tech-Savannah cater?

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