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Liberal Arts @ Georgia Tech
Sep 1, 2018
Poetry@Tech's 2018-2019 Reading Series
Aug 1, 2018
Science fiction minor @ Georgia Tech
Overview Faculty and students in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication have long been pioneers in science fiction studies. ...
Jul 7, 2018
LMC's Career Origination Lab
Looking for the kind of place that extends what you learn in class to an internship, a specific applied experience, a collaborative work...
Jun 1, 2018
LMC's Literary Journal: Atlanta Review
Did you know that the School of Literature, Media, and Communication houses an international poetry journal, the Atlanta Review, edited...
May 10, 2018
Rambling Wreck into German
On March, 28, 2018, a German version of the Georgia Tech fight song premiered during the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts...
Apr 16, 2018
LMC Film Festival
What happens when LMC's John Thornton takes over Atlanta's Plaza Theater to show four documentaries produced by this students? The School...
Mar 30, 2018
Pilot Projects for Living Building Project
Work on the academic advisory board for Georgia Tech's thirty million dollar Living Building Project (sponsored by the Kendeda...
Mar 24, 2018
Inclusive Leaders Academy
Proud to be part of the executive section of Georgia Tech's Inclusive Leaders Academy. It demonstrates the continued need to build...
Feb 18, 2017
The Diversity Question and the Administrative-Job Interview
Search committees have a list of six to 10 usual questions they ask every candidate interviewing to be a department chair or dean. There...
Oct 28, 2016
When we interrupt others...
My colleagues, Brian Larson, Carol Colatrella, and I on the practice (and gender differences) of interrupting others during workplace...
Sep 19, 2013
Fit for Germany?
Expats from the country or Americans seeking jobs there are in for some surprises when applying for faculty posts. Inside Higher Ed
Mar 5, 2013
The English professor as entrepreneur
Scholars in the humanities have a money-making tradition to draw upon, and they should embrace it. Inside Higher Ed