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T-Night | August 28

"Traditions Night", now referred to as simply “T-Night,” has emerged over the past half century as a more engaging and celebrative way to preserve Tech history and traditions. “T-Night” is an annual, campus-wide event that strives to teach the student body, particularly the incoming freshman class, Tech history and traditions.6:00-7:30pm, Block Party, Kessler Campanile7:30-9:00pm, Traditions Presentation, 9:00pm Fireworks, Bobby Dodd Stadium

Visit reckclub.org/tnight for updates and more details. STAFF CONTACT: Gerome Stephens

C2D2 Open House 8/28

Posted by Admin On 8/28/2014 0 comments
The Center for Career Discovery and Development will be hosting an open house on August 28th from 4.00 - 7.00 PM.

The Office of Undergraduate Admission is currently accepting applications for the Tour Guide Team, Women's Recruitment Team, and Connect with Tech program.

We're looking for students who are passionate about Tech to assist in our recruitment efforts. If you have students who exude the Tech spirit and would be strong representatives of the Institute, please encourage them to apply for one or all of these opportunities.

Tour guide applications are available online, and students must be a second-year or above to apply. The deadline to apply is September 2.

Women's Recruitment Team applications are due September 5.

Connect with Tech host applications are due September 10.

Dean Jacqueline Royster invites you and your family to attend the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Family Weekend Reception on Friday, September 12 from 3:00-4:30PM.

Need a Suit for Career Fair?

Posted by Admin On 8/28/2014 0 comments
Georgia Tech Students: Need a suit for Career Fair?

Dress for success by renting one from the GT Campus Closet! Drop into the Bill Moore Student Success Center Basement next week to rent a suit for free. Students are responsible for getting the suit dry cleaned at Hamper Haven in the Student Center (for $5) before returning it.

Walk-in rental hours:
Wednesday (September 3rd): 12-5 PM
Thursday (September 4th): 8-9:30 AM
Friday (September 5th): 2-5 PM

Make sure to come early in the week to secure renting your size. The Closet has at least one size of each suit.

Each student can also rent a GT pin, padfolio, and white button down shirt.

If you have any questions, send us an email gtcampuscloset@gmail.com.

In Progress & Service,
GT Campus Closet Committee
Center for Career Discovery & Development www.career.gatech.edu

For folks who are in town over the Labor Day weekend, a heads up that there are a few STSy events at the Decatur Book Festival, including a talk by our own Kristie Macrakis on "Prisoners, Lovers, and Spies" on Saturday, and one by MIT STS alum Laurel Braitman on "Animal Madness" on Sunday. 

Here is the "pocket guide" to the science track: https://sites.google.com/site/2014sciencetrack/

HTS Speaker Series: James Bamford

Posted by Admin On 8/26/2014 0 comments
On September 8, James Bamford will present his talk entitled "Everyone's a Target: Can the NSA's Eavesdropping be Reined In?" at 4:00pm in the Student Center Theatre, co-sponsored by The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. Bamford is a best-selling author and former NSA employee who decided to blow the whistle on the NSA after discovering illegal eavesdropping on US citizens. 

Wednesday, August 27th, 4:00PM: LGBTQIA Resource Center Grand Opening Ceremony! 

Gather in the corridor outside the Women's Resource Center in the Flag Building to hear some short speeches from special guests. President Bud Peterson will cut the ribbon to officially open our new space. Meet the Director, learn about the Center's plans for the coming year, and get information about the services and resources offered there.

Engagement Week Student Organization Fair | August 27-28, 11am-1pm

Engagement Week Student Organization Fair, located on Tech Walkway, provides students a great opportunity to interact with hundreds of Georgia Tech student organizations!

-Wednesday, August 27 will feature: Cultural, Greek Society, Honor Society, Leisure/Recreational, Professional/Departmental, Religious/Spiritual, and Sports Organizations.

-Thursday, August 28 will feature: Educational, Civic Engagement/Service, Performance, Political, Production Organizations and volunteer opportunities with community agencies.

Organizations can go to: https://engagementweekstudentorganizationfair.eventbrite.com to register. Please note, tables will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis and organizations will be charged a $5 fee to ensure attendance.a

Women’s Tips for Success Cheesecake Reception:

-East Campus, Thursday, August 21, 6:30-8:00 PM, Brittain Rec
-West Campus, Tuesday, August 26, 6:30-8:00 PM, Hefner Learning Commons

Incoming women undergraduates are invited to find out tips for succeeding at Tech from a current Georgia Tech student and mingle with other women from a variety of campus organizations. It's a great way to meet other women on campus while enjoying cheesecake and other desserts.

Connect with WRC on Facebook and Twitter

Learn about preparing your resume and yourself for career fairs TODAY August 26, 5:00pm-6:00pm in the Clary Theater in the Student Success Center. 

The Georgia Tech Career Fair that will take place Sept. 8-9.

Interested in interning with the government? Attend the Georgia Tech D.C. and Georgia Legislative Internship Program Info Sessions on September 11 from 11AM-12PM in 152 Clough Commons. 

On Thursday, August 28 from 11:00AM-12:00PM there will be the President's Institute Address. It will take place in the Auditorium 152 in Clough Commons, stop by to here what our Institute's President has to say for this upcoming school year.

PSD to HTML Conversion Help Needed

Posted by Admin On 8/25/2014 0 comments
Want to help out the HTS undergraduate program in its recruitment efforts?  Know how to convert a PSD document to HTML?  Apparently, Dr. D'Unger can do it, but only 1/2 way (the images disappear).  If you have a 1/2 hour to spare to help out the undergraduate program, please email Dr. D'Unger.  Thank you!

The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum presents, “Bearing Witness: Holocaust Survivors Tell Their Remarkable Stories,” a series of six live and interactive presentations beginning September 7, 2014. Each program is free due to a generous grant from the Sara Giles Moore Foundation.

This is a wonderful opportunity for you to witness testimony directly from a Holocaust Survivor and gain a first-hand account of life during the Holocaust. In honor of Bearing Witness, The Breman Museum’s Holocaust Gallery will be open and free to the public from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Docents will be available during the hours of 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm to give tours.

All of the speakers are Atlanta residents with very different experiences. As they recall the horrors of the Holocaust their words rise above hatred and retribution to speak about the strength and will that enabled them to survive.

Each event will be held at the museum – 1440 Spring Street NW (18th Street), Atlanta, GA, 30309 at 2:00 pm.

September 7, 2014, 2:00 pm
Tosia Schneider, Poland
Author of the memoir Someone Must Survive to Tell the World.

November 2, 2014, 2:00 pm
Herbert Kohn, Germany
Eyewitness to Kristallnacht.

December 14, 2014, 2:00 pm
Mort Waitzman, USA
Liberator of German concentration camps and awarded the
bronze star for valor.

January 4, 2015, 2:00 pm
Henry Friedman, Hungary
Survived a firing squad protected by his grandmother's blessing.

March 8, 2015, 2:00 pm
Goldie Bertone and Betty Sunshine
Sisters and children of survivors from Poland. They will tell the story
of their mother, Bella, who escaped from Dachau.

May 3, 2015, 2:00 pm
Penina Bowman, Romania
Auschwitz survivor who married an American GI. Her handmade
wedding dress is on display at the Breman.

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