Earlier this summer, Stephanie Jackson, Assistant Director of Advising and Professional Development, was nominated for an Erasmus+ International Staff Mobility grant. From May 8-12, Jackson, along with colleagues from other non-EU institutions, met with representatives of SGH Warsaw School of Economics to learn about initiatives in the areas of education, corporate relations, and research. This fall, SGH Warsaw will enroll the first Georgia Tech exchange student. Immediately following the trip to Poland, Jackson visited the campus of
Georgia Tech Lorraine in Metz, France. She was there to observe the European Union Study Abroad program and meet with Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts at Georgia Tech faculty and learn more about courses and programs that will begin at Georgia Tech-Lorraine in the 2017-18 academic year.
Senator Nunn Introduces Chris Wray at Senate Judiciary Committee
Senator Sam Nunn appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee to introduce Chris Wray, the President’s nominee to be the FBI Director. You can watch his introduction below beginning at 28m25s:
Garver Writes Article for the South China Morning Post
Professor Emeritus John Garver wrote an article entitled, “This Standoff is China Telling India to Accept Changing Realities," for the South China Morning Post. Read Dr. Garver’s article here.
Kosal Serves on Experts Group on Biosecurity
Nunn School Associate Professor Margaret E. Kosal participated in the first meeting of the Biosecurity Policy Experts Working Group on “Development of a Roadmap for Implementing New and Changing U.S. Biosecurity Policy.” Continue reading the article here.
Kosal Cited in Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Nunn School Associate Professor Margaret E. Kosal was cited on emerging technologies and technological diffusion related to national security at strategic and operational levels in the recent issue of Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News. You can read the article here.