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New Chair of @Sppgatech will appreciate that DM Smith's offices have been been renovated. #tbt #ThrowbackThursday
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Congratulations to Camilo Caballero! This international affairs major from the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs has been selected as a "National Thomas R. Pickering Fellow" by the U.S. Department of State and the National Woodrow Wilson Foundation. He will receive full funding to attend any graduate school in the country including the Ivy League schools which comprise his top choices, and then go on to become a Foreign Service Officer.
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Congratulations to Ayanda Francis! She has just been selected for a 2014-2015 Fulbright U.S. Student Award to Turkey. The The Fulbright Program is a prestigious educational exchange program. Ayanda has previously interned for Alliance Française d'Atlanta, the Korean Institute for National Unification, and the Istanbul Center.
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INTA professor Michael Best is the new and inaugural global computing editor for the Communications for the Association for Computing Machinery (CACM).

His first column, "Thinking Outside the Continent," addresses computing and the global south and can be found in the April issue of the magazine. http://ow.ly/vlZR2
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The Georgia Tech Center for Academic Enrichment and the This I Believe Program invites you to join them from 11:00 am to 12:00 Noon, Thursday, March 27, in the Clough Lounge (Suite 205, Clough Commons) to hear our dean, Dr. Jacqueline Royster, speak on her belief that the power of words evoke and inspire.
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Congrats & welcome to Dr. Kaye Husbands Fealings who will be joining the IAC as Chair of @Sppgatech this July! http://ow.ly/vRUiq
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In celebration of the 125th anniversary of liberal arts at Georgia Tech, this year's Founder's Day featured a panel discussion on the past, present, and future of liberal arts situated at the crossroads of humanities, social sciences, and technology.
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Prisoners, Lovers, and Spies. Professor Kristie Macrakis' has unearthed top-secret methods and formulas for invisible ink in previously unavailable Cold War archives.

Full of international intrigue, secret romance, and harrowing tales of lives on the line all for a bit of secret information, the recently published book will be available on the first stop of Macraki's national book tour.

Tuesday, April 8th, at 7:00 p.m. at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library
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Sam Nunn, distinguished INTA professor, recently co-authored an opinion piece in the Washington Post along with George Shultz, distinguished fellow at Stanford University.

The piece addresses what basic approach the U.S. and its allies should take, and how to implement it over time to benefit our long-term interests, in the face of Russia's recent takeover of Crimea.
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The Princeton Review has named Georgia Tech's Digital Media Program one of the top 25 graduate schools to study game design.

16th on the list, the DM program was evaluated by looking at a number of criteria, including school curriculum, faculty, facilities, and infrastructure, career services and technology.
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Innovation at the Crossroads of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Technology
Introduction
The liberal arts have been part of Georgia Tech since it opened its doors in 1888. We have since grown to prominence as one of the Institute’s six colleges. 

Research and education in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts bridge the traditional separation between engineering, science, and computing, and the humanities and social sciences. From this interdisciplinary crossroads, our faculty and students consider the human implications of technologies, policies, and actions, and create sustainable solutions for our world.

Our graduates are distinguished by their ability to navigate both technical and non-technical realms. They enter careers in government, business, public policy, international affairs, law, technology, and new media.

First formed as a college in 1948, Ivan Allen College was re-founded in 1990 in honor of former Atlanta mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor Allen was a transformational urban leader and a pivotal advocate for the advancement of civil rights in America. His humanitarian vision and social courage, and his commitment to social justice and ethically responsible civic leadership guide research and learning in the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, and our engagement with the world around us. 

Schools within the Georgia Tech Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts:
Economics
History, Technology, and Society
Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
Literature, Communication, and Culture
Modern Languages
Public Policy