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Celebrating Tech Square's New Flagship Building

Coda ribbon cutting
Flanked by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (fifth from left) and Invest Atlanta President/CEO Eloisa Klementich, Georgia Tech President G.P. "Bud" Peterson, along with other state and City of Atlanta officials, took part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the May 23 grand opening of Coda, Tech Square's flagship building.

Five years ago, we announced our plans for a high-performance computing facility in Technology Square on the Georgia Tech campus. Just three years ago, Georgia Tech and Portman announced the development of Coda, an unprecedented, collaborative building.

While we could envision a building, we didn’t envision the magnificent structure for which we helped celebrate the official grand opening on May 23.

It was to be like no other. It was an exciting day to celebrate together Tech Square's new flagship building, and represented one of those moments in life when vision becomes reality through persistence, collaboration, and innovation.

Cabrera Named President of the Georgia Institute of Technology

[Update: July 3, 2019 — Ángel Cabrera will begin his term as president Sept. 1.]

June 13, 2019 — The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (USG) today named Dr. Ángel Cabrera president of the Georgia Institute of Technology. He will assume the position before Sept. 15, 2019.

Commitment to Ethics

Georgia Tech is entrusted by students, parents, taxpayers, sponsors, alumni, donors, and friends with resources and with the responsibility to fulfill our mission of education, research, public service, and economic development. This trust and responsibility require a commitment to ethical standards to assure others that our activities are executed in the best interest of those who support us and of those we serve. 

A Path Forward Together

A Path Forward – Together was created to unite student, staff, and faculty voices around broad themes as a means for creating meaningful, positive change in the student experience at Georgia Tech. In fulfilling the Institute’s commitment to an inclusive, safe, and healthy community, it was designed with three areas of emphasis:  Student and Community Life, Academics, and Health and Well-being.

Commitment to Diversity

“We will recruit, develop, retain, and engage a diverse cadre of students, faculty, and staff with a wide variety of backgrounds, perspectives, interests, and talents, creating a campus community that exemplifies the best in all of us—in our intellectual pursuits, our diversity of thought, our personal integrity, and our inclusive excellence.” 
—Georgia Tech Strategic Plan