Unscripted and informal — unearthing leadership’s thinking behind the big ideas taking shape across the Institute and trends likely to define our future — this video series is meant to capture candid conversations between President Ángel Cabrera and thought leaders across Georgia Tech and beyond. Discussions will revolve around various topics related to academics and research, as well as campus life and culture.
"Every day I am inspired by the talent I get to work with, and I’m excited to share it with our entire community."
— Ángel Cabrera
In this installment, President Cabrera chats with Susan Lozier, the new dean of the College of Sciences. They not only share the same start date at Tech (Sept. 3, 2019), they also point to the same campus event as one of their most treasured highlights since then.
In this installment, President Cabrera sits down with Charles Isbell, dean and John P. Imlay Jr. Chair in the College of Computing. The Tech alumnus discusses everything from gender and race in computing to the promise of remote learning and the future of one of the Institute’s most dynamic colleges.
In this video, President Cabrera sits down with conservationist Enric Sala, current National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence and author of The Nature of Nature: Why We Need the Wild, which makes a clear case for why protecting nature is our best health insurance, and why it makes economic sense.
In this video, you'll join President Cabrera in conversation with Dr. Ayanna Howard, Chair of the School of Interactive Computing and author of Sex, Race, and Robots: How to Be Human in the Age of AI, which explores how the tech world’s racial and sexual biases are infecting the next generation of Artificial Intelligence, with profoundly negative effects for humans of all genders and races.