Greg Lukianoff, president and CEO of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), joins President Cabrera in a dialogue on the principles of freedom of speech on today’s college campus.

From top college programs to the Olympics, women’s basketball head coach Nell Fortner has found success by surrounding herself with great people, fostering enthusiasm, and always being prepared. She explains what makes the games fun to watch, and her connection with Yellow Jacket fans.

Vice President for Institute Relations Bert Reeves’ commitment to public service has taken many forms over the years. Now he’s come full circle, back to his alma mater, and he’s eager to share the Georgia Tech story with government and community stakeholders. He also reveals what it was like to be Buzz. 

UC-Davis Chancellor Gary May, a Tech alumnus and former dean of the College of Engineering, discusses his leadership journey and the importance of role models. His message? Find the right mentor and the right situation — and work hard.

What exactly is a provost? Steve McLaughlin explains, and talks about current challenges, his gratifying work with students and faculty, and his new perspective on the Georgia Tech community.

With three decades of experience as a student affairs professional, Luoluo Hong’s commitment to Tech students, their success, and their well-being is profound — and personal.