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Title: Graduate Orientation


1
Graduate Orientation
  • August 11, 2009
  • Alexander Memorial Coliseum

2
Graduate Orientation 2009
  • Welcome
  • G.P. Bud Peterson
  • President
  • Georgia Institute of Technology

3
Graduate Orientation 2009
  • Graduate Study at Georgia Tech
  • Raymond Vito
  • Vice Provost for Graduate Undergraduate Studies

4
An Overview of
Georgia Tech
Raymond P. Vito Vice Provost for Graduate
Undergraduate Studies and Professor of Mechanical
Engineering
5
Historical Highlights
  • The Georgia School of Technology opened for
    classes October 8, 1888 with
  • 129 students registered for first degree offered
    - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
  • The first academic building was the distinctive
    Tech Tower.
  • First staff and faculty included five professors
    and five shop supervisors.
  • The first official motto was, To Know, To Do, To
    Be.
  • The Technologian, the first student publication,
    appeared March 1891.
  • In 1903, John Heisman became Tech's first
    full-time football coach.
  • In 1948, Georgia School of Technology was renamed
    the Georgia Institute of Technology.
  • The first women students enrolled - Fall Quarter
    1952.

6
Georgia Tech Recognized for excellence
  • Among top 10 public universities in the United
    States
  • Among top 5 engineering schools in the United
    States
  • Nationally ranked for computing, architecture,
    management, and selected science and liberal arts
    programs.
  • Caliber of incoming freshmen among nations top 5
    public universities.

7
Graduate Engineering Programs Ranked Nationally
  • Georgia Tech's College of Engineering ranked
    among the top four graduate schools in the nation
    according to U.S. News World Report. Specific
    graduate programs ranked in the top 10 include
  • 1st in Industrial and Systems Engineering (18th
    consecutive year)
  • 2nd in Biomedical Engineering
  • 4th in Aerospace Engineering
  • 5th in Environmental Engineering
  • 6th in Civil Engineering
  • 6th in Electrical Engineering
  • 6th in Mechanical Engineering
  • 7th in Computer Engineering
  • 8th in Materials Engineering
  • 8th in Nuclear Engineering

8
Georgia Tech Vision
Georgia Tech will define the technological
research university of the 21st century and
educate the leaders of a technologically driven
world.
9
Achieving the vision
  • Excellence and innovation
  • Best students, faculty, staff
  • Innovative educational programs
  • Interdisciplinary environment
  • Leading-edge facilities, services
  • Industry and community collaboration
  • Global engagement
  • Optimal technology transfer

10
Georgia Tech Savannah
Georgia Tech Ireland
Georgia Tech Atlanta
Georgia Tech Singapore
Georgia Tech Lorraine
11
A new breed of graduate who…
  • Understands technology.
  • Even liberal arts studies are imbued with
    technology
  • Knows how to ask questions as well as find
    answers.
  • Almost half of undergraduates do
  • structured research for credit.
  • Has a sustainability perspective.
  • Environmental sustainability pervades the
  • curriculum.
  • Is a citizen of the world.
  • 7 of graduate students studied abroad last year.
  • Is prepared for leadership.
  • Tech offers a multitude of leadership learning
  • experience in and out of the classroom.

12
A Uniquely Diverse Community
  • Ethnically diverse
  • Nations No. 1 producer of under-represented
    minority and female engineers
  • Awards 10 of nations African-American
    engineering PhDs
  • Culturally diverse
  • More international students than any other
    college or university in Georgia

13
Students
18,000 students enrolled
  • Growing enrollment added almost 5,000 students
    in the past 10 years.
  • 12,000 undergraduates
  • 6,000 graduate students
  • Graduate program growth in past 10 years
  • 82 increase in PhD enrollment 79 percent
    increase in degrees granted.
  • 46 increase in masters enrollment 43 percent
    increase in degrees granted.

Georgia Tech is a national leader in graduating
engineers, including minorities women.
14
Academic Programs
  • Multidisciplinary degrees
  • Algorithms, Combinatorics Optimization
  • Bioengineering
  • Bioinformatics
  • Computational Science Engineering
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Interdisciplinary Bioengineering Program
  • Paper Science Engineering
  • Polymers
  • Quantitative Computational Finance
  • Statistics


15
College Profiles
Total Undergraduate Enrollment 12, 973 Total
Graduate Enrollment 6,440
16
Faculty
  • 954 academic faculty
  • 961 research faculty
  • 208 post-doctoral fellows
  • 125 endowed chairs and professorships
  • 28 National Academy members
  • 112 NSF CAREER Awards (2nd highest in the nation)
  • 7 PECASE Awards (among top 10)

17
Graduate Student Opportunities
  • Graduate Cooperative Education Program
  • Graduate Fellowships
  • International Dual Degree Programs
  • Georgia Tech Lorraine Metz, France
  • Logistics Institute Asia Pacific - Singapore
  • Georgia TechShanghai Shanghai, China
  • Seoul National University - Korea
  • Politecnico di Torino Torino, Italy
  • Enterprise Innovation Institute improving
    competitiveness through the application of
    science, technology and innovation
  • Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC)
    Technology Incubator , educational programs,
    online resources
  • Venture Lab
  • Strategic Partners
  • Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and
    Learning (CETL)
  • Serves as a faculty development center - assists
    faculty in their teaching skills through improved
    lecturing and through administering the
    Institute Course/Instructor Opinion Survey
    (CIOS). 

18
20 National Centers of Excellence Including
  • Microelectronics Packaging Research Center
  • Center for Organic Photonics Electronics
  • Center for the Engineering of Living Tissues
  • 3 NIH nanomedicine centers
  • Mid-America Earthquake Center
  • Center for Environmentally Responsible Solvents
    and Processes

19
Innovative Interdisciplinary Facilities
Biotechnology Complex
Klaus Advanced Computing Building
Technology Square
20
Interdisciplinary Research Thrusts
Energy sustainability
High performance computing
Robotics
21
Interdisciplinary Research Thrusts
Nano- medicine
Electronic health systems
Systems biology
Disasters, water
22
Sponsored RD at Georgia Tech
  • Over 50 million in industry RD
  • 102 million in defense RD
  • Classified and unclassified RD
  • Experience with industry IP, import/export
    regulations (ITAR, EAR), and publications
  • RD operations at international campuses in
    Europe, Pacific Rim

23
Annual Research Activity (in millions)
24
Stimulating economic growth
  • 4 billion annual impact on the state of Georgia
  • Top 10 university in patents awarded
  • 1997-2007 created 92 new companies
  • Global recognition for commercializing
    biotechnology
  • No. 4 in start-up companies
  • No. 8 in patents filed
  • No. 11 in technology transfer

Milken Institute
CardioMEMS
25
Engaging the Community
  • NCAA Division I-A sports
  • Ferst Center for the Arts
  • Hosting athletic competitions, community events
  • Midtowns largest bookstore
  • Volunteer activities

26
Welcome to Tech!
26
11/22/2009
27
Graduate Orientation 2009
  • Navigating with BuzzPort
  • Debbie Rice
  • Director, Enrollment Services

28
BuzzPort Campus Portal
  • Simplified Access to What You
  • Need at Georgia Tech

29
BUZZPORT.GATECH.EDU
  • Access with GT Account
  • Content is displayed on TABS and is customized
    based on your role at the Institute (student,
    faculty, researcher)
  • A One Stop Shop for ease of access

30
BuzzPort Main Tab
  • View Campus and Personal Announcements
  • View / Access GT E-mail
  • View / Access GT Calendar
  • Maintain Personal Bookmarks
  • View Campus Events
  • View Your Group Memberships

31
Integrated Access to GT Email
32
Integrated Access to GT Calendar
33
Seamless Access to OSCAR (Student Information
System)
34
Student Tab
  • Access the Student Information System
  • Registration, add/drop classes
  • Review financial records
  • View grades
  • Order transcripts
  • View holds

35
Student Life Tab
  • View Student Events
  • Access to Campus Resources
  • Access Student Organization Groups

36
What is a BuzzPort Group?
  • BuzzPort groups can be utilized for
  • courses
  • organizations
  • administrative / committee functions
  • Groups are collaborative entities designed to
    foster communication

37
Course Resources
38
Course and Group Tools
  • Homepage
  • Announcements
  • News
  • Photos
  • Links
  • Files
  • Calendar
  • E-mail
  • Chat
  • Message Board
  • Membership List

39
Customize Your BuzzPort Layout
  • Add new tabs
  • Add / move / remove content channels
  • Define a default tab
  • Add / resize / remove columns

40
HELP Tab with Tutorials
41
Benefits of Using BuzzPort
  • Access your BuzzPort account from a web browser
  • Access your BuzzPort from anywhere.
  • Seamless Access to services by utilizing Your GT
    Account
  • Personalized Web Resources
  • Simple Tools

42
What to do first…
  • Make certain that your GT Account is active
  • Click the hour-glass icon on the toolbar and set
    your default timeout
  • Read the tutorials on the HELP tab

43
Contact Us
  • If you have questions or comments, please click
    the Contact Us link at the bottom of any
    BuzzPort page

44
Graduate Orientation 2009
  • Financial Aid
  • Marie Mons
  • Director, Student Financial Services

45
Fellowships, Assistantships and Student Loans
Georgia Tech Graduate Student Orientation
Presented by Office of Scholarships and
Financial Aid
2009-2010
46
Office of Scholarships Financial Aid - OSFA
  • Office Location
  • 3rd Floor Bill Moore Student Success Center
    (attached
  • to Football Stadium)
  • Advisors available from 800 to 400 Monday
    Friday
  • Advisors
  • Student Loan Questions - Designated Advisor
    based upon students last name
  • Graduate Fellowship Coordinator Mr. Darren
    Nowell

47
www.finaid.gatech.edu
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Applications and Forms
  • Eligibility Enrollment Status Requirements
  • Staff Directory and Contact Information

48
Financial Aid Self Service …Available via BuzzPort
  • Loan Application Status…..review outstanding
    requirements
  • Award Notification…..see all awards for each
    semester
  • Monitor Satisfactory Progress…GOOD, Warning or
    Suspended

49
Types of Graduate Financial Assistance
  • Student Loans
  • Subsidized Direct Student Loan
  • Unsubsidized Direct Student Loan
  • Graduate PLUS Direct Student Loan
  • Private Loans Through Various Lenders

50
Fellowships and Fellowship Stipends
  • Departmental Awards
  • External Entities and Organizations
  • Award Information is sent to OSFA for processing
  • Fellowships that include stipends
  • Stipends are Paid monthly by OSFA
  • Credited to Account in Bursars Office

51
Assistantships
  • Research Assistants Teaching Assistants
  • Tuition Subsidy
  • Paid Monthly Through Payroll
  • Coordinated by Departments
  • Graduate Coordinator is best source of info

52
Disbursement
  • Fellowship awards and Student Loan Disbursements
    will Begin on August 12th
  • Monthly Fellowship Stipend Payments Processed by
    OSFA begin on August 26th
  • Stipend Payment Schedule Available at
  • www.finaid.gatech.edu/stipends.php

53
Possible Disbursement Issues
  • Funds will not be disbursed if
  • Missing a Requirement associated with the fund
  • Improper Enrollment Status
  • Assistantships, Fellowships and Stipends Require
    Full Time Enrollment 12 or more hours of Course
    Work for Degree Credit
  • Student Loans Require at Least Half Time
    Enrollment 6 or more hours

54
Important Reminders
  • OSFA will send all correspondence to your
    official GT Email account
  • Sign Up of Direct Deposit with the Bursars
    Office to insure delivery of your loan proceeds
    and fellowship stipends

55
More Reminders
  • GRA/GTA stipends are paid through Payroll
    Requires a separate/different Direct Deposit
  • Please visit/contact OSFA if you have any
    questions

56
Graduate Orientation 2009
  • Bursars Office
  • Carol Payne
  • Bursar

57
Paying your tuition Presented by Bursars
Office
Georgia Tech Graduate Orientation
NGO 2009-2010
58
Bursars Office
Telephone 404-894-4618 404-894-5536 fax
Address Lyman Hall 225 North Avenue Atlanta,
Georgia 30332-0255 Office Hours 830 a.m. to
400 p.m., M-F Web Site www.bursar.gatech.edu E
mail Bursar.ask_at_business.gatech.edu

Lyman Hall
Student Success Center
Stadium
North Avenue
59
Cost of Attendance (two semesters)
60
Graduate Tuition Differentials
  • Business Administration, Building Construction,
    Prosthetics Orthotics, Quant Comp Fin,
    Bioinformatics, Industrial Design, Music
    Technology, Architecture, evening MBA, Biomedical
    and distance learning programs.

http//www.bursar.gatech.edu/student/tuition/Fall0
9_Spr10/Fall09_Spr10-all_fees.pdf
61
Program Differential-Dual majors
  • Tuition charged based on higher tuition
  • Example
  • Major MS-ECE-regular grad rate
  • Add secondary Major MBA
  • Assessed MBA rate for all hours registered

62
GRA/GTA Waivers
  • Students eligible for a GRA/GTA Tuition waivers
    will have the regular graduate rate reduced to
    25 per term. Will be required to pay student
    fees.
  • Example MBA 1,052 if resident versus,25.

http//www.bursar.gatech.edu/student/tuition/Fall0
9_Spr10/Fall09_Spr10-all_fees.pdf
63
Bursars Office Web Access
  • Public information
  • www.bursar.gatech.edu

64
Web Site Information
  • Important dates
  • Fee Deadlines
  • Web payment options
  • Refund policy
  • Access information

65
Web Invoice Statements
  • No mailed invoices
  • View invoice in Self Service and in Student Bill
    Payment Portal
  • Authorized users access Student Bill Payment
    Portal (email address and password required)
  • Available 24/7

66
https\\buzzport.gatech.edu
67
https\\buzzport.gatech.edu
68
https\\buzzport.gatech.edu
69
https\\buzzport.gatech.edu
70
Student Bill Payment Portal Student Account
Suite Features
  • Check your balance
  • Make a payment towards your balance
  • View your payment history
  • Store your payment methods for quick and easy
    payment
  • As a student, provide permission to others
    (parents, employers, etc) to view your bill and
    make payments

71
www.bursar.gatech.edu
72
www.bursar.gatech.edu
73
Student Bill Payment Portal
74
How to Pay Most Popular Choices
  • Scholarships and Financial Aid are disbursed
    directly to student account to offset charges.
    Any residuals will be refunded via direct
    deposit.
  • GRA/GTA Payroll Deduction
  • Over the WEB http//oscar.gatech.edu
  • Webcheck (Free)
  • Credit Card (Fee applies)

75
Payment Options
  • Traditional Methods
  • (ALWAYS include GTID and Student Name)
  • Cash/Checks (in person or via mail)
  • Wires
  • Drop box at Lyman Hall
  • NOTE USG/BOR has not authorized any payment plans

76
Web Payment Options
  • Web-Check (eCheck)
  • No cost to student
  • Requires Bank routing number (ABA)
  • Requires Bank account number
  • Credit Card Payments
  • Third party provider
  • 2.75 service fee
  • MasterCard/AMEX Discover only

77
GRA/GTA Payroll Deduction
  • Available Fall and Spring Terms only
  • Hired as GRA/GTA and paid monthly
  • Deduction will be taken from Sept, Oct, and Nov
    pay
  • Make sure all waivers and payments have been
    applied to account
  • Once elected the amount cannot be changed

78
Before Making a Payment
  • Verify your enrollment is correct
  • Verify all charges are on your invoice
  • Verify all Financial Aid has been disbursed
  • Scholarships and Financial Aid are disbursed
    directly to your student account to offset
    charges. Residuals will be refunded via direct
    deposit
  • Verify all payments have been received

79
Student Refunds
  • Refunds can occur for a variety of reasons
  • Financial Aid Refunds
  • Overpayments
  • Dropped Classes
  • Refunds will be returned through Direct Deposit
  • Refund Policy for withdrawals is posted on the
    Bursar website

80
Direct Deposit
  • Direct Deposit Signup is Required
  • Convenient very secure for Refunds
  • Funds available within 24 hours in most cases
  • No checks lost in the mail
  • Sign up through Oscar/Campus Services menu

Sign Up Today!!!!!
81
Email Notifications
  • GTs official means of correspondence
  • Notification of pending fee deadlines
  • Notification of web payments received
  • Class cancellation warning
  • Class cancellation notice

82
Important Dates/Deadlines
83
Final Remarks
  • Communication will be with the student, not with
    the parents(FERPA)
  • It is the students responsibility to make sure
    that all requirements of his/her Student Account
    are satisfied by the deadlines
  • Check your Student Invoice Statement on the Web
    often, especially as payment deadlines approach
  • Check your e-mail for Updates
  • Sign up for Direct Deposit
  • Authorize parents access to student account!

84
Graduate Orientation 2009
  • Registration
  • Craig Womack
  • Associate Registrar

85
Graduate Orientation August 11, 2009
  • Office of the Registrar

86
Office of the Registrar
  • www.registrar.gatech.edu
  • FERPA
  • Registration
  • Student Responsibilities

87
FERPA
  • The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act is
    a Federal law designed to protect the privacy of
    student records.

88
Directory Information
  • Directory Information is information not
    generally considered harmful or an invasion of
    privacy if disclosed. Effective November 1, 2007,
    the Georgia Institute of Technology considers the
    following information to be directory
    information

89
Directory Information
  • Name, address (including GT email address), and
    telephone listing
  • Level (graduate or undergraduate)
  • Field of study
  • Enrollment status (full-time, part-time, less
    than part-time)
  • Dates of attendance
  • Degrees with associated honors and designations,
    and date(s) awarded
  • Directory information cannot include student
    identification numbers or social security
    numbers.

90
Registration
  • Today is NOT the last day that a student will
    have to register for courses!!!

91
How Registration Works
  • Access registration via www.buzzport.gatech.edu
  • Select Secure Access for
  • OSCAR

92
Variable Hour Courses
  • Some courses automatically default to 1 hour.
  • Examples AE 7000 or AE 9000 (Thesis Hours).
  • Change Course Options.
  • Hours are variable from 1 to 21 and Grade Mode
    for Letter Grade or Pass/Fail.

93
Assistantships
  • Require a minimum of 12 hours of letter grade
    and/or pass/fail hours.
  • Registering incorrectly can result in the loss of
    funding.
  • Registration changes are NOT allowed once
    registration closes at 400 PM ET on
  • Friday, August 21.

94
Full Time Status
  • Full time student classification for all
    students is a minimum of 12 semester hours each
    semester including summer semester.

95
Student Responsibilities
  • Activate GT email address and read emails daily.
  • Keep emergency contact information updated.
  • Familiarize yourself with the Student Rules and
    Regulations.
  • Dont ignore deadlines.
  • Dont be afraid to seek assistance.

96
Fall 2009 Academic Calendar
  • August 17 Classes Begin
  • August 21- Last Day to Register for Fall Classes
  • September 7 Official School Holiday
  • October 3-6 Fall Recess
  • October 28 - November 10 Spring 2010
    Registration
  • November 26 27 Official School Holiday
  • December 7 11 Final Exams
  • December 15 Grades Available Online by 600 PM
    ET
  • January 11, 2010 Spring Classes Begin

97
A Friendly Reminder……
  • Fall registration ends at 400 PM ET on Friday,
    August 21!

98
Contact Information
  • Office of the Registrar
  • Administration Building (Tech Tower)
  • 225 North Avenue
  • Atlanta, GA 30332-0315
  • 404.894.4150
  • www.registrar.gatech.edu
  • comments_at_registrar.gatech.edu

99
Graduate Orientation 2009
  • Career Services
  • Lanie Damon
  • Office of Career Services

100
Career Services
  • Lanie Damon, Career Specialist
  • Bill Moore Student Success Center
  • www.career.gatech.edu
  • (404) 894-2550

101
Overview
  • Networking
  • Career Fair
  • Career Counseling
  • Career Buzz
  • Walk In Hours
  • and Services

102
Before you Graduate
  • Academic / non-academic focus
  • Area of interest
  • Internship / Co-op
  • Prepare your resume / CV
  • Proofread, proofread, proofread
  • Quality paper

103
Walk In Hours
  • Cover letters
  • Interview questions
  • Resume / CV
  • Second Floor, Bill Moore
  • Student Success Center
  • Mon. Thurs. 9-11 AM
  • Tues. Weds. 2-4 PM
  • Fri. 1-3 PM

104
www.career.gatech.edu
  • Career Fair information
  • Employer Information Sessions
  • Career Library Resources
  • Sign up for CareerBuzz
  • Apply for positions
  • Interview

105
Welcome to Georgia Tech!
  • www.career.gatech.edu
  • (404) 894-2550
  • Student Success Center
  • Come see us!

106
Graduate Orientation 2009
  • Graduate Co-Op Education Internships
  • Patricia Bazrod
  • Director
  • Ken Little
  • Assistant Director

107
GEORGIA TECHS GRADUATE CO-OP PROGRAM
  • Patty Bazrod, Director
  • Graduate Co-op Program
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Patricia.bazrod_at_profpractice.gatech.edu
  • 404.894-3320
  • Ken Little, Assistant Director
  • Graduate Co-op Program
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Ken Little_at_profpractice.gatech.edu
  • 404.894-3320

108
Graduate Co-op Program
  • A program that provides both masters and
  • doctoral students the opportunity to include
  • specialized work experiences in their
  • graduate studies.
  • Grad Co-op Grad Internship

109
Who Is Eligible?
  • All graduate students at Georgia Tech
  • Masters students
  • Doctoral students
  • Every college at GT
  • International students on F-1 or J-1 visas

110
Reasons to become a Grad Co-op
  • Gain real work experience in your field
  • Access to excellent experimental facilities
    analytical equipment
  • Develop a network of professional contacts
  • Expanded opportunities for post-graduation
    employment
  • Earn money, help defray educational expenses
  • Retain full-time student status while at work
  • Access to Georgia Tech facilities (i.e. library,
    network, health athletic center)
  • Co-op course listed on college transcript

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How Does Grad Co-op Work?
  • Academic department approves work terms
  • Students work semester-long internships,
    full-time or part-time
  • Students may work several semesters if approved
    by major school
  • Option to work different schedules (i.e.
    alternate semesters, summers only or two
    consecutive semesters)

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How do students participate?
  • Attend a Graduate Co-op orientation
  • Get approval from your major schools academic
    advisor
  • Submit a written job offer from your prospective
    employer
  • Register for 6000 level co-op course
  • This course is a NO-CREDIT/NO-COST audit course

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What Does It Cost?
  • Grad Co-op courses are non-tuition based audit
    courses with no mandatory fees
  • Optional fees may be paid for Wellness Center,
    Campus Recreation, and Athletics Association

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Where Do Grad Co-ops Work?
  • All over the globe!
  • The largest number of Georgia Tech Grad
    Co-ops work in Metro Atlanta
  • California, Texas, Washington, Massachusetts, New
    Jersey and New York are large destinations in the
    U.S.
  • Most popular work abroad destinations are India,
    China, Germany, France, Japan and U.A.E.

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Cool Places Grad Co-ops Have Worked
  • Adobe Systems
  • Amazon
  • Cisco Systems
  • GE
  • Goldman, Sachs Co.
  • Google
  • IBM
  • Intel
  • Microsoft
  • Motorola
  • Nvidia
  • Qualcomm
  • Research In Motion
  • Texas Instruments
  • vmWare
  • Walt Disney Imagineering
  • Yahoo!

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International Students Why Co-op While on F-1?
  • Academic program eligible as Curricular
    Practical Training (CPT)
  • Gain up to a year employment experience using CPT
    and…
  • Save your Optional Practical Training (OPT) until
    graduation

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Graduate Co-op Services
  • Job search assistance Resume critique,
    interviewing tips, and job guidance
  • Monitoring of students work experience
  • Opportunities exist with employers throughout the
    country and in countries around the world
  • Job postings, on-campus interviews and resume
    referrals available
  • Job Database, P2D2
  • https//webwise.gtri.gatech.edu/p2d2

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What do Grad Co-ops Say?
  • My Grad Co-op provided me maximum exposure
    …generating much deeper understanding and
    thoughts of the industry that I am going into. I
    was able to apply my skill sets to a brand new
    area and have received great results. It provided
    valuable opportunities for me to practice my
    analytical thinking and problem solving skills.
    On this merit, its more like a short term
    post-doctoral experience for me.
  • Tao Wu (Doctoral student in Bioengineering)

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What do Grad Co-ops Say?
  • Grad Co-op gave me the real world experience
    in a company environment to improve my skills in
    time management, working under stress,
    communication with others, and producing high
    quality work. I can easily say that I got a
    valuable work experience that can help me in my
    future career as a Georgia Tech graduate. This is
    going to be the step that I can use to climb to
    the top of the hill!
  • Yavuz Mentes (Doctoral student in Civil
    Engineering)

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Georgia Techs Grad Co-op Program
  • Division of Professional Practice
  • Savant Building, 1st Floor
  • 631 Cherry Street
  • (on corner of Cherry St. and Ferst Dr. near Tech
    Tower)
  • www.profpractice.gatech.edu
  • 404-894-3320
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