Welcome! We’re so glad you’re here. A little about us: We are scientists and mathematicians who work to develop young leaders and a spectrum of scientific solutions for a better world.
We cultivate curiosity, encourage exploration, and foster innovation — evolving knowledge and technology to increase our understanding of the universe and improve the human condition.
We collaborate across disciplines and challenges to achieve excellence in science, teaching, and research. Working across six internationally ranked schools with the brightest young minds in our fields, we help students find and push the frontiers of human knowledge, imagination, and innovation.
And that’s where you fit in. We’re looking for curious minds who love to investigate, experiment, ask questions, and work out solutions. If you’re ready to make discoveries that change how we see the world and how it works, we’re ready for you!
Second year student
Second-year biology student Benjamin Ahn raps his way through a riveting spoken word welcome to Georgia Tech's incoming class.
Caroline “Karolina” Zabinski
Major: Biology, Certificate in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
“Tech’s rigor was challenging. Initially, it broke me down, but then it strengthened me and helped me grow into a confident scientist. I learned be proactive in my studies: reading beforehand, not skipping class, not being afraid to ask for help, and going to office hours. I learned not to give up. Whenever you feel like giving up, take a moment to reflect on what you’ve accomplished. Keep your eyes on the big goal of becoming whoever you want to be: biologist, businessman/woman, engineer, or teacher. Understand that Tech is training you to be the best version of yourself.”
Major: Mathematics and Economics
Georgia Tech opened Nicholas to many discoveries, about himself, the world, and myriad activities he didn’t know about before. During his study-abroad trip, he fell in love with the German language enough to want to learn it. As a mathematics teaching assistant, he discovered his passion for teaching mathematics. Learn more.
What are Georgia Tech Grads Doing Now?
- Lauren Reaves, Meteorologist at the National Weather Service
- Michelle Lyons, Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company
- Libby Peck, Former Mathematical Analyst at The Coca-Cola Company
- Ali Azadi, Dental Student, Dental College of Georgia
- Austin Hope, Executive Compensation Specialist at Google
- Joshua Allen, Senior Vice President, Research and Development, Oncoceutics