The Founder's Day Event on March 15, honoring legendary game designer
Will Wright, will be followed by a day-long Symposium on “Living Game
Worlds: Community, Simulation, and the Future of Entertainment” on
Peace Prize Laureate John Hume (Northern Ireland) is among
distinguished guests scheduled to speak at the Human Rights Conference
organized by the Human Rights Initiative at Georgia Tech to be held
jointly by the Schools of History, Technology and Society and the
School of Literature, Communication, and Culture, seminar on “Shaping
Imperial Identities” attracts huge audience.
The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia Approves B.S. degree in Economics and International Affairs.
The Board of Regents has unanimously approved the new joint
undergraduate degree in International Affairs and Economics
(INTA/ECON). The need for such a program grows out of the fact that as
traditional boundaries between domestic and international issues become
increasingly blurred, technical, managerial, governmental, and other
issues will have increasingly more economic and international
Sue V. Rosser Named to New Dean’s Chair
Allen College, the liberal arts college of Georgia Tech, announced the
establishment of the Ivan Allen Jr. Dean’s Chair in Liberal Arts and
Technology. Dr. Sue V. Rosser, the current dean of the college, has
been named as the first chair holder. Dean Rosser has indicated that
she intends to direct the income from the endowment toward support of
the College’s burgeoning graduate programs.