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    • Research Horizons [Volume 12, Number 4, Winter 1995] 

      McLees, Lea; Toon, John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995)
      Engineering Georgia Tech's Future - Tending to the multi-dimensional fundamentals of a growing research university in a quickly evolving world poses an enjoyable challenge for Georgia Tech's new president, Dr. Wayne Clough.
    • North Avenue Review [Fall 1995, Issue 23] 

      Eaton, Julia; Mazur, Stephen A.; Montagnet, JoPe; Willson, Sara Louise (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995)
      Sara's Six Adult Insights by Sara Willson; Musings of a Divine Sufferer by Steven A. Mazur; Things I Liked by JoPe Montagnet; Hell: Chapter 2 by Julia Eaton; Atlanta '96: No Room in the Inn, but Plenty of Room in the Jail ...
    • North Avenue Review [Spring 1995] 

      Boomer, Bill; Leininger, Sam; Lybanon, Gregory; Karr, Chad (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995)
      Response to Shira Kapplin's article on Women and Obstetrics by Gregory Lybanon; Response to Gavin's article on GenX by Sam Leininger; The Romantic Slacker by Kiefer; Ghost Dance of the White Guys by Bill Boomer; Words ...
    • North Avenue Review [Winter 1995] 

      Carr, Chad T.; Frezza, Bill; Guhxe, Gavin; Kaplin, Shira; Sidi, Chris; Smith, Ian (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995)
      CyberCruft by Ian Smith; Women and Obstetrics: The Loss of Childbirth to Male Physicians by Shira Kapplin; Some scanned artwork by Chris Sidi; What the Information Superhighway Means to Me by Gavin Guhxe; Bureaucracy ...
    • North Avenue Review [Winter 1996] 

      Armstrong, Travis; Eaton, Julia; Miertschin, David; Moore, Mark; Stanley, Kevin; Willson, Sara Louise (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996)
      after He came by Kiefer; A Letter to Dean Galloway from a Former Student by David Miertschin; Loneliness by Travis "Animal" Armstrong; The Idiot's Guide for Dummies by Kiefer; Mulling Under a Purple Sky by Sara Louise ...
    • North Avenue Review [Spring 1996] 

      Boykin, Oscar; Butler, John; Eaton, Julia; Guhxe, Gavin; Manay, Siddharth (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996)
      An Open Letter on Tech's New Logo by John Butler; The Other Side of the Olympic Story by Gavin Guhxe; Rachel's Game by Siddharth Manay; How Do I Know You Are Wrong? by Oscar Boykin; On a Day Like Today by Siddharth Manay; ...
    • Research Horizons [Volume 13, Number 1, Spring 1995] 

      Toon, John; McLees, Lea (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996-04-18)
      Virtual Reality for Fear of Heights - An experimental therapy based on virtual reality (VR) computer simulations has helped persons with acrophobia reduce their fear of heights.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 13, Number 2, Summer/Fall 1995] 

      Kloeppel, James E.; McLees, Lea (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996-05-08)
      Lessening the Earthquake Risk - Civil engineers, structural engineers, seismologists and city planners at Georgia Tech are pursuing programs in prediction, engineering, risk assessment and damage mitigation.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 13, Number 3, Winter 1996] 

      McLees, Lea (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996-05-28)
      Research for the Games - Georgia Tech research is helping meet Atlanta's needs during the 1996 Summer Olympics and Paralympics.
    • Research Horizons [Volume 14, Number 1, Spring 1996] 

      O'Neil, Dara Veronica; Crowell, Amanda; Toon, John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996-09-12)
      Food Processing for Tomorrow - Research is helping enhance the competitiveness of Georgia's food processing industry
    • Research Horizons [Volume 14, Number 2, Summer/Fall 1996] 

      McLees, Lea; Hodges, Mark; Crowell, Amanda; Toon, John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996-11-27)
      Helping Printed Circuit Boards Take the Heat - A novel experimental technique for observing and recording PCB warpage is now available to the electronics industry.
    • North Avenue Review [Spring 1997] 

      Best, Tyler; Marinacci, Joshua; McGillivray, Alec (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997)
      Ask NAR by the NAR lady; Purple and Gold All-Stars by kis; Facts About Cloning by Joshua Marinacci; Cloning Jesus by Tyler Best; Letter To Bill by Alec McGillivray.
    • North Avenue Review [Summer 1997] 

      Atrics, Geri; Bledsoe, R. T.; Lo, Jimmy; Moore, Mark; Willson, Sara Louise (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997)
      My Old Man by R. T. Bledsoe; "Freeze," Goes Daddy by Jimmy Lo; Whatever the Fuck You Want - I Never Could Name Stuff by Mark Moore; Money Making Secrets Uncovered!! Earn More Money Than You've Ever Dreamed of!! by Jimmy ...
    • Psssst!: A Newsletter for the Alumni of the President's Scholarship Program [Spring 1997] 

      Georgia Institute of Technology. President's Scholarship Program (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997-04)
      PS Application Changes; Update on the New Class of Scholars; New Study Room
    • Research Horizons [Volume 14, Number 3, Winter 1997] 

      McLees, Lea; Toon, John; Crowell, Amanda (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997-05-30)
      The "Lifeblood" of Research - Graduate students are an indispensible part of scientific and technological exploration. (Story contains numerous graphics.)
    • Research Horizons [Volume 15, Number 1, Spring 1997] 

      Stone, Amy; McLees, Lea; Crowell, Amanda (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997-07-31)
      Flying into the Future -- in Miniature - Tiny, nimble, self-piloted craft could collect or forward information for everyone from military officials to scientists, police and farmers.
    • Psssst!: A Newsletter for the Alumni of the President's Scholarship Program [Fall 1997] 

      Georgia Institute of Technology. President's Scholarship Program (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997-10)
      Save That Date! Homecoming Reunion Party; New Scholars Begin on Hiking Trip to Helen; Endowment Fund Created to Aid President's Scholars
    • Research Horizons [Volume 15, Number 2, Summer/Fall 1997] 

      Stone, Amy; Toon, John; Crowell, Amanda (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997-12-03)
      Electrifying Transportation - Georgia Tech researchers are helping design the electric and electric-hybrid vehicles of tomorrow. They promise a cleaner future in transportation.
    • ECE News [Summer 1998] 

      Briggs, Suzy (Rebecca S.) (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998)
    • North Avenue Review [Spring 1998, Issue 39] 

      Anderson, Ricky; Bentley, Brandon; Eaton, Julia; Jackson, Robert Lee, III; Janecek, DeAnna; Jeyaraj, Pravin; Lo, Jimmy; McDaniel, William R., III; McDuffie, James; Murphy, Michelle; Winchester, Charles Erwin, III; Zimmerman, Andy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998)
      A Short Definition of Good (and Evil) by Robert Jackson; Reply To Manofsky Essay by Andy Zimmerman; Things that Irritate Me about Scooby-Doo by William R. McDaniel III; The Enlightenment Loop by James McDuffie; Is Jesus ...