The Office of Institute Diversity provides Institute leadership to establish priorities, policies, and programs that support our mission as a leading technological university in the 21st century.

The OID works with the executive leadership team of the Institute to ensure that we recruit, develop, retain and engage a diverse cadre of students, faculty, and staff with a wide variety of backgrounds, perspectives, interest and talents who will contribute to our mission and vision.

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  • Georgia Tech's Connections to the University System of Georgia and Beyond 

    Sheheane, Dene; Aultman, Casey; Burke, Chris; Knotts, Robert (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-11-08)
    The Office of the Vice President for Government and Community Relations (GCR) is Georgia Tech’s primary connection to federal, state, and local governments and communities. GCR works to ensure Georgia Tech’s strategic ...
  • Industry Relations 

    Herbert-Peterson, Sophia L.; McConnell, Donald; Wood, Caroline (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-11-01)
  • Leadership Operations at Georgia Tech 

    Durham, Lynn; Herazy, Jennifer (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-10-25)
    Lynn Durham and Jennifer Herazy will discuss Georgia Tech's leadership organization and reporting structures. They will review the operations and functions and share insights into the decision making process at the ...
  • The Colors of Money 

    Kirk, James E. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-10-18)
    This presentation will cover a number of key questions that address how Georgia Tech is organized financially by providing a big picture look of how Georgia Tech combines these sources to achieve its objectives. Some of ...
  • Disruptive Demographics: Implications for Higher Education Institutions 

    Johnson, James H., Jr. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-09)
    The “state of change” was explored by James H. Johnson, Jr., as he shared how demographic disruptions will impact higher education in the next 25 years, such as the growing population in the South; the shifting immigration-driven ...
  • Getting More Women into Technology Careers and Why It Matters 

    Klawe, Maria (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-02-24)
    Over the past decade the participation of females in the tech industry has declined rather than advanced. This is unfortunate for young women because of the incredible career opportunities, for the tech industry because ...