Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts offers an array of undergraduate and graduate degrees that provide opportunities to discover and develop a variety of skills and interests. All IAC degrees include options for students to branch out into areas of learning in addition to their major, through minors, certificates, non-major clusters, and free electives.

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  • College of Liberal Arts Invited Speakers and Lectures [1]

    Events hosted or sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts - Ivan Allen College
  • School of Economics [179]

    The School of Economics' Mission is to provide our students with the ability to understand and analyze economic phenomena in technologically complex environments, to contribute to the body of economic knowledge, and to ...
  • School of History and Sociology (HSOC) [70]

    An interdisciplinary unit consisting of scholars from history and sociology. HTS brings the perspective of the social sciences to bear on critical issues facing the modern world, while providing a source of analysis that ...
  • School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC) [275]

    The School of Literature, Media, and Communication focuses on technologies of representation in traditional and new media texts, including cultural studies of science and technology, digital media studies, and the study ...
  • School of Modern Languages (ML) [12]

    The School of Modern Languages collaborates as an interdisciplinary partner with other units in the Ivan Allen College and across campus to prepare future participants in the global workforce through applied studies in ...
  • School of Public Policy [1315]

    The Georgia Tech School of Public Policy is an interdisciplinary learning community exploring the policy implications of science and technology.
  • The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs [1029]

    The School of International Affairs, the only school of its kind at a major technological university in the United States. Created in 1990, and named in honor of former U.S. Senator Sam Nunn in 1996, the School is committed ...

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  • New Geostrategic Challenges Facing Our Western Alliance 

    Breedlove, Philip M. (2018-11-06)
    General Breedlove will be speaking about the geostrategic challenges that western allies face.
  • Immigration, Race and Populism: Politics and Policy from Colonialism to Brexit 

    Givens, Terri (2018-10-17)
    With images of children in cages, separated from their parents, and would-be migrants floating on overloaded boats in the Mediterranean becoming fixtures in the news media, politicians are struggling to find solutions to ...
  • Treatment Repurposing using Literature-Related Discovery 

    Kostoff, Ronald N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018)
    Treatment Repurposing is the application of an existing treatment to diseases or symptoms of interest other than the disease(s) or symptom(s) for which the treatment was developed (and used) initially. It includes, but ...
  • A Conversation with Wyomia Tyus: Olympic Gold Medalist in 1964 and 1968 

    Tyus, Wyomia; Thomas, Damion; Royster, Jacqueline Jones; McDonald, Mary G.; Curry, Bill (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-09-16)
    In marking the 50th anniversary of the 1968 Mexico City Olympics, media coverage has focused on John Carlos and Tommie Smith’s courageous stance in raising black fists to protest racial injustice on the 200-meter victory ...
  • The role of engineering technology as a pathway for African Americans into the field of engineering 

    Dempsey, Ron D. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-05-21)
    Engineering Technology serves as a potential pathway for African Americans into engineering. Yet research and data demonstrate that African Americans are severely underrepresented in the field of engineering. This study ...
  • Embodied engagement with narrative: A design framework for presenting cultural heritage artifacts with digital media 

    Chu, Jean Ho (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-05-18)
    This dissertation examines how digital media and physical installations can be developed and used in cultural history museums. It proposes a narrative design framework for tangible and embodied interaction to engage visitors ...
  • On-job learning and human capital accumulation 

    Liu, Qinyi (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-05-11)
    The dissertation investigates the human capital accumulation through on-job learning. It has three empirical studies. The first two essays investigate skill accumulation through performing job tasks. The third one analyzes ...
  • Green certification pathways: The roles of public goods, private goods, and certification schemes 

    Flowers, Mallory Elise (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-08-02)
    This dissertation examines evidence on the effectiveness of voluntary certification programs in the built environment. Drawing on unique data from buildings certified under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design ...
  • Evaluation of the effect of rail intra-urban transit stations on neighborhood change 

    Wyczalkowski, Christopher Kajetan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-06-26)
    Development of heavy rail intra-urban public transportation systems is an economically expensive policy tool for State and Local Governments that is often justified with the promise of economic development and neighborhood ...
  • Growing an industrial cluster?: Movie production incentives and state film industries 

    Kolenda, Richard Salvatore (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-06-19)
    After witnessing the success of Canadian strategies to attract U.S. film production in the 1990s, states and localities began offering financial incentives in an effort to lure film and video production away from their ...
  • A holistic approach to address deforestation 

    Liu, Wenman (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-05-19)
    The establishments of property rights and collective actions are viewed as key strategies to support sustainable management of forests and other common pool resources. However, previous discussion of the theories either ...
  • OSHA Permissible Exposure Limits (PELs) are too Permissive 

    Kostoff, Ronald N. (2018)
    The present monograph examines the differences (for selected toxic substances) between 1) the Federal legally enforceable occupational Permissible Exposure Limits (PELs) set by OSHA and 2) low-level exposures reported in ...
  • Mapping the cybersecurity institutional landscape 

    Kuerbis, Brenden; Badiei, Farzaneh (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2017)
    An exploration of cybersecurity institutional landscape suggests that ex post efforts like botnet mitigation, route monitoring and other activities involving information sharing seem to work under a variety of combinations ...
  • Evaluation of southeast EECBG financing program and SEEA retrofit 

    Brown, Marilyn A. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-10-04)
  • Decay, Maintenance and Repair Symposium - Session Three 

    Brown, Joe; Frost, David; Usselman, Steve (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-04-13)
    Joe Brown - TITLE: "Reliability and Resilience: Drinking Water Infrastructure in Rural Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Mozambique, and Pakistan". This presentation describes nationalscale surveys of rural drinking water supplies ...
  • Decay, Maintenance and Repair Symposium - Session Two 

    Forlano, Laura; Marks, Lisa; Jain, Priya (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-04-13)
    Laura Forlano - TITLE: "The Best Sleep of My Life: Automated and Networked Medical Devices as Sites of Feminist Technoscience". This paper takes on the tensions between the imaginaries of automation and in networked medical ...
  • Decay, Maintenance and Repair Symposium - Session One 

    Irvin, Kate; Weisz, Claire; Widder, Lynnette; Russell, Andrew (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-04-13)
    Kate Irvin - TITLE: "Repair and Design Futures: Lessons from Mended Textiles". This presentation explores the lessons that worldwide practices of mending offer designers today, moving from historic objects, the maker’s ...
  • Decay, Maintenance and Repair Symposium - Welcome and Introduction 

    Russell, Andrew; Khan, Sabir (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-04-13)
    We love innovation, no matter how toxic or misguided, and we devote large quantities of our attention and money to it. At the same time, we ignore everyday things and their maintenance, no matter how vital, and our ignorance ...
  • Down Here There Are No Shooting Stars 

    Magdy, Basim (2018-04-18)
    A screening and conversation with Basim Magdy, an artist who will present and discuss some of his short films exploring spaces and places—both real and imagined—from different parts of the world.
  • Bolivian Indigenous Media and the Protection of the Forest 

    Rodriguez, Juan Carlos; Sanjinés, Iván (2018-04-12)
    Screening of The Cry of the Forest (2008), Bolivia’s first indigenous feature film is based on true events that led to the indigenous demonstrations of 1990 and 1996, two events related to the struggle against deforestation ...

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