Have you ever wondered what the Office of Sponsored Programs does? How to work with Development or Corporate Relations? What is a strategic partnership agreement with an organization, and how you can benefit? How are committees that matter to you formed at the Institute? How is Georgia Tech connected to the University System of Georgia and the legislature, and how this affects us?
If you feel that you understand your area well but would benefit from seeing the bigger picture at the Institute, then please join us for the Demystifying How Georgia Tech Works event series. Organized by the ADVANCE Program, the event series features discussions from faculty and staff on various topics from partnerships to philanthropy. Events are open to all faculty, staff, and students.
Spring 2020 Event Series
'Insights into the President's Office'
- Tuesday, January 28, 2020
- 11 a.m. to noon
- Student Center, Room 320
Presenter Frank Neville, senior vice president for strategic initiatives & chief of staff, will discuss the new leadership structure, the alignment of current roles with Georgia Tech’s overall goals/priorities, and how the Institute plans to manage and execute its outreach. In addition, Frank will focus on emerging trends from the strategic planning efforts and priority areas for the chief of staff and president’s cabinet as well as the GT campus community as a whole.
Looking for ways to connect with others around positive social change—on and off campus—while at Georgia Tech? Join Serve-Learn-Sustain, Office of Campus Sustainability, and Civic Engagement to learn about programs and initiatives (curricular and co-curricular) at Tech related to service learning, sustainability, and community engagement. This panel discussion features Rebecca Watts Hull, Service Learning and Partnerships Specialist with the Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain, Sarah Neville, Campus Sustainability Project Manager, Office of Campus Sustainability, Sarah Strohmenger, Director for Civic Engagement, and students experienced with each of the three offices.
Jim Kirk, assistant vice president for Institute Budget Planning and Administration, discusses how the Institute is organized financially during the Demystifying How Georgia Tech Works event.