This session will focus on the Global Research and Internship Program (GRIP). As more employers look for college graduates who can work in diverse settings and approach problems from multiple perspectives, it is more important than ever for Georgia Tech students to gain global experience in their fields. Georgia Tech's Global Research and Internship Program (GRIP) helps students accomplish this by facilitating industry work and research experiences in an international context.
Due to winter weather concerns and out of an abundance of caution, Georgia Tech will cancel classes and close campus for Tuesday, January 29.
More information on how campus operations may be altered will be available at gatech.edu/emergency/weather/updates.
The Georgia Tech Office of Emergency Preparedness will continue monitoring conditions. Any updates or changes will be posted to the Georgia Tech website (gatech.edu) as well as its Facebook page (facebook.com/georgiatech) and Twitter account (twitter.com/georgiatech). To review the Institute’s procedures for hazardous weather, visit: gatech.edu/emergency/weather.