A team of three Georgia Tech industrial design students created a very unique pair of shoes for Miss Georgia, Maggie Bridges, to wear for the Miss America parade. Maggie is a senior at Tech, and the team of students wanted to make something instantly recognizable but true to Georgia Tech traditions. They designed and built a shoe inspired by the Ramblin' Wreck. Maren Sonne, Jordan Thomas, and Julia Brooks used 3D printing, laser cutting machines and heat molding techniques to create the awesome shoe. See more about how they came up with the final product.
Each Wednesday during the academic year, the College of Management's LeCraw Auditorium serves as a forum for business leaders and entrepreneurs from across the country.
Attendees are given an up-close look into the speakers' thought processes, leadership and business strategies, often involving one-on-one conversation.
At a time when energy related issues are so significant—national security, economic development and Green House Gas management—the university can serve as a neutral open forum for their discussion. The goal of the Series is to provide an objective, factual and comprehensive analysis of the Southeast's energy and power requirements to 2030 and to examine the extent to which clean energy technologies can meet these demands.