Join the College of Computing as we celebrate homecoming weekend! We have several events planned throughout the weekend to welcome alumni and guests back to the GT campus. We hope that through these events, we are not only able to celebrate homecoming, but reconnect with alumni and friends as we share insight and ideas around the role of computing in society.
GT Computing Homecoming Symposium on Responsible Computing
Friday, November 1
Klaus Advanced Computing Building
Join alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of the College of Computing at the 2019 GT Computing Homecoming Symposium. The afternoon will begin with a welcome from Charles Isbell, the John P. Imlay Jr. Dean of Computing. Following the welcome, guests may attend one of the two concurrent seminars on the theme of Responsible Computing:“Computing Impact on the Community“ or “The Future of Computing and Privacy.” We will cap off the afternoon with a reception for all of our attendees and panelists.
"Computing Impact on the Community"
- Moderator: Lynn Durham, Vice President of Institute Relations
"The Future of Computing and Privacy"
- Moderator: Dr. Raheem Beyah, Vice President for Interdisciplinary Research & Executive Director of the Online Masters of Cybersecurity program
Kindly complete the registration form by Wednesday, October 30 at midnight.
GT Computing Homecoming Football Block
Saturday, November 2
Game Time TBA
Bobby Dodd Stadium
Join the GT Computing Alumni Network (GTCAN) to cheer on the Yellow Jackets and receive a discount on tickets to the game. There are only 40 tickets available in the GTCAN block, and all tickets are available on a first come, first serve basis. Make sure to get your ticket by Thursday, Oct. 31.