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Introduction to Research
SHaRP Living Learning Community students only – Students in this course will engage with faculty and professional researchers at Georgia Tech in order to explore the ethical effects of medical research.
User Interface Design
This project-based course covers the process of designing high-quality user interfaces to computing systems. It walks teams step-by-step through the user-centered design process, resulting in novel UI designs that meet users' needs and even delight them.
The Outbreak Narrative
In "The Outbreak Narrative" will explore communication via our class topic: narratives of contagion.
Standing Peachtree and Indigenous New Media
Indigenous knowledges and stories are mapped onto the land beneath your feet and mediated through oral and material modes. Indigenous knowledges and stories continue to be sovereign, embodied through various methods of meaning-making.
Technical Communication for Business Majors
After completing the first course module on personal branding, students will turn their attention to climate-related issues.
Social Impact: In-depth Exploration and Design
This course is for those curious (maybe even passionate) about social and/or environmental issues, who want to understand the root cause of those issues, and the challenges of providing evidence-based solutions.
Sustainable Urban Development
This course introduces the challenges of sustainability as applied to the built environment and the built environment's interconnectivity with the natural environment. It addresses a range of specific sustainability-related issues such as sprawl and smart growth, climate chang
Solar Decathlon Design Challenge
Project Studio: Technology
Sustainable Food Systems
Junior Design (Part 1): Project Design and Technical Communication Strategies
In this course, we analyze how “ordinary people” challenge powerful segments of society through social movements, and thereby contribute to social change. This course addresses several basic questions: Why do social movements emerge when they do?