Design of mHealth Tools for HIV Outreach Workers in Gujarat (India)

Spring 2017
Neha Kumar - Assistant Professor

Public Service Pathway Spring 2016 Awardee

This project worked in collaboration with a local HIV organization in Gujarat, India, to design mHealth tools. 


Epic Intentions

Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017, Spring 2018
Yeji Lee - President of Epic Intentions and Industrial Engineering Student

Epic Intentions connects an interdisciplinary team of students with a local nonprofit to apply technical skills for social and civic good to help make the nonprofits make a greater impact in the community. For more information about our organization, please email 


ESW Hydroponics/Urban Farming Project

Fall 2016, Spring 2017
Nicole Kennard
Food, Water

Public Service Pathway Spring 2016 Awardee


Excel Collaborative Community Garden

Fall 2016, Spring 2017
Marnie Harris - Academic Coordinator

Public Service Pathway Spring 2016 Awardee


Excel Current Events

Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017, Spring 2018
Ashley Bidlack - Full Time Lecturer

Excel Current Events is a participation (not for credit) course for degree-seeking students who are interested in developing their communication skills in conversations with adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Excel is a certificate program through professional education that is offered to college-aged adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. These students attend classes with degree-seeking students as well as classes that are specifically designed to enhance skills in areas that are most meaningful for them.


Excel Peer Support Network

Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017, Spring 2018
Marnie Harris - Academic Coordinator

Excel is a four-year, dual certificate program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  The Peer Support Network is designed to provide the individualized support necessary for Excel students to thrive at Georgia Tech.  Peer Coaches and Supports work with students in Excel to achieve academic success, develop a social network, and establish healthy and independent lifestyles. Join us as we engage in conversations and experiences related to creating inclusive communities where all members have the opportunity to thrive.


Georgia Tech Urban Honey Bee Project

Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Summer 2017
Jennifer Leavey - Senior Academic Professional

The Georgia Tech Urban Honey Bee project provides a framework for Georgia Tech students, faculty and staff to investigate the role that bees play in pollinating urban landscapes. Volunteers with the program help with conservation projects, educational outreach to the community, and get hands-on experience keeping bees. Faculty and students can leverage the resources and expertise of the project to incorporate bee-related content or projects into their courses or research.


Georgia Tech Waste Audit

Spring 2016
Anne Rogers - Program and Portfolio Manager

Sponsored by the Office of Campus Sustainability (Public Service Pathway Spring 2016 Awardee)

For more about the Waste Audit and other Living Lab opportunities, visit



Fall 2016
Ben Ibach - Student

Greenovation is a funding initiative hosted by Georgia Tech’s SGA Sustainability Committee, enabling the timely implementation of student-led projects that offer feasible, innovative ideas for improving Georgia Tech’s sustainability efforts. Upon submitting proposals, students will receive feedback from a screening committee prior to evaluation by a judging panel at the Greenovation Proposal Showcase.


Know Your Water Project

Fall 2016
Neha Kumar - Assistant Professor

This project will allow students to be part of a large, crowd-sourced study – at little cost to themselves – to contribute to a knowledge bank of how different communities treat and track their water quality. If you are interested in participating in this study, please let us know. All you will need to do is give us an address - anywhere in the world - where we can mail you the device, find a water source where you can use the device (it will take just a minute or two), and let us interview you for less than 30 minutes about your experience.


Shakespeare in Prison Project

Fall 2016
Sarah Higinbotham - Brittain Fellow

As the world celebrates the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in 2016, Georgia Tech students will travel to a high-security men’s prison outside Atlanta to discuss Shakespeare with incarcerated students. While the United States represents only about 5% of the world's population, we incarcerate 25% of the world's inmates — more than any other country in the world.


Well-Being Activators

Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Summer 2017, Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Summer 2018
Suzy Harrington - Executive Director Health & Well-Being

Well-Being Activators are GT Health & Well-Being (HWB) ambassadors, champions, or concierges, with a charge to relay information, motivate individuals, and enhance a culture of health, wellbeing, and caring amongst fellow students, family members, and friends in a fun and positive spirit. They will serve as well-being role models to others within their respective student organizations, in turn, inspiring others to flourish physically, emotionally, spiritually, professionally, socially, and personally and within our communities where we live, learn, work, and play.