A chat with Dr. Ellen Zegura about sustainability & how to get involved at Georgia Tech!
December 16th, 2018
In the last week of classes, Dr. Ellen Zegura from the College of Computing (CoC) at Georgia Tech spoke with us on the topics of Technology & Sustainable Community Development. Dr. Zegura is CS + Social Good’s Faculty Advisor, and she is a Chair for the CoC. Her primary expertise is in computer networking, and she has worked on various projects concerning network accessibility, such as in advancing mobile network access in challenging areas, or increasing internet access for all. …
Our events this semester that highlighted local organizations and the inner workings of them!
December 3, 2018
Giving Tuesday just passed, but CS + Social Good’s social entrepreneurship team recently held two different events encouraging students to learn more about and interact with nonprofits & social enterprises in the Atlanta area!
Our first event was our first ever Nonprofit Career Fair, where students had the opportunity to interact with seven different organizations from around the Atlanta area doing work to help others. The following organizations/companies were in attendance: Kabbage, oStem, Code for Atlanta, Goodr, Black Girls Who Code, Streetcat.media, and…
The Entrepreneurship Track’s Kickoff Event of Fall 2018
September 12, 2018
This past month, CS + Social Good’s Entrepreneurship Team was excited to host our very first event of the year, a discussion on ethics in technology! One of our team members, Morgan Powers, hand-selected a few short TED talks (video 1, video 2) covering interesting points in the discussion of ethics and technology, one being about cybersecurity and the future generation and another on decision making processes when utilizing technology. The discussion was organized with many open-ended questions, and popcorn was served as a treat for the attendees.
Georgia Tech’s Chapter of the TechShift movement!