The Task Force on Classroom and Academic Scheduling recently released its final report and five recommendations that will assist students in planning their academic careers, better utilize campus resources, and increase coordination of the classroom-scheduling function among academic and administrative units.
This fall, Alyssa Rumsey is one of approximately 3,600 new graduate students starting advanced degrees with Tech — which breaks the previous new graduate student enrollment record of 2,582. She is one of more than 19,200 applicants to the graduate program, which has seen a 12 percent increase in applications in the past year alone.
Aaron Bivens, a Ph.D. student in Civil Engineering, has received a 2016 STAR graduate fellowship from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Marc Canellas, a Ph.D. student in Aerospace Engineering, won the Best Poster competition contest at the 2016 Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality, which is hosted by the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, Germany.