Georgia Institute of Technology
Through relentless innovation in pedagogy, research, and institutional practices, Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering empowers students and researchers to be interdependent learners who are fearless in the face of complex problems and eminent contributors in their fields. The College of Engineering offers more than 50 different degree tracks at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels, and its schools are consistently ranked among U.S. News & World Report’s top 10.

Why We're In KEEN
Georgia Tech and KEEN share the vision of revolutionizing engineering education by fostering within students an entrepreneurial mindset. The partnership with KEEN enables Georgia Tech to work collectively, with hundreds of like-minded engineering faculty, to turn our vision of engineering education into a reality.

Current Work
Two Teams Rise to Victory in New AE Experimental Mechanics Course Competition. Professors Christos Athanasiou and Adam Steinberg bring an experimental mechanics competition to the classroom.

Curriculum Innovation. The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering is engaged in a multi-year effort to improve the undergraduate curriculum. We are working to increase our students’ sense of belonging to the School, and the profession of civil and environmental engineering; instill in our students an entrepreneurial mindset and confidence; facilitate story-driven learning, and engage in faculty development. All of these initiatives lead to our overarching goal of educating holistic engineers with an entrepreneurial mindset ready and able to use the skills they develop to solve problems, improve the human condition, and add value to society. These innovations are supported by the National Science Foundation and KEEN.


At Georgia Tech, we know that collaboration, interdisciplinary research, and fostering an entrepreneurial spirit are powerful drivers on the path to discovery and innovation for our students. We are proud to join with other universities as a KEEN partner institution, and are enthusiastic to continue our commitment to graduate the next generation of engineers that leap far beyond the classroom and laboratory and improve our world in real and lasting ways.
--Rafael L. Bras, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
Rachael Pitts Hall
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This activity offers an exploration of authorship in scientific journals.

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Simple desktop hands-on learning experiments can demonstrate important concepts, yield quantitative data, and let students explore on their own.