COMMUNICATION ACROSS TECH
The Writing and Communication Program offers an array of resources for strengthening communication across Georgia Tech, in the workplace, and in the community.
Communication across the Curriculum and in the Disciplines
Exploring topics as diverse as organic chemistry, thermodynamics, and early American history, students communicate to learn about their disciplines and learn to communicate within their disciplines. The Writing and Communication Program can help.
Instructors tailor special sections of English 1101, English 1102, and LMC 3403 to meet the needs and match the interests of students in programs across campus.
In linked courses, students tackle shared problems and complete common assignments while working with both a communication instructor and an instructor from their discipline.
Guest Lectures and Workshops
Georgia Tech faculty can invite communication experts to give lectures and lead workshops about topics ranging from lab reports to professional posters, from managing team conflict to giving oral presentations.
Georgia Tech faculty can collaborate with communication experts to design courses and assignments that address communication in their disciplines.
Professional Development for Georgia Tech and Beyond
Effective communication enables the work that sustains Georgia Tech as well as the industries and communities connected to it.
Individual and Group Training
Communication experts can provide small-group and one-on-one training to broaden and strengthen professionals` communication competencies.
Communication experts can provide insight and collaborate about organizational development, inter- and intra-office communication, and more.
Head Has Two Poems In Gris-Gris
Oct 24, 2012
Brittain Fellow Golden Presents at the Modernist Studies Association Conference
Oct 22, 2012
Dr. Brandy Blake Attends Communicating Science Fall Institute
Oct 17, 2012
"What I Write: A Reading of Creative Works to Commemorate the National Day on Writing"
Oct 18, 2012
Head to Read Poetry in Cummings
Oct 13, 2012
Wharton to Discuss Copyright, Fair Use, and Pedagogy
Oct 4, 2012