Students Organize ‘Revolutionaries’ Speaker Series

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Saif Kabariti

SGA

 

Kristen Bailey

Institute Communications

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The Student Government Association’s “Revolutionaries” series will host five faculty members throughout the rest of the fall semester.

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The Student Government Association’s “Revolutionaries” series will host five faculty members throughout the rest of the fall semester.

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A student-organized speaker series is drawing inspiration from the Georgia Tech faculty.

The Student Government Association’s “Revolutionaries” series will host five faculty members throughout the rest of the fall semester. The series is intended to “inspire Tech students with the most accomplished and distinguished members of our faculty and to learn about the path they have taken to become pioneers in their fields.”

“We want to understand what motivated and drove them to where they are now,” said Saif Kabariti, a mechanical engineering major and chair of SGA's student-faculty development committee. The hope is that the series will help students see their own paths to someday making “revolutionary contributions” to society.

The three-part series will feature:

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  • Created By: Kristen Bailey
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  • Created On: Nov 13, 2018 - 8:16am
  • Last Updated: Nov 13, 2018 - 9:02am