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The Denning T&M Program is now open to all undergraduate students.This program would be a great opportunity for HTS majors interested in innovation.

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At its inception, the Denning T&M Program partnered engineering and business students, and then expanded the partnership to include computer science and computational media students. As the program grew in size and impact, the time was right in 2016 to include additional undergraduate majors. In February 2016, the Denning T&M Program became officially open to all Georgia Tech undergraduate majors.

From now on, student teams in the Denning T&M Program will be more diverse and the effectiveness of their capstone project solutions will be unmatched. Corporate affiliates will benefit from teams that combine students with backgrounds in business, computer science, design, engineering, liberal arts, and science. They will also benefit from an entire program of students with a burgeoning global mindset. Since 2015, thanks to Mr. Denning’s continued generosity, Denning T&M Program students have had the opportunity to travel abroad for an annual week-long international experience. The first year brought students to Belgium, France, and Germany; the second to the Czech Republic, Germany, and Poland.

There is no telling how the T&M Program will transform its graduates’ futures, but one thing is for certain: the business world has its eyes on them.

Learn more and apply by this year's October 30, 2016 deadline. 

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  • Created On: Oct 27, 2016 - 9:47am
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