Two Design Students Share Their Stories for International Education Week

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Two College of Design students are featured in a project this month for International Education Week, a national celebration of the benefits of international exchange.

Tammy VuPham, a first-year student in the School of Industrial Design, and her former roommate at the International House shared their story of rooming together for a year.

Zorana Matic, a Ph.D. student in the School of Architecture and graduate research assistant at the SimTigrate Design Lab , talked with Georgia Tech first lady Val Peterson about deciding to come to Georgia Tech and the United States.

In early September Georgia Tech’s Office of International Education partnered with StoryCorps Atlanta and WREK to record interviews between members of the Tech community. Interviewees included undergraduate and graduate students, professors, administrators, spouses of students, and the first lady of Georgia Tech.

Their stories highlight some of the amazing global experiences and diversity of our community. Listen to them all here.


  • Workflow Status: Published
  • Created By: Malrey Head
  • Created: 11/21/2016
  • Modified By: Malrey Head
  • Modified: 11/21/2016


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