Women, Science, and Technology Open House

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WST Learning Community OPEN HOUSES in Stein and Goldin Houses/4th St. Apts, 4th & Techwood: Wednesday, January 8, and Tuesday, January 14, 5-6pm, with snacks and tours.

Each resident has a single room and shares a bathroom with another resident. There is also generous common space in the two connected buildings: two kitchens, two laundry areas, two living rooms with couches and televisions, and two study rooms. There is a $200 program fee each term in addition to the Housing charge. Applications to live in the WST Learning Community in 2020-21 will be due February 1, 2020. You may complete your application at:

WST Learning Community

The Women, Science, and Technology Learning Community (WST Lrn C), an innovative joint venture of the Center for the Study of Women, Science, and Technology (WST Center) and the Georgia Tech Department of Housing, connects students and faculty. The WST Lrn C offers programs addressing research and professional issues for women undergraduate and graduate students in any Georgia Tech major; the community includes 48 students living in Stein and Goldin Houses (4th St. Apartments A and B), who attend monthly dinners, bi-weekly lunches, campus receptions, and research panels. ALL Georgia Tech students and WST Mentors are welcome to attend WST and WST Learning Community events; please RSVP to

WST Learning Community Dinners-in Stein House for Georgia Tech students & WST mentors; RSVP
Thursday, 1/16/20, 6pm: Ashley Thomas and Undergraduate Public Health Association Executive Board
Monday, 1/27/20, 6pm: Dr. Pinar Keskinocak (ISYE) and Dawn Strickland, Director, Student Services (ISYE)

Monday, 2/10/20, 6pm: Michael Laughter (Career Discovery and Development Center) on resumes and more
Thursday, 2/27/20, 6pm: Christen Smiley, Institute Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, discusses Common’s book

Monday, 3/1/20, 6pm: Dr. Michelle Rinehart, Associate Dean, College of Design

More March and April events to be scheduled

GEMS, the WST Learning Community Service Project—Inman Middle School Girls Excelling in Math and Science (GEMS) Club, most Tuesdays, August through May, 4:15-5:45 pm; contact GEMS coordinator Dr. Realff at to volunteer.

Questions about the WST Learning Community? Contact WST Co-Director:

Carol Colatrella, Professor, Literature, Media, and Communication & Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Faculty Development, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts: Skiles 364; 404 894 1241;


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