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Olympic champ Angelo Taylor continues to coach despite guilty plea in Georgia case

Two-time Olympic champion Angelo Taylor posted a reminder on his Instagram Sunday. “Summer track season begins!!” Taylor, the 2000 and 2008 Olympic 400 meter hurdles gold medalist, wrote. “Parent meeting tomorrow Monday May 13th at 6:15 p.m. Dm for inquiries.” Next to the message was a photo of Taylor’s business card as head coach of the East Atlanta Track Club. In addition to Taylor’s contact information the card also read “USATF Certified Coach.” Taylor continues to coach young athletes despit...
Tags: Usa, London, News, Congress, Wikipedia, Sports, Linkedin, Atlanta, Georgia, Sport, Indianapolis, Beijing, Soccer, Olympics, Ncaa, Taylor


From IKEA to Home Depot, major companies are offering 'intrapreneurship' programs that let top talent lead their own startup-like projects. Here's how they work.

Home Depot, IKEA, and Accenture are examples of major companies with innovation labs. The labs are designed to attract the brightest minds in technology, giving them a place to channel their entrepreneurial spirit with the security of working for an established organization. Companies benefit as well, because they're less likely to lose their top talent to the startup world. Alphabet, Google's parent company, has a famous innovation lab called X. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stor...
Tags: Google, Amazon, US, Trends, Atlanta, Chicago, Washington Dc, Ikea, Marriott, Columbia University, Accenture, Copenhagen, VentureBeat, Georgia Tech, Georgia Institute of Technology, Markham


.App: bringing more people online securely

A year ago, we launched .app, the first open top-level domain (TLD) with built-in security through HSTS preloading. Since then, hundreds of thousands of people have registered .app domains, and we want to take a moment to celebrate them.  People are making more websites and apps than ever before. A recent survey we conducted with The Harris Poll found that nearly half (48%) of U.S. respondents plan to create a website in the near future. And a lot of people, especially students, are already buil...
Tags: Developers, Georgia Tech, Google Registry, Ludwik Trammer, Daneh Westropp


Cremins, Lundquist, Dailey to receive Lapchick Award

NEW YORK (AP) — Bobby Cremins, Verne Lundquist and Chris Dailey will be this year’s recipients of the Joe Lapchick Character Award. Cremins helped build Georgia Tech into a basketball power, earning three ACC titles. In 1990, he led the Yellow Jackets to the Final Four and was the Naismith coach of the year. Lundquist, […]
Tags: New York, News, Sports, Ap, Georgia Tech, Lapchick, Chris Dailey, Lundquist, Cremins Lundquist Dailey, Bobby Cremins Verne Lundquist, Cremins


Waffle House, Morpheus and the awakening of Georgia Tech

Geoff Collins is determined to use the fertile recruiting ground of Atlanta to bring Georgia Tech back. And he's going to have a lot of fun doing it.
Tags: Football, Atlanta, Georgia Tech, Waffle House, Geoff Collins


Unauthorized Access to Georgia Tech Database exposes 1.3 Million

Who: Georgia Tech # of Accounts Breached: 1.3 millionWhat was affected: Names, addresses, Social Security numbers, and birth dates. When it happened: Late March 2019 How it happened: Georgia Tech said its database was accessed by an “unknown outside entity” in late March​ and said it “immediately corrected the impacted ap...
Tags: Sem, Social Security, Georgia Tech, April, Breaches, 2019, Impacted Application, Outside Entity, PII Exposed, Georgia Tech Database


VMI high-scoring guard Parham transfers to Georgia Tech

ATLANTA (AP) — Guard Bubba Parham is transferring from VMI to Georgia Tech. The 5-foot-11, 155-pound Parham, from Snellville, Georgia, was the South Conference freshman of the year in 2017-18 and a second-team all-conference pick last season. Parham led the conference with his average of 21.4 points per game last season. He had nine games […]
Tags: News, Sports, Atlanta, Ap, Georgia Tech, Parham, VMI, Snellville Georgia, Bubba Parham


Message in a Bottleneck: How to Reach Your Fragmented Audience

What was the most-watched TV show in 1998? What about 2008? And 2018? No soup for you if you didn’t get “Seinfeld,” “American Idol” and “The Big Bang Theory,” respectively. That was just for fun. Here’s what’s important about this exercise: The average number of viewers for those shows was 38 million in 1998, 27.8 million in 2008 and 18.6 million in 2018. That’s right — viewership for each top-rated show has dropped by half over 20 years, even though the number of potential viewers increased 19 ...
Tags: Media Relations, Pr, Earned Media, Georgia Tech, Media Training, PR Training, Michael Smart, Media Pitches


Research on Reddit identifies risks associated with unproven treatments for opioid addiction

Using advanced machine-learning techniques, Georgia Tech researchers have examined nearly 1.5 million Reddit posts to identify risks associated with several of the most common alternative - and unproven - "treatments" for opioid addiction.
Tags: Health, Reddit, Georgia Tech


The Next Chapter

I've accepted a position as Dean of the College of Science at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago starting in August. It's an exciting opportunity to really build up the sciences and computing in the city that I have spent the bulk of my academic career and grew to love. I had a fantastic time at Georgia Tech over the last seven years working with an incredible faculty, staff and students in the School of Computer Science. This is a special place and I enjoyed watching the s...
Tags: Seo, Atlanta, Chicago, Georgia Tech, Illinois Tech, Illinois Institute of Technology, NP, Bill Cook, Lance Fortnow, College of Science, School of Computer Science This


Research on Reddit identifies opioid addiction self-treatment risks

Using advanced machine-learning techniques, Georgia Tech researchers have examined nearly 1.5 million Reddit posts to identify risks associated with several of the most common alternative -- and unproven -- 'treatments' for opioid addiction.
Tags: Reddit, Georgia Tech


Georgia Tech wraps up a spring of major change

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia Tech’s offense has essentially spent spring practice trying to fit a square peg into a round hole. The transition from triple-option to no-huddle spread under new coach Geoff Collins is a daunting challenge on such short notice, especially for the guys in the trenches. “We’re used to being on our toes,” […]
Tags: News, Sports, Atlanta, Ap, Georgia Tech, Geoff Collins


Georgia Tech center James Banks declares for NBA draft

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia Tech center James Banks is entering the NBA draft. The school said Monday the 6-foot-9 junior has submitted paperwork for the June 20 draft. He led the Atlantic Coast Conference with 2.5 blocks a game while averaging 10.5 points and 7.7 rebounds. He was named to the ACC’s all-defensive team. He […]
Tags: News, Sports, Atlanta, Ap, Nba, Georgia Tech, James Banks, Atlantic Coast Conference


Overcoming Past Failures to Succeed Today

What’s your biggest failure? That’s become kind of a trendy question to ask yourself. TED Talks espousing the merits of failure have gone viral. “Fail faster” has become the battle cry of Silicon Valley. But I’ve never liked failing. It doesn’t taste good. So I’ve been pondering this question. Thinking back to that first speech I gave to PR pros on boosting media pitching is crazy, because at the time I had no idea what a fork in the road that would be. If that day finished out the way it starte...
Tags: New York, Washington, Boston, Pr, Silicon Valley, Presentations, Laguardia, Thought Leadership, Georgia Tech, CHICAGO LOS ANGELES, Media Training, Michael Smart


Louisville adds 3 transfers from Georgia Tech, California

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville has announced that Georgia Tech freshmen Elizabeth Balogun and Elizabeth Dixon and California sophomore Kianna Smith have transferred to the program. The three former starters join a Cardinals roster that lost All-American guard Asia Durr and two other veterans. Balogun and Dixon left Tech after the school fired Yellow Jackets […]
Tags: News, California, Sports, Tech, Louisville, Georgia Tech, Cardinals, Dixon, Ky AP, Balogun, Kianna Smith, Elizabeth Dixon, Asia Durr, Elizabeth Balogun


Looking West by Albert Nasib Badre [A Review]

I'm always excited to read a book a bit outside my usual reading tastes. I think that's the challenge and the excitement of being open to reviewing books. So, thanks to WOW! Women on Writing and the amazing blog tour set up by Crystal, I had the chance to read the book Looking West by Albert Nasib Badre.Here's a bit about the book:In 1960, the Badre family emigrates from Beirut, Lebanon to the United States, a dream come true for fourteen-year-old Nasib. Nasib struggles to assimilate as a tee...
Tags: Amazon, New York City, Religion, America, United States, Catholic, Beirut, Albany, University Of Michigan, Providence, Georgia Tech, Albert, Georgia Institute of Technology, Beirut Lebanon, Al, Protestant


NCAA hoops final slumps on CBS

Fewer than 20 million viewers tune in for UVA-Texas Tech thriller Despite the dire predictions put forward by some of nation’s best-compensated sports pundits and serial bloviators, Monday night’s NCAA hoops final between Virginia and Texas Tech turned out to be an absolute gem of a game. The rare title tilt to be decided in overtime, the March Madness capper rates as an instant classic; as such, it’s unfortunate that so many fans turned their noses up at CBS’s broadcast. According to Nielse...
Tags: Nbc, Abc, Virginia, Advertising, Fox, Dallas Cowboys, Nba, Wisconsin, Cbs, Ncaa, Michigan, Tbs, Spike Lee, Nielsen, Golden Globes, TNT


Georgia Tech hires Nell Fortner to replace MaChelle Joseph

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia Tech hired former Auburn and Purdue coach Nell Fortner on Tuesday to replace MaChelle Joseph as coach. Fortner, 60, also the former WNBA Indiana Fever coach, coached the 2000 U.S. Olympic team to a gold medal. Fortner, who also has worked as a TV analyst for ESPN, has been out of […]
Tags: News, Sports, Atlanta, Ap, Auburn, Espn, Georgia Tech, Purdue, Fortner, MaChelle Joseph, Nell Fortner, WNBA Indiana Fever


Georgia Tech Data Breach Exposes 1.3 Million Users' Personal Data

The Georgia Institute of Technology, well known as Georgia Tech, has confirmed a data breach that has exposed personal information of 1.3 million current and former faculty members, students, staff and student applicants. In a brief note published Tuesday, Georgia Tech says an unknown outside entity gained "unauthorized access" to its web application and accessed the University’s central [Author: [email protected] (Mohit Kumar)]
Tags: Tech, Data Breach, Personal Data, Privacy Breach, Personal Information, Georgia Tech, Georgia Institute of Technology, Mohit Kumar, College Database, Hacking College Computer, Student Database, University Hacked, Georgia Tech Data Breach Exposes


Police: Late Georgia Tech player collapsed in dance routine

Police: Georgia Tech football player who died was doing dance routine when he collapsed            [Author: AP]
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Police: Tech lineman died during dance routine

Georgia Tech defensive lineman Brandon Adams, who was expected to play a key role for the Yellow Jackets during his senior season, collapsed and died during a dance routine, police said.
Tags: Football, Georgia Tech, Brandon Adams


The Value of Focusing on Big-Picture Decisions

The decisions you make in your job are more valuable than the work you do. That’s the truth, even though your current work environment may not reflect it. I was sharing this idea with one of my longtime personal coaching clients, a self-confessed workaholic and perfectionist. One of his team members had just delivered a project that was “good but not great.” My client expressed second thoughts about choosing not to redo it. But he also labeled the particular project as “not very important.” Know...
Tags: Microsoft, Steve Jobs, Management, Pr, Warren Buffett, Pitching, Buffett, Georgia Tech, Media Training, PR Training, Michael Smart


Georgia Tech practices while mourning death of teammate

ATLANTA (AP) — On a chilly spring morning, the sun shining brightly under a brilliant azure sky, the Georgia Tech players balled up a fist and thumped their chests a couple of times. Then they put up five fingers on one hand, four on the other, signifying a 90. After pounding their chests two more […]
Tags: News, Sports, Atlanta, Ap, College sports, Georgia Tech


Georgia Tech fires women’s basketball coach MaChelle Joseph

ATLANTA (AP) — MaChelle Joseph has been fired as the women’s basketball coach at Georgia Tech. The school announced the move Tuesday, saying the decision followed an independent investigation into alleged mistreatment of players and staff. Joseph’s attorney says the coach is being punished for complaining about gender equity issues at the Atlantic Coast Conference […]
Tags: News, Sports, Atlanta, Ap, College sports, Georgia Tech, Joseph, Atlantic Coast Conference, MaChelle Joseph


Georgia Tech, South Carolina golf coach Blackmon to retire

South Carolina director of golf Puggy Blackmon, who coached British Open champions David Duval and Stewart Cink at Georgia Tech, is retiring after this season            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, South Carolina, Georgia Tech, Blackmon, David Duval, Stewart Cink, Georgia Tech South Carolina, Puggy Blackmon


Medical examiner seeking cause of Ga. Tech player's death

GBI Medical Examiner plans further tests to determine cause of Georgia Tech defensive lineman Adams' death            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, Georgia Tech, Adams, Ga Tech, GBI Medical Examiner


Medical examiner seeking cause of Ga. Tech player’s death

ATLANTA (AP) — The Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s medical examiner plans further tests to determine the cause of Georgia Tech defensive lineman Brandon Adams’ death. The 21-year-old Adams died Saturday . An autopsy was performed Monday. Officer Stephanie Brown, an Atlanta Police spokeswoman, says the GBI’s medical examiner’s office needs more lab tests, including toxicology […]
Tags: News, Sports, Atlanta, Ap, Georgia Tech, Adams, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, GBI, Ga Tech, Brandon Adams, Atlanta Police, Stephanie Brown


Carla Diana on Embracing the Challenge of Creating a World for Both Humans and Robots

In many ways, the technological future is upon us, but do we really know what it will look like? Designer, author, and educator Carla Diana is working at the intersection of industrial and interaction design to explore the impact of future technologies through hands-on experiments. "Whereas designers typically use form, color, and materials to make an object express some human element...we're entering a time when sound, light, and movement are equally important parts of the creative palette," sh...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Design, Tech, Diana, The New York Times, Marie Curie, Amazon Echo, Designer Profiles, Bruce Sterling, Argo Design, Jared Ficklin, Simon, Georgia Tech, Parsons, University of Texas Austin


Modulating stiffness of blood-forming stem cells could facilitate mobilization procedures

Scientists at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and Georgia Tech have found that modulating blood-forming stem cells' stiffness could possibly facilitate mobilization procedures used for stem cell-based transplants.
Tags: Health, Atlanta, Georgia Tech


Georgia Tech announces death of DT Brandon Adams

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia Tech defensive lineman Brandon Adams has died at the age of 21. The school on Sunday announced Adams’ death. No cause was given. Adams had been going through offseason workouts and was preparing for the start of spring practice when he died on campus Saturday. He made his first three career […]
Tags: News, Sports, Atlanta, Ap, Georgia Tech, Adams, Brandon Adams