the Focus of Georgia

the Focus of Georgia

Focus of Georgia

A new study shows that science teachers and administrators in Georgia aren’t teaching students to take a deeper dive into their individual careers, but rather, they’re preparing students for high-paying or low-paying careers that they’ve often already chosen. These are not careers as they are often illustrated in textbooks.



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A. The Focus graduate weekend program is an immersive four days (Thursday evening through Sunday morning). Accepted participants should plan to dedicate the entire time to taking advantage of the many elements provided, including department and lab tours; academic, research, business, and government workshops; admissions and financial info sessions; networking opportunities; one-to-one faculty meetings; engaging dinners and socials with graduate faculty, alumni, students, and staff; and much more. A detailed schedule will be provided to accepted participants closer to the program date. (Source: focus.gatech.edu)



A. You may take a taxi, van shuttle, or our subway system called MARTA. We can reimburse those expenses up to your maximum amount of total trip expenses mentioned above. MARTA costs $2.50 per trip. The MARTA rail station is located inside the Atlanta airport past baggage claim. Pay $2.50 (cash or credit card) at the kiosk machines. Take the train north to the Midtown train station, which is about a 20-minute ride and does not require any transfers or exits until you get to the Midtown station. Exit the Midtown station facing south at the Peachtree Place exit. The Tech Trolley is a free shuttle that picks up passengers at the Midtown station outside the Peachtree Place exit and travels down 5th Street to the Georgia Tech Hotel. Be sure to tell the driver to let you know when you are at the Georgia Tech Hotel.

Moscow and Beijing have introduced competing connectivity ideas: the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the Russian Eurasian Union (“Russki Mir” and “Orthodox unity”). The two countries have attached great political and strategic meaning to their initiatives. The Black Sea region, particularly Georgia, has been pressured to shift its strategic priorities in favor of those initiatives. Former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reinforced Georgia’s strategic importance on the Black Sea, especially the importance of the Anaklia deep sea project. (Source: www.fpri.org)



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