Spring 22 Events

Key Dates

Georgia Tech encourages anyone attending public events to wear a well-fitting face covering (preferably a N95/K95 mask or a surgical mask with a cloth mask over it, for example), to choose social activities that emphasize risk-reduction practices, and to participate regularly in campus asymptomatic surveillance testing. For testing locations and hours, visit health.gatech.edu/coronavirus/testing.

Schedule of Events

January 14

RHA’s Bingo Bonanza

9:15 p.m. – 10:30 pm

Brittain Dining Hall

Test your luck at RHA’s Bingo Bonanza! With over $1000 in prizes, music, snacks, and more you are sure to relive Grandma’s glorious bingo days. Chances are high with 10 total games of 1 winner or more, so bring a friend and show them your bingo skills! RSVP required through Engage.

Employer Insight: How to Stand out at a Career Fair

12 p.m.-1 p.m.

Blue Jeans Virtual Workshop

Employer representatives will provide and share their view on how you can successfully prepare and stand out at a career fair. Registration Required: primetime.bluejeans.com/a2m/register/wcahphhg. Sponsored by the Career Center.

Getting Ready for Graduate School or Fellowship Opportunities

2 p.m.

BlueJeans: bluejeans.com/346424350/4483

It is never too early to begin considering the next stage of your education or to explore funding opportunities that might enhance your education with travel, research, or further study. This session provides an overview of services and some steps you can take right away to explore your interests and prepare for applications to graduate school or prestigious fellowship opportunities. Sponsored by Pre-Graduate and Pre-Professional Advising.


January 15


GT Arts’ Campaign to Connect: An Unplugged Thought Walk with GEMS

10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Scheller Entrance on West Peachtree Street

This challenge may seem simple, but not everything is as easy as it seems.  Join students from Scheller’s GEMS program in partnership with GT Arts as they lead a silent walking campus tour.  Participants will be asked to take a two-hour walk without any digital devices.  Feel free to sit and stop along the way.  What happens when you’re encouraged to be alone, truly alone, with your own body and brain?  How has technology changed how we connect to ourselves, and others, and how we approach our daily lives?  What sacrifices have we made for the sake of data collection? 

Participants will be asked to jot down 20 things that they observed during their walk, which Gabriel Kahane will use as source material for an original song to be performed during his concert at the Ferst Center on Saturday, February 5.  

Interested in joining the walking tour?  Email: Skye (smauldin7@gatech.edu) to sign up. Interested in hosting an unplugged walking tour of your own? Email: Kara (kara.wade@arts.gatech.edu) for more information


MOVEments Live: Hosting Conversations that Matter

10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Ferst Center for the Arts

Join us as the MOVEments podcast team hosts four live podcast interviews focused on commitment to community, leadership lessons, and our MLK Jr. holiday theme of “It Starts with Me”. Conversations will feature leaders from the Atlanta and Georgia Tech community who have made considerable impact at local, state, and global levels, and will be interviewed by current Georgia Tech students. MOVEments Live will be offered in a hybrid format with in-person participants and synchronous live-streaming from the Ferst Center for the Arts. More info: studentengagement.gatech.edu/content/engage-symposium. Sponsored by Civic Engagement and MOVE.



January 17

RHA’s Warm-Up for Spring Semester

Times and Locations Varies

Watch out for RHA’s GEM Cart during the 2nd week of classes! We will be making our way around campus giving out Hot Chocolate, Coffee, and donuts to students on their way to/from classes! You can find more information on our website and keep up with our location day-of on our Instagram: @rhagt.

MLK Jr. Day of Service

8 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Exhibition Hall

Join us for Georgia Tech’s 12th annual MLK Day of Service, an immersive, community service program that connects Georgia Tech community members to hands-on service projects and social issue education in the Atlanta area! Each year, on the observed Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we offer the chance to make it a “day on, not a day off” partnering with local organizations to connect, serve, and move us closer to Dr. King’s vision of a ‘Beloved Community’. Individual and group registration options will be available. General info: civic-engagement.gatech.edu/content/mlk-day-programming. Sponsored by Civic Engagement and MOVE.

MLK “Sunday Supper”: A Community Meal and Conversation


Exhibition Hall

Gather with your fellow Georgia Tech community members for our 9th annual MLK “Sunday Supper”. This nationally recognized event draws inspiration from Dr. King’s vision to bring individuals together to engage in meaningful discussion about current issues. We are excited to come together over a meal and to engage in meaningful dialogue about the 2022 MLK celebration events, Dr. King’s legacy, and this year’s theme, “It Starts with Me: Shifting Priorities to Create the Beloved Community.” General info: civic-engagement.gatech.edu/content/mlk-day-programming. Sponsored by CEISMC and Civic Engagement.

February 9 & 10 – Rescheduled

Winter Organizations Fair

Tech Green/Walkway

11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Each Spring, the Center for Student Engagement and SGA host the Winter Org Fair which provides new and returning Yellow Jackets an opportunity to connect with our 550+ Registered Student Organizations! Grab a coffee at Clough and stop by Tech Walkway on your way between classes to find your community on campus!

January 10 – 14

Academic Success Summit

8 a.m. on Canvas

The Success Summit is an event especially created to offer Tech students tools and practical resources to successfully transition to the institution or the next semester, depending on the student. The online modules will cover topics ranging from time management to motivation. The Summit format will be online using self-paced modules on Canvas, daily discussion boards, and live panels over the course of five days. Sponsored by Undergrad Advising and Transition.

Pre-Health Advising Drop-Ins

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 8:30 – 9:30 a.m.

Tuesday and Thursday 3 – 4 p.m. Virtual at bluejeans.com/9333435893

Students considering careers in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, veterinary sciences, public health, or other health-related fields are invited to join Georgia Tech’s Pre-Health Advisors for drop-in advising hours. Bring your questions and come prepared to hear from advisors and students alike about opportunities in pre-health at GT. Sponsored by Pre-Graduate and Pre-Professional Advising.

Janauary 10 – 17

Free Group Fitness Classes

Various Times

Campus Recreation Center (CRC)

Join the CRC if a FREE week of group fitness classes! Drop-in group fitness classes are non-credit and focus on conditioning, strengthening and toning the body through various degrees on intensity. Classes include indoor cycling, step, power yoga, and much more. Find the full schedule at crc.gatech.edu/fitness/group. Sponsored by Campus Recreation.

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