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Town Halls


Institute Town Halls

As a part of the Covid response and recovery, the Institute continues to host virtual town halls featuring Institute leadership and experts to keep the campus community informed. To view previous event recordings or see the list of upcoming campus events, click here.


Administration & Finance (A&F) Town Halls

Kelly Fox, executive vice president A&F, host town halls on taking care of the business of Georgia Tech.  To view previous event recordings, click here.


Infrastructure and Sustainability (formerly Sustainability, Facilities and Safety (SFS) and prior to that, Facilities Management (FM))

Each town hall will be recorded and posted here for review. *Note that you will need to be logged in with your GT ID to view these recordings. 

  • March 30, 2022 - Review of Cost of Living Adjustments with HR representatives.
  • February 24, 2022 - Inaugural Town Hall with Vice President Maria Cimilluca - The Path Forward for Infrastructure and Sustainability (Due to technical difficulties, please fast forward to minute 28 in the recording to view the town hall.)

          "The Path Forward" PowerPoint presentation from the Town Hall


Facilities Management (FM)

Specific to FM employees, recordings are posted below. *Note that you will need to be logged in with your GT ID to view these recordings.



Do you have a "green team" in your department who wants to do more to improve their workplace? Check out the program! 
I&S proudly partnered with Campus Sustainability to develop the Work Green Program. Pictured above is the Building Services green team who were winners of the inaugural competition. 



Get involved! Interested in sharing your knowledge on green practices with others in Infrastructure and Sustainability? Email to get invited to our monthly meetings and other activities.

Unit Newsletters

Inside I&S: Oct. - Jan. 2022

In January of 2022 we welcomed the inaugural Vice President for Infrastructure and Sustainability Maria Cimilluca. We finished 2021 strong with numerous student collaborations, significant progress on the campus center and a Covid-19 compliant holiday party.

Inside I&S: July - Sept. 2021

Facilities Management is renamed Infrastructure and Sustainability to improve the alignment of Institute resources in order to accomplish Institute strategic goals and better serve the campus community. Capital Planning and Space Management joins the I&S family in the collaborative management of the campus built environment.

Inside Facilities: Apr. - June 2021

As spring flows into summer and more campus community members get vaccinated, campus activities are returning to normal. Sustainability, Facilities and Safety is preparing for a Return To Better for summer and fall semesters.

Inside Facilities: Jan. - Mar. 2021

Leaving behind a challenging 2020, we entered spring semester with the inauguration of a new US president, new interim leadership in SFS - Nazia Zakir, the return of on-line classes, expanded Covid-19 testing and finally the availability of a vaccine.

Inside Facilities: Sept. - Dec. 2020

What a year it was! A pandemic and personnel changes made for a challenging year but our service prevailed. All Facilities employees should take pride in what they accomplished. Our strive for excellence and our spirit of collaboration provided a safe, productive semester for students, faculty and staff. This issue outlines many of the reasons why teamwork and dedication was integral to our success.

Inside Facilities: May - Aug. 2020

The summer of Covid-19 featured Facilities employees working harder than ever to reconfigure, reschedule and rethink almost every aspect of campus operations to prepare for the return of students. EH&S led the response efforts by ordering and distributing the necessary PPE to keep our work environment safe.  Each department adapted to the evolving challenges that arose due to the pandemic.

Inside Facilities: Jan. - April 2020

In mid-March, campus was closed due to the covid-19 pandemic and the majority of employees began to work remotely.  Staying focused from home, staff continued to work on strategic planning for the Institute, collaborated with students, and pushed forward on construction projects. Employees also received heaps of praise and appreciation for being on the front lines during a time of crisis, keeping vital campus operations up and running.