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Maria Cimilluca has been named vice president for Infrastructure and Sustainability after a nationwide search and will join Georgia Tech beginning Jan. 17, 2022.
Maria Cimilluca has been named vice president for Infrastructure and Sustainability after a nationwide search.
The nearly 10 years of planning, programming, building and execution appear to have paid off.
Albert Williams (A/C Mechanic II) tests an air scrubber in a classroom on Tuesday, Aug. 17. (Photo by Jeff Wiley)
More than 200 portable air purifiers will be installed in centrally and departmentally scheduled classrooms ahead of the first day of classes on Monday, Aug. 23.

With the completion in 2020 of Phase 1 of the Campus Center Project (the Exhibition Hall and the Pavilions), Phase 2 is now substantially underway and includes the renovation of the original part of the Student Center building, a new three-story addition in place of the Stamps Commons, and upgrades to the Kessler Campanile and its surrounding plaza.

Rendering credit: Cooper Cary
As fall semester approaches, construction and renovation projects continue to improve the campus experience for students, faculty, and staff.
Georgia Tech recently achieved a STARS silver rating by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated their guidelines on cleaning and disinfection of indoor spaces to account for the relatively low risk of infection from touching a surface.
The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design
Satisfying 225% of its energy needs from solar generation, capturing rainwater for drinking, and screening out common hazardous chemicals, award-winning project seeks to transform buildings in Southeast and beyond.
EcoCommons 360 View of Hammock Area. Photo by Brice Zimmerman
At the corner of Hemphill Avenue and Ferst Drive sits a lush, green, 8-acre treasure — a study in ecological sustainability, innovative pedagogy, and individual contemplation.
pic of Nazia Zakir
In celebration of Women's History Month, we highlight the onward and upward trajectory of women at Georgia Tech, where gender norms are being shattered, giving way to recognition, respect and inclusion.
Valerie Edward joined Facilities in March 2019 as a stationary engineer at the Holland Plant. (Photo by Allison Carter)
Valerie Edward is a stationary engineer at the Holland Plant.