Innovation in Public Impact Research Across Georgia Tech

Innovation in Public Impact Research Across Georgia Tech

On April 19th, 2017 the Georgia Tech Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) brought together faculty across campus to present new research and technology relating to resilience, social impact, public health, international development, and other topics.

Professors Catherine Ross, Margaret Wagner Dahl, and Ellen Zegura shared research, information on new project-based courses, and internships taking place at the Center for Quality Growth and Regional DevelopmentComputing for Good (C4G) at the College of Computing, the Serve Learn Sustain Initiative (SLS), Data Science for Social Good, and the Enterprise Innovation Institute (Ei2), as well as related partnerships with local and federal government and organizations around the world.

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