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Get the info you need to turn your growing space - whether it's a balcony, a yard, or a couple of acres - into a fall bounty! Enjoy your lunch with us as we explore the ins and outs of improving your soil, managing water and sunlight, identifying microclimates and more!
Walking into a farmers market can feel a little daunting. What should you be looking for? How can you find out how things were grown? What's the best way to cook seasonally? Why do things cost more than at the grocery store, and how can you get a good deal? Demystify the farmers market experience and get to know your farmer and your community.
When you have finished reading this paper, please recycle it — if not for the planet, then for Building Services Operations Manager Willa Chatman.
Chatman is on a personal and professional mission to reduce paper usage — and that’s above and beyond her dedication to Georgia Tech’s green cleaning program. “I talk green all the time to everybody,” she said.
Georgia Tech faculty, staff, & students are invited to Health, Parking and Transportation Initiatives lead by Dr. Suzy Harrington, Executive Director Center for Community Health and Well-Being and Lance Lunsway, Senior Director Parking & Transportation Services and New Business Development.
The Stamps Health Services Pharmacy, located on Ferst Drive next to the Campus Recreation Center, now has the ability to process most prescription insurance, including BlueCross BlueShield, for faculty and staff.
With Tuesday’s announcement of the Final Rule for the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Georgia Tech Human Resources understands there may be a significant amount of questions about what it means for campus.
To assist, we’ve created a web page full of information and resources about the FLSA Final Rule:
Golf carts and other types of low speed vehicles (LSVs) have been used across Georgia Tech’s campus since the 1996 Summer Olympics. Currently, 145 of these vehicles assist in ferrying employees, guests, and supplies across Tech’s 400-acre campus.
Georgia Tech Staff Council presents: Inform Georgia Tech - Advocating for Georgia Tech by Dene Sheheane. This event will take place on May 26, 2016 from 11:15am-12:15pm at the Clary Theater in the Bill Moore Student Success Center.