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  • HSOC Student Uses Instagram to Combat Covid-19 Misinformation in Peru

    September 27, 2021

    With a background in biochemistry, unique insight from her Ph.D. program, and 68,000 followers on Instagram, Alejandra Ruiz-León saw an opportunity to make a difference. Now she is one of the biggest science communicators in her home country of Peru.
  • HSOC Faculty in the News: Johnny Smith Featured in the AJC

    September 3, 2021

    Mural of Muhammad Ali, a key figure in Smith's book turned Netflix documentary.
    Associate Professor Johnny Smith was featured in the article "Georgia Tech Prof’s Book Basis of Netflix’s ‘Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali’ out Sept. 9" published in the "Atlanta Journal-Constitution." 
  • D'Unger Named a 2021–2022 Hesburgh Award Teaching Fellow

    August 26, 2021

    Amy D'Unger
    Amy D’Unger, senior academic professional in the School of History and Sociology, was named one of the 2021–2022 Hesburgh Award Teaching Fellows. She is in the first group of Senior and Principal Academic Professionals to participate in the program.
  • HSOC Annual Newsletter

    August 13, 2021

    HSOC Annual Newsletter
    As we prepare for the new academic year, we're also reflecting on everything we’ve accomplished in the School of History and Sociology since our last annual report in 2019.
  • Student Spotlight: Meet Teresa Muñoz

    August 5, 2021

    Teresa Muñoz and her brother Alejandro Muñoz, MSE 2019, at a homecoming football game.
    With the 2020-2021 academic year drawing to a close, we sat down with Teresa Muñoz, a fourth year History, Technology, and Society (HTS) major to ask how the last year has affected her Georgia Tech experience. 
  • 5 Questions With Sports Historian Johnny Smith

    July 6, 2021

    5 Questions With Sports Historian Johnny Smith
    Explore the past, present, and future of sports with Associate Professor Johnny Smith, who talks Covid-19, the Tokyo Olympics, and the Braves' return to full capacity stadiums in our five-question Q&A.

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