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Writing & Media

  • Georgia Tech Editorial Style Guide, Boilerplate Copy, and Writing for the Web
  • Georgia Tech Media & Public Relations, Social Media, and Communications Guidelines
  • Faculty: Request Institute media training
  • Defining Campus News: What is considered campus news, how Georgia Tech finds news, and campus publication placement is determined.
  • What's news in CEE? Almost anything that helps us tell our story and reflects the positive impact we have on the world. Some guidelines to keep in mind:
    • Faculty or student research that will be published soon that would be of interest to a wider audience. We prefer to time the release of a news story to the release of the publication, so let us know three to four weeks ahead of time.
    • Faculty invitations to prestigious events — to participate, deliver lectures, etc. Be prepared to help us characterize the importance of your participation and why it reflects positively on the School.
    • New grants or research funding that is significant or for a particularly unusual or groundbreaking project.
    • Student awards, scholarships and fellowships.
    • Interesting outreach events organized by students or faculty.
    • Fieldwork on research projects that will involve students, especially if travel is involved. Please let us know ahead of time so we can plan the appropriate coverage. Sometimes we will write a story beforehand, sometimes afterward.
    • Alumni making a difference in the world or winning prestigious recognition from their peers or industry groups.
    • We’re always looking for interesting or unique students to profile. Please keep us in mind as you encounter engaging and accomplished young people in your classes and lab.
  • Have a news story? Email Joshua Stewart with the details.


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