OMED TRANSITIONS, sponsored by Procter and Gamble and GT OMED: Educational Services, is a one-day program designed to help acclimate incoming under-represented minority graduate students to the academic and social environments at Georgia Tech. Students will be introduced to the many resources available here and will have the opportunity to network with faculty, staff and current students. Dur...
OMED is now hiring students to become Challenge Counselors and Team Coaches. If you are an outgoing student with a passion for helping others transition to Georgia Tech, these are the positions for you!
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AAMI/ GT-PRIME Conference
Saturday – Sunday, September 20-21, 2014
Marriott Stone Mountain Inn, Stone Mountain Park
Registration Now Available!!!
On Saturday and Sunday, September 20-21, African American male students, faculty, corporate executives, GT alumni, and AAMI affiliates will gather for a 1 ½ day conference at the Marriott Stone Mountain Inn. The conference is d...
Come prepare for your success at the
OMED TEAM COACH KICK OFF
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
6 pm – 8 pm
The East Architecture Building located at 245 Fourth Street NW, Reinsch-Pierce Family Auditorium.
Get ready for a high energy event that will introduce Team Coaches and kick off your successful year at Georgia Tech.
Sponsored by Southwire and OMED: Educational Services.
Challenge 2014 was held on Georgia Tech’s campus from June 21 – July 25. This year, 74 incoming freshmen participated and had a fun summer filled with classes and activities.
Challenge is OMED’s signature bridge program. It is a five-week, intensive program that is held every summer for incoming Georgia Tech freshman. In Challenge, students are immersed in the Georgia Tech envi...
OMED Student Ambassadors are highly engaged students, many who have actively participated in OMED: Educational Services’ programs, and are strong advocates of OMED to prospective and current students, their families, Georgia Tech faculty, staff and alumni, strategic partners and supporters.
Major: Chemical and Biomolecular Engineer
Year: First Year