- For more details regarding specific program events and services (tutoring, AAMI, Edge, Peer-I-Scope, Achieve Atlanta, Transitions, and WOCI) please visit their respective websites. Quick links are available below.
- For more details regarding staff in-person and virtual office hours, visit the "Meet the OMED Staff" page.
Remain safe, establish practices of well-being, grace, and boundary setting. Remember, you've got this and there are people here to support you.
AAMI is designed around five dimensions of development: Purpose and Ambition, Identity Bonding, Mentoring and Modeling, Visionary Leadership, and Social Engagement. More
While enjoying food, fun, and music, students have the opportunity to engage OMED Academic Support Staff, Edge leaders, student organizations, and others to help them quickly gain a diverse academic and social network. More
Challenge is OMED’s signature summer five-week academic residential program for incoming first-year students. More
OMED's Career Pathway Program is designed to advance the employing of Black and Latinx students in STEM fields, with particular consideration for a post-pandemic economy and job market.
Edge is a peer-mentoring program designed to support incoming students – both freshmen and transfers – during their first year at Georgia Tech. More
OMED's newest peer collaborative to support 2nd and 3rd-year students, Achieve Atlanta scholars, and transfer students. More
The Transitions program enables incoming graduate students and dual-degree/transfer students to learn about opportunities for engagement with OMED and it's various initiatives. Hear from and network with current URM graduate students. More
OMED's Women of Color Initiative (WOCI) is aimed to enhance the advancement of women in industry, research, and higher education through targeted research-based strategies. More
Georgia Tech Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council Formed to Further Address Campus Disparity, Bias, and Inequity
More than 50 representatives from across the campus have been appointed by President Ángel Cabrera to the newly formed Georgia Tech Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council which will identify issues of campus racial and gender disparity, bias, and inequity to be addressed in order to deliver upon the Institute’s vision of diversity and inclusion.
On Thursday, Nov. 19, Georgia Tech unveiled its new strategic plan which presents a shared vision for the next decade.
The African American Male Initiative at Georgia Tech hosted its Fall Leadership Summit on Oct. 22, featuring a host of discussions led by campus and community leaders and engaging sessions for students.
Joscelyn Cooper-Rodriguez and Nancy Sandlin, along with nearly 100 other participants, have been designated as Culture Champions for completing the program.