Useful links for incoming and continuing graduate students at GT. For resources regarding grad classes or research, check out the Resources drop down menu above!
Information to apply for the Master’s degree during the Ph.D’s course. Details can be found on the link attached, however we strongly recommend that you start your graduation application very early since forms need to be submitted before the semester’s Phase I registration. If you are a first year physics PhD student and you plan on applying for the NSF GRFP, do not apply for your masters until at least Spring semester of your second year.
Gatech WORKDAY website to submit expense reports (among other things) for travel/gt-related reimbursements.
Career Development for doctoral students, by Georgia Tech career services.
Conflict Resolution via the Ombuds office.
Information for Teaching Assistants.
APS Local Links, geographically organized networking opportunities for researchers
AcademicJobsOnline, job application system for those with advanced degrees. Connects you to jobs in both academia and industry
MathJobs, job application system for those with advanced degrees in mathematics and related fields.
Indeed, a job search engine
PER Jobs, physics education research job listings
Equipping Physics Majors, an AIP study on the factors leading to successful employment of physics students
Stamps Health Services, for illness, allergies, flu shots, x-rays, blood work, pharmacy, dentistry, eye care, nutrition guidance, women’s health.
Stamps Psychiatry, for psychiatric evaluations and medication management for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, substance abuse, and other mental health issues.
GT Counseling Center, for peer and individual counseling, support groups, outreach workshops, and crisis counseling.
Mercer Family Therapy Center, for individual therapy when there is a waitlist at GTCC.
Health Initiative, for health and wellbeing workshops, programs, and resources.
Office of Disabilities Services, for discussing and coordinating reasonable accommodations for students, including test anxiety and injuries and disabilities that impede normal work activities.
CRC – Recreation and lap pools, indoor running track, basketball courts, dance studios, rock climbing wall, racquetball and squash courts, group fitness classes, and trips.
Paper and Clay – Arts and crafts, workshops on painting, calligraphy, sewing, and clay throwing.
Tech Rec – Billiards, bowling, and table tennis.
Under the Couch – Student relaxation space and concert venue.
Ferst Center – Free and low-cost concerts for students.
DramaTech – Student-run Theater.
Student Center Programs Council – Campus event coordination, with reduced-cost access to popular attractions like Six Flags, the GA Aquarium, and the Fox Theater.