Events

  • Jan 10

    King Holiday Observance Kick-off and Reception

    The reception serves as the opening event for the 2019 King Holiday Observance.

  • Jan 11-13

    Civil Rights Journey to Alabama

    Kick-off the 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration with a trip to Selma, Montgomery, and Tuskegee, Alabama.

  • Jan 15

    Students with King: Celebrate Differences

    The purpose of Celebrate Differences is to teach students about the national impact of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the civil rights movement and his global influence.

  • Jan 16

    Implicit Bias Workshop

    The goals of these workshops are to increase awareness of the impact of implicit bias and facilitate equitable decision-making across all processes related to faculty evaluations.

  • Jan 15

    Campus-wide Student Celebration

    This celebration will feature student speeches, cultural performances, and a candle-lighting ceremony for student organizations.

  • Jan 17-20

    2019 FOCUS Program

    The Focus Program is designed to attract the brightest underrepresented minority students and encourage them to pursue graduate degrees at Georgia Tech.

  • Jan 19

    The Annual “Salute to Greatness” Awards Gala

    Join the King Center to recognize individuals and corporations that exemplify excellence in their leadership.

  • Jan 21

    MLK Day of Service

    Participants will serve in teams and engage in service projects with metro Atlanta community partners.

  • Jan 21

    National MLK Holiday Observance – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Annual Commemorative Service

    The Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Ecumenical Commemorative Service is the spiritual hallmark of the King holiday observance.

  • Jan 22

    Demystifying Tech: Balancing Research and Family

    In a dialogue event held during Fall 2018, students and post-doctoral fellows shared some of the challenges they face while managing research/work and family responsibilities.

  • Jan 22

    MLK Lecture: feat​uring Dr. Mae Jemison

    Jemison, an engineer, physician, and NASA astronaut, will discuss King’s legacy and the journey individuals must take to change the world together and create a shared future.

  • Jan 24

    MLK “Sunday” Supper: A Community Meal and Conversation

    The Georgia Tech community is invited to come together over a meal and discuss the MLK Celebration events, King’s legacy, and creating a shared future.

  • Jan 25

    Komansé Dance Theater: Skid

    Komansé Dance Theater, led by Georgia Tech student Raianna Brown, takes a provocative look at homelessness and gentrification in the metro Atlanta area and beyond.

  • Jan 26

    Komansé Dance Theater: Skid

    Komansé Dance Theater, led by Georgia Tech student Raianna Brown, takes a provocative look at homelessness and gentrification in the metro Atlanta area and beyond.

  • Jan 29

    Forces Behind Movements

    Join us for a conversation around the leadership women have held throughout the civil rights movement and other major social movements.

  • Jan 30

    Implicit Bias Workshop

    The goals of these workshops are to increase awareness of the impact of implicit bias and facilitate equitable decision-making across all processes related to faculty evaluations.

  • Feb 12

    Implicit Bias Workshop

    The goals of these workshops are to increase awareness of the impact of implicit bias and facilitate equitable decision-making across all processes related to faculty evaluations.

  • Feb 27

    Implicit Bias Workshop

    The goals of these workshops are to increase awareness of the impact of implicit bias and facilitate equitable decision-making across all processes related to faculty evaluations.