Representatives from Atlanta non-governmental and humanitarian organizations who use the French language in their profession will talk with area high school and university French classes about eld work in the Caribbean, West and North Africa, parts of Asia and other regions. The presentations will give students a broader understanding of humanitarian affairs and showcase how learning a second language opens exciting career paths at home and abroad.
Outstanding French and American researchers and key opinion leaders will gather for a high-level, one-day scientific symposium on human viral infections. Interactive sessions will present basic and clinic research focusing on advances in virology, therapeutic drug development and practical considerations … Read More
Industry leaders from aerospace giant Airbus and researchers from Georgia Tech’s Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering highlight how research-rich educational programs and an aggressive pursuit of technology and innovation help them tackle today’s most challenging problems in advanced aircraft … Read More
The president of Toulouse-based ISAE-SUPAERO, Olivier Lesbre, and his executive team join faculty and students from Georgia Tech’s School of Aerospace Engineering to share their experience and views on innovations in aerospace, research and the future of higher education. A long … Read More
As populations in cities grow, urban water management challenges increase. At this roundtable event, researchers plus municipal and industry leaders from Atlanta and Toulouse discuss today’s challenges and innovations in wastewater management, highlighting a shift from disposal to energy creation … Read More
DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. Climate change, cybersecurity, public health policy, and clean energy – the U.S. NSF, and France’s CNRS are actively engaged in addressing these societal challenges and more. Which issues will … Read More
Representatives from local NGOs shared their field experience with students in Metro Atlanta high schools and universities from October 27, 2015 – November 9, 2015. Students learned about current humanitarian issues that are being addressed by these organizations, particularly in … Read More
Open to the public, this seminar will explore the objectives and advantages of early language learning in an immersion context to prepare children for an increasingly globalized world. For its educational segment, France Atlanta 2014 is proud to partner … Read More