September 22, 2016

John Bartholdi III, Craig Tovey, and John Vande Vate, all researchers who hail from Georgia Tech’s No. 1-ranked Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE) – are part of an interdisciplinary team that has been designated as recipients of the 2016 Golden Goose Award. The Golden Goose Award honors scientists whose federally funded work may have been considered silly, odd, or obscure when first conducted, but has resulted in significant benefits to society.

July 12, 2016

Georgia Tech's undergraduate supply chain programs have been ranked No. 6 among North American undergraduate programs by Gartner.

May 18, 2016

In May 2016, the Center for Health and Humanitarian Systems (HHS) successfully completed its fifth professional certificate program in Health & Humanitarian Supply Chain Management.

October 13, 2015

As part of the Dutch-Flemish mission, Georgia Tech’s Supply Chain Logistics Institute inked a memorandum of understanding with Dutch Institute for Advanced Logistics, or DINALOG, and the Flemish Institute for Logistics, or VIL, to share research on technology in the movement of goods. 


Georgia Tech, in collaboration with The National University of Singapore, officially launched the Center for Next Generation Logistics on July 24, 2015 in Singapore.  The inauguration ceremonies were attended by 150 industry and government representatives and included presentations by the provosts of both universities. 

As President Luis Guillermo Solis comes to Atlanta next month to recruit investors from sectors like information technology and medical devices, he will be highlighting programs that engage the country on a more enduring level. 

The truth is logistics in all its forms is big business in Georgia. The state is the fifth largest overall logistics employer in the nation and rising fast. The Georgia Centers of Innovation has identified more than 12,300 logistics providers that employ more than 140,000 people. In addition, there are more than 33,000 logistics-consuming companies that critically rely on the efficient flow of freight to operate their business, according to the Center of Innovation for Logistics.