You may have discovered that the Science, Technology, and Culture (STaC) major at Georgia Tech has officially ended (effective Spring 2015) and that a new major in Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC) has taken its place.
This page is to inform our cherished STaC alumni, that you are an important part of our root system here in the School of LMC.
A Quick Breakdown of Your School at Tech
The Institute: Georgia Tech (GT)
The College: Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts (IAC)
The School: Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC)
Formerly known as: Literature, Communication, and Culture (LCC)
The undergraduate majors within the School of LMC are the B.S. in Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC) or the B.S. in Computational Media (CM)
Since STaC is so important to the culture and history of LMC, we want to emphasize that your connection to us is equally important and that we hope to be in touch with all of you for many years to come.
How has the major changed besides the name?
The current LMC majors take many of the same classes, only they are taken through different pathways! Your pathways to the degree were called “tracks” and you chose from: BioMed, Gender, Media, and a General track. LMC majors call their areas of focus, “threads” and students choose two threads out of six from these subject headings: Literature, Media, Communication, Interaction Design, Social Justice, and/or Science, Technology, and Culture (STAC).
The STaC faculty is still here and would love to hear from you!
The sense of community is still here. We would love for you to join us in staying in touch by joining our LinkedIn group for the School of LMC. This will connect you to the best LMC advocates in the workforce: our alumni database!
Also, we have several wonderful new spaces in Skiles for portfolio development, career assistance, digital humanities, lounges, and more!
We will LOVE to have more alumni stories like yours to share on our website, please email email@example.com if you would like to share with us!