Sigma Gamma Tau
Georgia Tech Chapter
I have learned to use the word 'impossible' with the greatest caution.
- Wernher von Braun
Sigma Gamma Tau will be hosting a Jeopardy-style Trivia Night on Thursday March 1st from
6PM to 9PM in Weber Lecture Hall I. Topics will center around aerospace and will include
anything from naming aircraft manufacturers to fundamental mathematical concepts related to
Admission is open to all Georgia Tech students and refreshments will be provided. Teams will
consist of 4 people and the signup fee is $20 per team.
Each member of the winning team will receive a 1:200 Boeing 737 MAX scale model!
Please send all questions to Nabeel at
email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you there!
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Networking and getting involved is the key to success here at Tech. Sigma Gamma Tau hosts a number of events for you to network with other engineers and faculty to become a wiser engineer and individual.
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Sigma Gamma Tau is the national Aerospace Engineering Honor Society. The goal of the Georgia Tech Chapter of SGT is to further the experience of aerospace engineers at Georgia Tech. AE students at the top of their class are invited to join SGT and partake in social, educational, and service activities. These include tutoring and advising incoming freshmen, holding model airplane contests, and providing fun, educational opportunities for local grade school students.