Family Storytime at the Georgia Tech Library starts Sept. 5

Family Storytime at the Georgia Tech Library

As a pilot during Fall 2019 semester, "Family Storytime at the Library" will be held in  Crosland Tower once a week beginning Thursday, Sept. 5 at 10 a.m. on the second floor.

Family Storytime at the Library will host children of students, faculty and staff for a 30-minute reading session. The goal of the program is to be a family-friendly initiative to promote an inclusive campus.

This program is sponsored by the Georgia Tech Diversity and Inclusion Fellows and was initiated by two of this year's cohort: Diana Roldan Rueda, a Ph.D. student in the School of Public Policy; and Nadia Szeinbaum, who has both an M.S. in environmental engineering and a Ph.D. in microbiology from Georgia Tech and is currently at Tech as a NASA Postdoctoral Program Fellow.

Family Storytime at the LIbrary is an official Youth Program at Georgia Tech and parents or guardians are required to attend with children.