Amid all the courses in bioinformatics and global economics, algorithms, combinatorics and optimization — look it up — the next generation of engineers and computer scientists is reading, even writing, poetry.That makes perfect sense to Wayne Clough, president of Georgia Tech and a Ph.D. in civil engineering.'The pursuit of science and technology is just as creative a process as poetry and the arts,' Clough says. 'Both require intensely creative people who can think outside the box, look at the same things everyone else sees and imagine something more, and put the pieces together in new ways.'
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