David Mackanic is a junior double majoring in engineering and chemistry and University Honors student. He is one of 283 students selected for the national honor this year. Mark Brown a junior double majoring in physics and math in the College of Science and University Honors student, earned an honorable mention, one of more than 250 students given this distinction.
In early 2013, Housing and Residence Life set out to fill a unique, vacant location with a new, driven and focused living-learning community. The Innovate living-learning community was created to fill this gap.
The award recognizes Virginia Tech's support for commuting transportation options such as carpool and transit benefits for employees.
Alcohol is an integral part of the hospitality industry, and having students trained and certified in safe and ethical alcohol policies is critical, said Rick Perdue, head of the hospitality and tourism management department in the Pamplin College of Business.
Faculty, staff, students, and friends of the university are invited to an open house on April 21 to see the proposed plans to guide changes to the Curriculum for Liberal Education CLE, the university’s general education curriculum, and provide feedback.
Join the Corps of Cadets in celebrating the Class of 2014 as they turn over leadership of the regiment to the Class of 2015.
In 2012, Peter Beegle received a bronze International Design Excellence Award in the student category and was a finalist for the World Design Impact Prize in 2013.
The many personal and collaborative achievements listed illustrate commitment to scholarship, outreach, and research among members of the university community, placing Virginia Tech among the top research universities in the world.
National Science Foundation | Engineers are 'schooling' themselves on fish maneuvers
Greenwich Time | Drones: Toys or terrors?
The Economic Times | U.S. scientists at Virginia Tech use coconut dust for germinating stronger seeds
The New York Times | Lobby for small brewers, concerned over rule, finds friends in Washington
Barry Goodell, a professor of sustainable biomaterials in the College of Natural Resources and Environment, works to understand wood and biomaterials degradation and protection at nanoscale levels in efforts to develop novel products and create new energy sources.
Marie Teany, housekeeping supervisor for Facility Services, restored order in Derring Hall following a recent chaotic period of renovation and construction.