July

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Scott Verbridge uses micro-fabricated blood vessels to study tumor growth and anti-angiogenic cancer therapy
John Gladchuk named director of corporate and foundation relations
VALOR goes to Washington
Summer undergraduate research: Women who steer engineering research program
Faculty member ranked among top U.S. military veterinarians in Europe
Virginia Tech Day at the VIRginia International Raceway planned for Aug. 10
New short course gets to the heart of high-performance building
Researchers explore genetic links between nicotine, cancer using 'next-generation sequencing'
Governor's Award nominee Caroline Velasquez recognized for excellent customer service
Industrial design students win international award for innovative cellphone device operated by facial muscles
New partnership builds connections for international sustainable infrastructure research
More than 250 undergraduate students 'invent the future' through research this summer
Student director of Relay For Life prepares for a busy year
Padma Rajagopalan invited to serve on National Institutes of Health study section on biomaterials
New laws affect moped and scooter owners
New environmental informatics major opens a world of opportunity
Superman's stunt man hails from College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, not Krypton
Steve McMullin appointed interim head of fish and wildlife conservation department
K-12 students learn college is within their reach
Turner Place at Lavery Hall lauded as country's best new dining facility
Governor's Award nominee David Sciarretta recognized for successful career at steam plant
Keeping Virginia hives alive: Researchers study effects of pesticides on honeybee health
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences undergraduate translates wasted food into dollar amount
Three finalists for vice provost for undergraduate academic affairs invited for campus interviews
Video: Virginia Tech Summer Academy students welcomed to the university and Town of Blacksburg
Virginia Tech hosts Governor's School for Agriculture
Virginia Tech approved to award graduate degrees in nuclear engineering
Presidential Global Scholars reflect on the impact of education abroad learning experience
Dr. Cyril R. Clarke named dean of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine
Short course helps ease the transfer of forest land to the next generation
Long-buried seawall protected New Jersey homes from Hurricane Sandy's record storm surges
'Zombie virus' to be unleashed at national Boy Scout Jamboree to teach kids about contagious diseases
Students learn the ins and outs of packaging
Eye tracking of Civil War photos may help curators
National Institutes of Health grant lets veterinary college's X.J. Meng study how hepatitis E virus infects across species barrier
Governor's Award nominee Leisa Osborne recognized for outstanding community service and volunteerism
Summer undergraduate research: Student investigates a less invasive way to analyze the brain that may benefit future veterans research
Corina Sandu honored with international Forest R. McFarland Award
Art exhibit explores creativity and mental health
Frank Shushok Jr. to advance scholarly exchange about student learning
Two Virginia Tech College of Engineering teams, spin-off company TORC, advance in DARPA Robotics Challenge
In memoriam: D.W. Murphree, adjunct professor of history, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
University's 2013 orientation team to help welcome more than 5,000 incoming students
Jim Fraser receives Mitchell A. Byrd Award for outstanding achievement in ornithology
Lawrence Sewell receives 2013 Governor's Award for Innovation
Engagement Excursions connect faculty with community partners
In memoriam: Robert D. Dryden, former department head of the Grado Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Entrepreneurship is the focus of university’s latest living-learning community
Researchers discover hidden pathway that plants use to maintain balance, fight stress
Summer undergraduate research: Digging for clues to save declining bird populations
Fourth Conference on Community Resiliency set for Aug. 29-30 in Switzerland
Landscape architecture students create 'Tomorrow's Water,' for indoor mini golf course at National Building Museum
Doug Nelson receives his fourth National Science Foundation advisor award
Visual communication design graduate wins national Gold ADDY Award
Virginia Tech begins search for vice president for National Capital Region
In memoriam: Colleen Carlson, forestry research associate, College of Natural Resources and Environment
Summer undergraduate research: Student wins prestigious fellowship from American Society of Microbiology
Jim and Janet Johnson receive philanthropy award
New microfluidic chip can help identify unwanted particles in water and food