Fenn, who graduates this December from the master's of public administration program in Arlington, says her studies have helped her see how biological data becomes vulnerable currency in the struggle for public safety.
Kathleen Fitzpatrick, author of "Generous Thinking: A Radical Approach to Saving the University" and director of digital humanities at Michigan State University, will visit multiple Virginia Tech locations Oct. 8-10.
The Virginia Tech College of Science and Alumni Relations are hosting two public panel discussions in February focusing on women working in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Faculty leaders and administrators from across the country gathered at the Virginia Tech Research Center - Arlington last week to share ideas and perspectives on topics impacting each institution's academic enterprise.
Virginia Tech Department of Physics faculty will lead a three-day workshop in Arlington, Virginia, focused on quantum information, which could provide communications a revolutionary boost in security and privacy.
Brian Goode focused on data-driven and process-driven approaches to create predictive models for six outcomes of 4,242 participants. He presented his work at the Fragile Families Challenge Scientific Workshop at Princeton University last week.
The test will occur between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. When a VT Alert is sent out, the information is communicated with the community via campus sirens, electronic message boards, emails to vt.edu addresses, and social media updates.