Targeting early career or experienced professionals, the new part-time, 26-week bootcamp will teach skills that qualify students for the greater Washington, D.C., metro area’s high-paying, high-demand coding and cybersecurity jobs.
These days, when so many are relying on small joys to stay optimistic, we could all use something sweet. Scott Watson, executive chef at The Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center, has just the mood-booster: the inn’s colossal chocolate chip cookies.
Virginia Tech is closely monitoring information about the executive order signed June 22, 2020, by President Donald Trump that suspends entry into the United States of nonimmigrants in certain work visa categories.
The virtual forum, introduced by President Tim Sands and Executive Vice President and Provost Cyril Clarke, examined Virginia’s economic recovery as well as higher education’s response and role in that recovery.
For more than 30 years, Wilson worked passionately with the Upward Bound and Talent Search programs to provide educational opportunities for all students. Later, he helped guide prospective students around campus as a tour bus driver for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
With the safety, health, and well-being of our students and faculty as our highest priority, Virginia Tech is canceling all fall 2020 study abroad programs because of ongoing concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic and its devastating global impact.
To address food insecurity during the pandemic, the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Integrated Pest Management is improving the ways in which it disseminates crop solutions to farmers in the developing world.
The Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center, which transformed last year into a learning-centered living environment for more than 300 students, has seen several upgrades during the spring..
As part of the Hokies@Home collection, the project will include all official digital content from Virginia Tech related to COVID-19, including news articles, public announcements, websites, social media, emails, and recordings of public town hall events. But project leaders stress that a key part of this collection will be crowdsourced personal experiences from Hokies, near and far.
For many international students visiting Cranwell International Center over the past four years, their first interaction would have been a friendly greeting from Savannah Nelson, a senior in criminology who has worked as an administrative and programming assistant at the center since her first week at Virginia Tech.
More than 40 students from around the world convened on Zoom to celebrate their graduation from the Language and Culture Institute. Most will continue as full-time undergraduates at Virginia Tech in the fall.