A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1974, Choudhury’s scholarship in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies focused on the ideas of symbol and mode. In the classroom, he had an unwavering commitment to the Vitruvian ideal of the education of an architect across his four decades of teaching.
An internationally recognized expert on Iran and Middle Eastern politics, Boroujerdi will join Virginia Tech on Aug. 10, 2019, and comes to the university from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.
Led by the Language and Culture Institute, representatives from across the university show off Virginia Tech’s internationalization efforts at the world’s largest gathering of international education professionals.
Seven Hokies spanning a variety of majors - and dubbed the HokieNauts - are among the 12 finalists in a national NASA-sponsored competition to design informational digital displays to fit inside an astronaut’s helmet.
Six interdisciplinary research teams were recently awarded funding through the Institute for Society, Culture, and Environment’s (ISCE) signature program, the ISCE Scholars Program, to address a broad range of pressing contemporary social issues.
People across the country are tackling the problem of wildland fire through many avenues, from prevention to restoration. But Anne-Lise Velez, collegiate assistant professor in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the Honors College, argues that communication is key.
As their son prepares for graduation, Kate and Tim reflect on his experience at Virginia Tech, their involvement as Hokie parents, and the insight they gained into the university motto, Ut Prosim (That I May Serve).
Guests mingled with President Tim Sands, Executive Vice President and Provost Cyril Clarke, college deans, members of the Board of Visitors, university faculty, and the HokieBird in a tent at the university’s Northern Virginia Center in Falls Church.
Graduating senior Elizabeth Berg combines her love for history, technology, and preservation with an independent study in the University Libraries to create virtual 3D visualizations of Monteith and Thomas halls.
Virginia Tech's award-winning FutureHAUS will be on display in Times Square during NYCxDESIGN, New York City’s annual event that celebrates the world of design and attracts designers from across the globe.