“Laurie Anderson: Invented Instruments,” which features some of the key creative tools developed by the celebrated performance artist, composer, and musician during her career, opens with a reception on April 26.
The Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science's flagship funding program, the Junior Faculty Awards are designed to provide seed funding for new projects that have the potential to grow into vibrant research programs attracting major federal grants.
A passive, durable, and effective method of water collection, fog harvesting consists of catching the microscopic droplets of water suspended in the wind that make up fog. An interdisciplinary research team at Virginia Tech has improved the traditional design of fog nets to increase their collection capacity by threefold.
Calhoun’s $20 million donation supports the launch of a pilot model of collaborative learning within the Honors College. A special event for the media and guests will be held Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. in the Moss Arts Center.
The installation, which uses the spatial audio capabilities of the Cube, will enable visitors to explore an immersive sound and visual experience as they follow a meandering path through the space and listen to Shakespearean texts performed by Virginia Tech students.
The Platoon Tactical Challenge is a training exercise made up of six stations. In all, 24 platoons of cadets will run the course and complete the challenges at each station in the fastest time possible.
Nearly three years after a fire destroyed Mzuzu University's library, students in Virginia Tech’s College of Architecture and Urban Studies are designing a new library for the Malawi institution, located in one of the world's most impoverished nations.