James Timberlake, an award-winning architect and FAIA and LEED Fellow, will discuss the future of architecture in a university-wide lecture hosted by Virginia Tech's Macromolecules Innovation Institute and College of Architecture and Urban Studies.
Students from Virginia Tech's College of Architecture and Urban Studies are participating in a design-build partnership with the City of Radford, Virginia, and Glencoe Mansion to build a train-viewing platform that highlights the city's history as a railroad town.
Kass has an extensive record of national and international exhibitions. His work, which has influenced generations of artists, will be featured in exhibitions at the Moss Arts Center, Perspective Gallery, and Armory Gallery.
The purpose of the forums was to “provide an opportunity for faculty from diverse disciplines to come together to share their interests and make new connections related to policy,” said Isabel Bradburn, research director in the Department of Human Development and Policy SGA program manager.
Rothschild recently retired after 26 years at Virginia Tech. She gained renown as an influential and pioneering scholar for her work identifying decentralized alternatives to hierarchy and bureaucracy and focusing on the treatment of whistle blowers.
A 2017 Ph.D. graduate in planning, governance, and globalization, Fialkoff combines aptitudes as a lawyer and planner to guide critical infrastructure and nuclear security and thrive in the lab or the classroom.
Virginia Tech researchers and students plan to use the donated motion capture suits to study body motion and injury prevention, thanks to Jamie Marraccini (electrical engineering '93), founder, CEO, and president of Inertial Labs.
With Thanksgiving approaching many Americans may be anxious about difficult conversations that could emerge. No one wants their Thanksgiving meal to turn into a food fight. Virginia Tech expert Todd Schenk has some recommendations on how to navigate conversation with friends and family, in 2017.
Virginia Tech's first University Innovation Fellows are a four-student team who want to create a campus hub to offer information for all students about learning outside of the classroom, from internships to studying abroad.