Virginia Tech’s School of Architecture + Design has once again been recognized as a leader for the strength of its educational programs and the quality of its graduates in the 2019-2020 DesignIntelligence rankings.
Virginia Tech’s Beyond Boundaries Scholars program passed a major milestone earlier this year when donor support exceeded $1 million. That amount, given by 160 generous households, was up 35 percent compared to the previous year — and enough for the program to benefit nearly 300 students.
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1986, Miller has been a dedicated educator of students, professionals, and other educators and has worked to develop landscape architecture programs, curricula, and coursework at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in the United States, Canada, China, and the Middle East.
Boundless Impact: The Campaign for Virginia Tech has a goal to raise $1.5 billion to fuel excellence across all university programs and drive forward major strategic priorities. A second goal is to engage 100,000 alumni in meaningful ways over the course of the campaign.
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1984, Davis educated thousands of now professional architects and designers, teaching across the architecture curriculum. He was chair of Virginia Tech’s professional program from 1993 to 2000.
Interior design student Sydney Miller's winning entry for the Angelo Donghia Foundation Scholarship required her to envision a university facility that could respond to the blending lifestyles of today’s students and professionals.
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1983, Rodríguez-Camilloni is a recognized historian and scholar of South American Pre-Columbian architecture and an authority on Spanish colonial art and architecture, specifically religious architecture in Lima of the 17th and 18th centuries.
The university has designed courses connected to these areas and hired more than 100 faculty specifically to teach and conduct research within these themes since Thanassis Rikakis, former Virginia Tech provost, launched the Destination Areas in 2016. On Sept. 20, there will be a Fall Kick-Off event at the Inn at Virginia Tech to learn more about the goals of Destination Areas and grant opportunities.
“Having to hold an unprecedented second parliamentary election in a few months is a testimony to the deep political cleavage in Israeli politics,” says Boroujerdi. “Netanyahu may still end up winning the election but this does not mean that the task of governing will become any easier starting tomorrow.”
First-year architecture student Jaedun Wilson is ready for the learning, personal growth, and connections he'll make during his years at Virginia Tech.=https://video.vt.edu/media/First-year+Jaedun+Wilson+looks+forward+to+years+at+Virginia+Tech/1_2ve7wvpk
The School of Public and International Affairs recently hosted 25 young leaders representing 13 African countries for leadership training, professional networking, and community engagement in Northern Virginia.
The Ph.D. student and National Science Foundation research trainee in the multidisciplinary UrbComp program, administered through the Discovery Analytics Center, will compare online and offline social networks to provide urban planners and local leaders with insights and expanded tools to increase the voice and visibility of historically marginalized citizens.