Mouchrek is the first Virginia Tech graduate student to earn an Individualized Interdisciplinary Ph.D., called an IPhD. She also will be the student speaker at the Fall Graduate School Commencement Ceremony at 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 20 at Cassell Coliseum.
Fenn, who graduates this December from the master's of public administration program in Arlington, says her studies have helped her see how biological data becomes vulnerable currency in the struggle for public safety.
During his time at Virginia Tech, graduating senior Kehong Lu has built up an impressive graphic design portfolio through internships with major companies as well as local organizations. Through his art, he hopes to share himself with the world.
Singh, who will graduate from Virginia Tech in December with a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering, is focused on using artificial intelligence to improve the structural design and optimization of aircraft structures.
Case has served in a number of roles within the squad, including as an attendant, assisting with patient care on emergency calls; as the former director of special projects; and currently as an ambulance driver.
Combined with dual degrees in environmental resources management and water: resources, policy, and management, Reynolds’ multiple internship experiences have laid an important foundation for starting his career.
Poised to receive a doctor of veterinary medicine degree from the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech, Majette is the Class of 2019 valedictorian, an achievement that has earned her the Richard B. Talbot Award, named for the college’s founding dean.
When Johnson walked across the stage in cap and gown as a 2014 high school senior in Manassas, Virginia, she had no idea that just a few years later she’d be preparing to make a similar walk across a stage as a graduating double major at Virginia Tech.
Outside of the classroom, McCorkill, a senior majoring in chemical engineering, can be found in the Supercritical Fluids Lab at Virginia Tech, operating novel high-pressure equipment to determine the way materials behave as a function of temperature and pressure.
Geary, a senior majoring in wildlife conservation in the College of Natural Resources and Environment, has served as chief of the Virginia Tech Rescue Squad for the past two years and as a member of the squad for four years.