For the ninth year, volunteers across campus and beyond flipped sandwiches and served hot beverages in Newman Library. Thanks to many caring Hokies, parents, and community members, students received the brain food and encouragement they needed to work hard during fall finals week.
Walters' presentation was based on a paper he co-authored with members of the Public Access to Data Committee at Virginia Tech. The paper describes the process and need to create guidance for Virginia Tech researchers to know when government-funded data should or could be shared and when it must remain secure.
DataBridge is an undergraduate research experience that gives students interested in working with data a chance to increase knowledge and hone skills by helping graduate students and faculty with data challenges.
Only two Virginia awards were given this year from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services’ National Leadership Grants program, and both were awarded to the University Libraries at Virginia Tech.
Maker Camp is a four-day summer camp for middle school students, ages 11-14, designed to harness students’ creativity, introduce methods of design in both physical and digital realms, and grow their maker mindset.
Need to print a prototype of your latest invention? Looking for an opportunity to create or explore a virtual world? Need a space to collaborate or study with classmates? With the University Libraries, you can do all that and more!
Incorporating technologies from LEDs to real-time data, “DATAFORM” opens on Aug. 29 with a reception and distinguished artist talk by Madrid-based artist Daniel Canogar, who was commissioned to create the center’s newest site-specific mural for its Grand Lobby.
From fierce female boundary-breakers to artists who explore their native countries and cultures, the center’s newest season is filled with new perspectives, prominent voices, and sights and sounds from around the world. Tickets will be available at 10 a.m. Aug. 20.
Bringing together music and audio technology experts, computer engineers, musicians, and composers from around the world, Cube Fest includes public performances, presentations, and workshops from Aug. 8-11 at the Moss Arts Center.
Sang Won Lee, an assistant professor of computer science in Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering, and his collaborators tested some theories about not only engaging large audiences, but sustaining that engagement in a live music performance.
“Viral Networks” is a collaborative work of the University Libraries’ Virginia Tech Publishing, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the National Library of Medicine.
When civil and environmental engineering Professor Andrea Dietrich's AeroTrak particle counter malfunctioned and jeopardized her National Science Foundation funded research, she called on the University Libraries data services team to help.