As their son prepares for graduation, Kate and Tim reflect on his experience at Virginia Tech, their involvement as Hokie parents, and the insight they gained into the university motto, Ut Prosim (That I May Serve).
The topics that Davidson has addressed in his teaching and research include income statement and balance sheet fraud, executives’ legal records and insider trading activities, and CEO materialism and corporate social responsibility.
Virginia Tech will transfer the resources of the Biocomplexity Institute into the Fralin Life Sciences Institute at Virginia Tech on the Blacksburg campus. In doing so, Virginia Tech will support life sciences research across the university by providing “room to grow” through shared laboratories and catalyzing collaboration and partnership.
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 2001, Viehland has been a pioneer in the development of magneto-electric composites and has conducted research on phase transitions in ceramics and physical phenomena like ferroelectricity, piezoelectricity, magnetostriction, and magnetoelectricity.
All 37 members of the class contributed to their class gift, which raised funds for the Founding Dean Cynda Ann Johnson Vision Fund. The fund will provide resources to continue evolving the school’s innovative curriculum and entrepreneurial program that Johnson pioneered for Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine.
Mike Clarke and John Asbury didn’t cross paths as finance undergraduates, but they share a passion for Virginia Tech and a deep desire to convey their professional knowledge and experience with students and encourage them to pursue banking as a career.
A former slave connects the six themes of a new exhibit at the American Civil War Museum in Appomattox, Virginia, by Virginia Tech history faculty and students. Through a JUMP crowdfunding campaign, the team seeks to upgrade exhibit materials and make sure the younger generations learn about Virginia Civil War and Reconstruction history.
The Willis Blackwood Real Estate Directorship was established in 2018 by Willis Blackwood ’72 and Mary Nolen Blackwood ’73 to attract and retain the highest caliber academic leader for the university’s Program in Real Estate.
A generous gift from Minoka Gunesekera ’13 gives back to Virginia Tech’s Cranwell International Center, the place that made her family feel at home in this country and, much later, embraced her as a transfer student.
When Donna Mitchell was a student, Virginia Tech provided her with challenges that helped her grow. Now she is offering a Giving Day challenge that will help both College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences students and faculty flourish.