After three years of providing infrastructure and courseware for cybersecurity students and faculty in Virginia's high schools and colleges through the Virginia Cyber Range, Virginia Tech is launching the U.S. Cyber Range to provide this service nationwide.
Celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) with Technology-enhanced Learning and Online Strategies (TLOS)—learn about captioning, try out accessible technology tools, and make a commitment to creating accessible images.
Thanks to a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation, a group of Virginia Tech engineers hopes to redefine search and rescue protocols by teaming up human searchers with unmanned aerial robots, or drones.
Students taking the university’s advanced animation course will now be able to create complex projects more quickly and efficiently, thanks to a collaboration between the School of Visual Arts, Advanced Research Computing, and the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology.
David Raymond, director of the Virginia Cyber Range and deputy director of Virginia Tech’s Information Technology Security Lab, received the 2018 Shirley Payne IT Security Advancement Award for strengthening IT security within the Commonwealth of Virginia.
McDaniel has worked in higher education for more than 20 years, with roles in instruction, student records, and admissions. In his time managing student and faculty services at Stanford University, Alta Colleges, and the University of Colorado, Ryan supported enterprise resource planning applications and online education services.
The conference theme, Innovative Teaching and Learning in Cybersecurity, got attendees thinking about ways to engage students at all grade levels in hands-on, meaningful educational activities related to cybersecurity.
The Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science's flagship funding program, the Junior Faculty Awards are designed to provide seed funding for new projects that have the potential to grow into vibrant research programs attracting major federal grants.
Virginia Tech's Division of Information Technology is teaming up with InclusiveVT, the College of Science, and the College of Engineering to organize a unique event called "Hidden Figures: Into the Future," which will bring middle and high school students from the region to campus on March 19 and 20.