A member of the university community since 1974, James served the dairy industry of Virginia and the nation as an Extension specialist, contributed to scientific and Extension education literature, and served as Extension project leader for dairy science.
A member of the university community since 1973, Hobeika's research contributed greatly to improvements in transportation emergency management, modeling of intelligent transportation systems, transportation planning and economics, and airport planning.
A member of the university community since 1980, Boucouvalas developed and strengthened the Department of Human Development's Adult Learning and Human Resource Development graduate program at the Northern Virginia Center in Falls Church, Virginia, which included several collaborative projects with other universities.
A member of the university community since 1982, Adel made significant contributions to the field of mineral processing in the areas of modeling, simulation, and control including the development of new processing technology and pioneering work in the use of video-based sensors for mineral processing analysis.
A member of the university community since 1983, Zallen has made significant contributions to the fields of genetic testing and medical ethics through her path-breaking work in the science and ethics of genetic testing.
A member of the university community since 1993, Meszaros served Virginia Tech as dean of the College of Human Resources, senior vice president and provost from 1995 to 2000, and founding director of the Center for Information Technology Impacts on Children, Youth, and Families.
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1974, Nachlas’ scholarship focused on the development of new analytical strategies for application of probability theory and statistical methods to problems in reliability, maintenance planning and quality control.
Hincker served Virginia Tech as its senior communications officer, initially as director of Educational Communications, then as director of University Relations, and ultimately as associate vice president for University Relations.