On April 26, the Qualcomm Thinkabit Lab at the Virginia Tech Roanoke Center will officially open. Sixth-grade students from the Roanoke region will spend an inspiring day immersed in a STEM environment with hands-on learning.
Susan Hockfield, who is also a faculty chair of the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research board of advisors, will speak about the growing convergence of biology and engineering at the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at VTC in Roanoke, Virginia at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 18.
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.
The review will consider several key areas, including finance, business operations, and facilities management, and will include processes, transactions, structure, and policies at the enterprise level.
Hosted by volunteers from the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at VTC and the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, 274 students will present their projects on April 6 at the Berglund Special Events Center in Roanoke.
This increase will raise the annual salary of approximately 225 employees who currently make less than $12 per hour. Approximately 312 employees who make between $12 and $13.50 per hour will also receive a salary increase.
A series of traumatic brain injuries in high school left Bailey unable to walk and struggling to communicate. Now she is taking advantage of all Virginia Tech has to offer and using her experiences to help others.
DeLuca, a developmental psychologist who also holds faculty appointments in the VTCSOM and the Virginia Tech College of Science, has been a Fralin Biomedical Research Institute faculty member for six years. She develops neurorehabilitation treatment techniques for both children and adults.