The first building on the Blacksburg campus to feature Hokie Stone has undergone a restoration, received a new name, and welcomed new tenants. A ribbon-cutting celebration will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. April 30. Both the university community and the public are invited.
On April 9, 2019, the Virginia Tech Police Department took a report of sexual assaults which occurred in Pritchard Hall, located at 630 Washington Street. The incidents occurred in January 2017 and March 2017.
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.
More than 400 Virginia Tech students, faculty, and staff have gained hands-on training into responding to bleeding emergencies since Virginia Tech Emergency Management launched Stop the Bleed one year ago.
Hosted annually in March as part of a National Association of Women in Construction initiative, Women in Construction Week promotes women as a viable component of the construction industry and offers women in the industry the occasion to come together to bring attention to the cause.
The longstanding cooperation between Virginia Tech Police and Blacksburg Police was set in motion by Virginia Tech Police Chief Wendell Flinchum and Blacksburg Police Chief Kim Crannis and the chiefs serving before them.