Half of the family’s gift will be designated to the renovation and expansion of the Hokies football strength and conditioning center. The other half will go toward the Pamplin College of Business and its future Global Business and Analytics Complex.
The Virginia Tech Policy Strategic Growth Area (SGA) is taking aim at helping research teams place policy considerations front and center in interdisciplinary projects focused on pressing contemporary issues.
Connor Mulligan, Timothy Cosby, Sydney Grace Miller, and Shafe Ahmed are the 2018-2019 University Innovation Fellows. The program, run by Stanford University's d.school, involves students globally who strive to make changes on their campuses and in their communities.
Virginia Tech researcher Tabitha James has found that fitness trackers can contribute to well-being, depending on how they are used, and that how they are used depends on the person's motivation toward exercise.
Retired from his most recent position as a business intelligence manager in the Navy, Bryan Davis will receive a bachelor’s degree in management and continue as a student in Virginia Tech’s highly ranked, online Master of Information Technology program.
Teams will compete for $9,000 in prize money provided by the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, Luna Innovations Inc., Carilion Clinic, the Apex Systems Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and the Woods Rogers law firm.
At the Pamplin College of Business, learning firsthand about practical business issues and challenges and gaining experience in problem solving under imperfect conditions are two of the benefits students receive as a result of the college’s collaborations with business.