The purpose of the forums was to “provide an opportunity for faculty from diverse disciplines to come together to share their interests and make new connections related to policy,” said Isabel Bradburn, research director in the Department of Human Development and Policy SGA program manager.
The Athens, Georgia, native is a licensed landscape architect and LEED-accredited professional. Douglas will oversee the garden’s operations and programing in addition to teaching landscape design and construction classes.
Virginia Tech hosted 24 German undergraduates for a three-week summer institute. The students participated in a class called 'Communicating Science,' where they learned to communicate, collaborate, and connect across differences and disciplines.
Industry leaders from Google, Sony, and Microsoft will talk about technology, art, and user experience at the annual event at the Moss Arts Center. The event will showcase Virginia Tech research combining science, engineering, arts, and design.