The final weeks of Virginia Tech’s Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign fall during the holiday season. During this time, it is crucial for charities to receive donations to meet the rising demand for their services.
The state-of-the-art sports medicine facility, made possible by a generous gift from Suzanne and Glenn Youngkin of Washington, D.C., expands the center’s capacity to provide cutting-edge diagnostics and treatment for lameness and other conditions that prevent equine athletes from performing at optimal health.
As we approach Thanksgiving and the holiday season, we are reminded of the importance of giving back to our communities. In the spirit of our motto, Ut Prosim (That I May Serve), Frank Beamer is confident the Hokie Nation will come together and exceed this year’s goal of $375,000.
The commonwealth stepped up with a standout higher-education package, including a new Virginia Tech Innovation Campus in Alexandria, which will be located less than two miles from Amazon’s new location in Arlington.
Virginia Tech's historic commitment to build a revolutionary, 1 million-square-foot graduate campus is the centerpiece of plans that will drive technology education and research, serve high-tech disciplines of the future, and transform the commonwealth's innovation economy.
In this season of giving, we are reminded of the importance of giving back, even if it is in small ways. A great way to do this is to donate to a charity that is near to your heart through the Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC). As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday and with only a few weeks remaining in the campaign, employees are encouraged to continue donating.
A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1998, Ramakrishnan, who is also director of the Discovery Analytics Center, is one of the top researchers in the theory and practice of data analytics, the science of finding interesting and actionable patterns hidden in massive data sets.
Perhaps the most transformative proposal within the 2018 Campus Master Plan is the idea to convert Cowgill and Burchard halls into a campus commons/student center space and relocate the College of Architecture and Urban Studies to the Creativity and Innovation District near what is now Squires Student Center and the Graduate Life Center at Donaldson-Brown.
Wetter will work with University Relations and campus communications offices to develop a comprehensive communications and marketing program that raises the awareness of Virginia Tech in the National Capital Region.
The 2018 Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC) is a little over one month out and we have raised $140,000. Although this is a great start, we are slightly behind last year’s percentage of reaching our goal. The campaign runs until Friday, Dec. 14, so we have 53 days remaining. We can do this!
For several hours the group of stakeholders concentrated on CCI’s two areas of focus: developing an engine for research, innovation, and commercialization of cybersecurity technologies and increasing the number of advanced and professional degrees to close the gap in the cybersecurity workforce.
Virginia Tech was listed in the 2019 Times Higher Education World University Ranking, which assessed 1,258 research-intensive universities on five pillars that represent key areas of higher education excellence.