“Our research exposes the reality: ‘flexible work boundaries’ often turn into ‘work without boundaries,’ compromising an employee’s and their family’s health and well-being,” says William Becker, associate professor of management.
The summit between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin is welcome because U.S.-Russian relations are in a terrible state, however the prospect for achieving meaningful substantive improvement is low because suspicions run deep on all sides, says Virginia Tech expert.
Led by the College of Architecture and Urban Studies, students from five Virginia Tech colleges will compete as the only U.S. collegiate team in the Solar Decathlon Middle East in Dubai, November 2018. The team now has three months to complete the world’s smartest modular solar home – a prototype they hope will become a global model for housing sustainability.
Faculty leaders and administrators from across the country gathered at the Virginia Tech Research Center - Arlington last week to share ideas and perspectives on topics impacting each institution's academic enterprise.
During his first four years as president, Sands has championed the development of Destination Areas and Strategic Growth Areas, thematic focus areas that leverage the university’s strengths to attract both faculty and student talent and generate creative energy that extends across all disciplines.
The partnership between the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech and the Humane Rescue Alliance of Washington, D.C., will provide expanded educational opportunities for veterinary students and an increased capacity for quality veterinary services to the Washington, D.C., region.