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.
The assistant professor of computer science and faculty member at the Discovery Analytics Center made the list for his contributions to understanding, reasoning, and mining the phenomenon of propagation over networks in diverse real-world systems.
Charles Clancy, director of Virginia Tech’s Hume Center for National Security and Technology, gave expert testimony in Washington, D.C., before the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Communications and Technology.
As U.S. lawmakers question cybersecurity risks associated with Chinese telecom maker ZTE, Virginia Tech’s wireless security expert Charles Clancy says that national security threats surrounding supply chains for telecommunications are critical.
After a two-year process, the Language and Culture Institute's Intensive English Program has earned a renewal of its accreditation for a duration of 10 years, the longest period awarded by the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation.
Serving as the university’s 15th president from 2000 to 2014, Steger was entirely committed to the institution where he received three degrees and spent nearly all of his more than 40-year professional career.
A memorial service is planned for Monday, May 14, at 1:30 p.m. in the Moss Arts Center's Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre, located within the Street and Davis Performance Hall.
A peer leader and mentor in the Honors Residential Commons at East Ambler Johnston since her sophomore year, Kocis says she loved being able to serve as a resource for them during their college journey.
Khan is a business management major and a recipient of the Pamplin New Horizons Scholarship, established to recruit more students with a diverse background to Pamplin and to promote a better understanding about the importance of diversity in higher education and in the workplace.
The study, a project in the UrbComp certificate program administered by the Discovery Analytics Center, is one of the first steps in connecting WMATA’s Rush Hour Promise to underlying service disruptions.