The Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech is doing its part to contribute to the diversity of the veterinary profession. Since 2012, the college has seen a more than 50 percent increase in its minority student enrollment.
The third biannual Gender, Bodies and Technology conference May 1-3 at Virginia Tech will host scholars from eight countries in addition to the U.S., including teachers and students at the university.
The Highty-Tighties will perform during Spring Family Weekend on April 25 and on May 4 for their annual concert.
Virginia Tech has scheduled for April 25 its dedication of the Moss Arts Center, a $100 million facility that is home to the university's Center for the Arts and Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology. The 1 p.m. ceremony is open to the public, and free parking will be available in the garage at the North End Center, on Turner Street.
"Illuminate" will be the theme for the TEDxVirginiaTech 2014 event to be held Nov. 20 at the Moss Arts Center. TED enthusiasts and great speakers, thinkers, and doers are invited to 'give the talk of a lifetime' at the third annual event.
Karen Eley Sanders brings a wealth of experience in academic enrichment, multicultural programs, and diversity.
Thanks to the intervention of a Virginia Tech-led program, farmers in southern India are producing much healthier vegetables. The innovative method of using coconut dust in seedling trays creates jobs for women, helping to raise the standard of living.
Frank Shushok has been recognized for his outstanding and sustained contributions to higher education, to the student affairs profession, and to scholarly research and discourse on the student experience.
The annual event is open to all students, alumni, faculty, and staff from any college or university in Virginia.
The Virginia/Washington, D.C., affiliate of the National Center for Women in Information Technology recently held its 3rd annual Award for Aspirations in Computing ceremony during the Capital Area Professional Women in Computing Conference.
With one hour to design a vehicle based on last-minute instructions, Virginia Tech chemical engineering students put together the award winning entry that is powered by a chemical reaction.
Virginia Tech's Steger Poetry Prize, one of the most generous in the nation for undergraduate poetry competitions, was recently awarded for 2014.
Burruss Hall, the LumenHAUS, the Pylons and Memorial Chapel, and the Moss Arts Center Arts were voted in the top 10 of 250 Virginia structures nominated for favorite pieces of architecture in the state.