T. Marshall Hahn Jr., who died May 29, guided Virginia Tech's evolution from a male military college into a comprehensive university.
The ringing of the New York Stock Exchange's closing bell by Virginia Tech leaders and alumni echoed the innovation and entrepreneurship thriving in the university community.
Hokies have long tinkered with and repurposed objects to make them better — a skill known among programmers and innovators as "hacking."
It's easy to make yourself at home in the FutureHAUS, an intuitive structure with responsive systems that adapt to individuals' preferences.
The university's flagship publication, Virginia Tech Magazine forges stronger relationships among alumni, donors, and friends of Virginia Tech. The magazine highlights the vibrancy of a university on the leading edge of technology, service, learning, research, and scholarship and showcases the achievements of alumni, faculty and staff, and students through a rich array of feature stories, alumni profiles, and university and alumni news. Virginia Tech Magazine is published quarterly by the Office of University Relations, with support from Alumni Relations. The Virginia Tech Foundation underwrites most production costs.