Tim Sands

President’s Message

A Pipeline for Talent

Rob Wallace and Walter Barnes

Class Notes

Class Notes

2019 stories

Virginia Tech Is His Tribe

Like many Hokies, Rick Devens aimed to survive the first few weeks of May.

Crossing The Advantage Line

Amelia Griese picked a sport she had never played—rugby.

Denim Day Do-Over

Virginia Tech held its first denim day 40 years ago, and although participants might suggest the event was less than successful, it did make a lasting statement.

How Tech Ticks

Creative Caps

How Tech Ticks

Creative Caps

How Tech Ticks

Creative Caps

How Tech Ticks

Creative Caps

Graduation caps are more than just headpieces that complete the traditional regalia.

Around the Drillfield
Satellite Built By Virginia Tech Undergraduates Travels To Space

A group of Virginia Tech undergraduate students delivered their small satellite to Houston to be incorporated into NanoRacks’ commercially developed CubeSat deployer.

Corps of Cadets
Museum On The Move

The Corps of Cadets’ Pop-Up Museum started two years ago as a way to evoke memories and showcase a few dozen of the items in the Corps Museum collection.

Alumni profiles and news
The Building Whisperer

Morgan Blackwood Patel, a 2003 industrial systems and engineering graduate, is now regarded as one of the most prominent women in commercial real estate in the mid-Atlantic.

Alumni travel
Live, Love, and Travel

Trips offered by the Alumni Association all share a thoughtful attention to detail and an experience that links Hokies. Join other Traveling Hokies on tours in 2019 offered through the Alumni Association.

What's In It?
Technology That’s Gone To The Dogs

First-year students at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech are getting an up-close and rare look at what is inside a dog’s body. Virtual reality (VR) makes it possible.

Still Life
Through the Looking Glass

Many departments and programs use the campus greenhouses for teaching, research, and Extension activities.