Virginia Tech boasts more than 60 winners of National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Awards to date. These awards provide a kickstart to faculty in the dawn of their careers, helping to launch research-based endeavors in which the sky--and often beyond--is the limit.
Hokies helping the world: Many make Ut Prosim their life’s work
From designing a website that collects donations for nonprofits to founding a home and school for boys in the Dominican Republic, countless Hokies are living the university's motto, using the skills and spirit they learned at Tech to serve others across the globe.
||Kids' Tech University: Shaping the future of science
Unmasking mysteries such as the impact of pollution on alligators and how computer programs work is all part of a program sponsored by the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute and 4-H to engage youngsters in science and mathematics.
Recovering the past may shed light on the future
Student researchers: Breaking the mold in pursuit of knowledge
A group of students trek to Ecuador to study agriculture; another student explores the role of ethnicity in punk rock culture. Find out how our students are opening new doors when it comes to undergraduate research.
A collaboration between Virginia Tech and Christiansburg Institute Inc. seeks to preserve a piece of regional history at the site of a former New River Valley black high school.
Architecture grad combines
flare for design with business leadership
For alumnus Mark Richardson (architecture '79), creating the blueprint for business models is as creative a process as developing one for a building.