HokieBird Goes to Washington

The lovable Virginia Tech mascot recently had a capital idea: Why not hightail it up to Northern Vir...

UPCOMING EVENTS

‘Badstar’ Offers an Immersive, Experimental, and Visually Rich Concert

The Virginia Tech School of Performing Arts will present “Badstar,” a one-of-a-kind musical ...

Interactive Website Reveals the History of Political Boundaries

What if you could look at a digital map and see how your hometown voted in the last election? What if you could also see how its voting history changed over the past century? A recent web project makes this possible.

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ASPECT to Celebrate Its Tenth Anniversary During Graduate Conference

A party with cake, champagne, and dancing may help mark traditional anniversary celebrations. In the...

Rosemary Carucci Goss Honored with Emerita Status

Rosemary Carucci Goss, professor of apparel, housing, and resource management in the College of ...

Faculty Spotlight: Nneka Logan

Super Bowl advertising will continue to evolve this year, as companies look for platforms to demonst...

JUMP Campaign to Support the First Virginia Tech Latinx Symposium

Rays of sun stream through the skylights above El Centro, and for a moment the atmosphere fe...

Interactive Website Reveals the History of Political Boundaries

What if you could look at a digital map and see how your hometown voted in the last election? What if you could also see how its voting history changed over the past century? A recent web project makes this possible.

Faculty Spotlight: Jody Russon

Jody Russon joined the Virginia Tech Department of Human Development and Family Science after comple...

Virginia Tech Gets Federal Grant for Business Education on East Asia

Virginia Tech has received a $178,000 federal grant to develop an international business education p...

Bestselling Author Dan Ariely to Explore Irrationality

Why do humans make certain choices? Why do they select candy over fruit, for example? And why do the...

Werth Gift Increases Testing Capacity for Students with Disabilities

Compassionate, loyal, and dedicated, Robert “Robbie” Werth has devoted his professional care...

Department of Religion and Culture Welcomes Matthew Gabriele as Chair

How can engineers work better in cultures that differ from their own? Are religions now the ...

National Science Foundation Award for Research into Technologies for Disability Community

The bracelet looks unassuming, just like any other smart technology worn around the wrist. But r...

Anthony ‘Kwame’ Harrison Reappointed Gloria D. Smith Professor of Black Studies

Anthony “Kwame” Harrison, an associate professor of sociology in the College of Liberal Arts and Hum...

Cadet Brett Smith Named a National ROTC Student of the Year

Cadet Brett Smith has wanted to be a fighter pilot for the U.S. Air Force for as long as he ...

Graduate Students Create Online Class to Help Others Succeed

Stephen Dixon, a December 2018 graduate of the master of arts in instructional design and tech...

Student Spotlight: Stefnie Cerny Combines Her Love of Painting with Theatre Design

Stefnie Cerny had always loved theatre. Yet, until starting her studies at Virginia Tech, she ...