For the second year in a row, Virginia Tech student statisticians have reached the national finals of the Capital One Modeling Competition. The event challenges participants to solve problems using computational modeling and data analytics.
This year’s conferences will be held Jan. 20 through 23 and will provide participants with information and examples of how healthy soils, forages, and ruminants improve human health and well-being.
Individuals who receive the Registered Communications Distribution Designer designation have demonstrated extensive knowledge of the design, implementation, integration, and project management of telecommunications and data networking technology and related infrastructure.
By modeling tumor blood vessels, Brittany Balhouse is able to see how the cells in the tissue react to different mechanical stimuli or cancer therapies.
Construction engineering and management and building construction students spent fall semester collaborating with students in Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation to develop proposals for four exhibits at the Mill Mountain Zoo in Roanoke, Virginia.
The many personal and collaborative achievements listed illustrate commitment to scholarship, outreach, and research among members of the university community, placing Virginia Tech among the top research universities in the world.
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Nicole Abaid, assistant professor in the College of Engineering, studies animal behavior to gain insights that can be applied to machines.
Lori Berry, senior executive secretary for the Office of Educational Research and Outreach, is considered a source of endless expertise and advice by her colleagues.