Fueled by a $50,000 National Science Foundation Rapid Response Research grant, Virginia Tech engineers sprung into action when more than 10,000 gallons of a chemical mixture leaked from a storage tank near Charleston, W.Va., and entered a river upstream of a water-treatment plant in January.
Virginia Tech Dining Services has developed a new website to make recycling an easier process for students. Introduced this semester in Turner Place at Lavery Hall, Sit & Sort educates diners on waste systems and how different items should be properly disposed of.
Thanks to the John E. Dooley Student Engagement Grant, Nina Miller of Mt. Clinton, Va., a sophomore majoring in agribusiness, is resurrecting a community garden behind Fieldstone Methodist Church in Christiansburg.
Students spending a semester preparing for treks to peaks in North and South America to study the landscape and weather of mountain environments.
Virginia Tech Civil War historians Bud Robertson, Jack Davis, and Paul Quigley unite for 23rd annual weekend event.
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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Craig Woolsey, an associate professor of aerospace and ocean engineering in the College of Engineering, studies autonomous vehicles and helped lead the university’s effort to obtain a Federal Aviation Administration-approved test site for unmanned aerial vehicles.
Julie Wesel, systems manager for the Hokie Passport Auxiliary, is regularly recognized for her outstanding customer service.