Halsey will provide strategic direction over university buildings and grounds, design and construction standards, and non-capital renovations. Halsey comes to Blacksburg from Washington, D.C., where she served as deputy superintendent of House Office Buildings.
From shopping local for supplies to incorporating composting and alternative transportation into homegate plans, Office of Sustainability student interns share easy tips for reducing your homegate's environmental impact.
This new project supports the Heads Up Hokies campaign, which encourages students and community members traveling across campus on foot, or by bike, e-scooter, bus, or car to keep their heads up, act predictably, and pay attention to their surroundings.
Water refill stations in academic, dining, and residence facilities; nearly 100 bike racks across the university; and the Math Emporium’s sustainable makeover are just a few of the sustainability projects in action today thanks to student engagement.
Virginia Tech essential employees’ exceptional stories of service and commitment offer valuable insights into the problem-solving, empathy, and hard work required to maintain critical operations during dynamic times.
Home to more than 1,200 laboratories, Virginia Tech strives to solve the world’s most complex problems by connecting brilliant minds with powerful technology. But at the end of the day, every researcher is facing the same challenge: copious amounts of laboratory waste.
Students have been key contributors in the ongoing Virginia Tech Climate Action Commitment revision process and have had the unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in sustainability and invaluable professional development opportunities.
Signed into law in 1990 by President George H.W. Bush, the landmark civil rights legislation increases access and opportunity for individuals with disabilities across community life, including employment.