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02/24/2017 at 19:34. Facebook
72° and perfect in Blacksburg. ☀

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02/23/2017 at 15:05. Facebook
"I think the industry needs to be more proactive about changing the narrative around who is expected to be a software engineer or go into the field of computer science."

— Virginia Tech Alumni T'Keyaha Sawyers, a software engineer for YouTube

Above all, computer science alumna wants to be known for being a good software engineer

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02/22/2017 at 15:05. Facebook
Meet Mike. He's a Hokie who created a new category of musical instrument.

His device allows players to strum a guitar, bow a violin, tap a piano, and loop a beat — all on a two-pound, molded-plastic device resembling a wide guitar neck.

(with Virginia Tech Alumni)

Virginia Tech grad reinvents the concept of musical instruments

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02/22/2017 at 00:47. Facebook
Congratulations from Hokie Nation, Hoda Kotb!

Hoda Kotb on Twitter

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02/21/2017 at 12:08. Facebook
Did you know that there are group trips for Virginia Tech Alumni? These Hokies are meeting penguins, seals, and whales in Antarctica! Learn more ➡ alumni.vt.edu/travel
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02/21/2017 at 01:56. Facebook
It hit 70º in Blacksburg today. Is it spring? Are we being trolled by the weather? (360º video, so turn your mobile for the best view!)
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02/20/2017 at 02:40. Facebook
Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) researcher Charlie Klauer: "Don’t get me wrong: Driver education and the understanding of the risks involved are critical. But the solutions here are probably technology, and designing uses so that drivers can keep their eyes on the forward roadway while they engage in some of these things."

It’s Up to Engineers to Stop People Texting and Driving

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T-minus 85 days until this year's graduation.

What to know ➡ alumni.vt.edu/100days

In the meantime, #TBT to a graduation without smart phones. Is that a camera?! (Photos courtesy of university archives)

— with Virginia Tech Alumni
Meet Virginia Tech Alumni Kate and Mike Schulz! This #HokieLove story started during Homecoming week when Kate's sorority and Mike's fraternity were paired up. Mike was an accounting information systems development major ('05), and Kate was majoring in psychology ('04), who became friends and started dating after they both graduated. Kate says, "We love Virginia Tech football games, TOTS, and...
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We're bringing back our favorite cheesy Hokie-themed Valentine's Day cards this year — perfect for sharing with your #HokieLove or BFF.
Is there anything sweeter than this story about Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute getting a reputation as a matchmaker?

Answer: No, no there is not.

Making matches at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

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An 80-78 double OT win over UVA by men's basketball?

Awesome.

Having the best fans in the country?

Even better.

Thank you, Hokie Nation. #ThisIsHome
Virginia Tech scientists are working on a computational model that could lead to better treatment of co-infections of immunocompromised patients.

(with Biocomplexity Institute of Virginia Tech)

New mathematical model sheds light on HIV-HPV co-infection

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Missed this year's TEDxVirginiaTech? Catch the presenters in this handy YouTube playlist.

TEDxVirginiaTech - November 10, 2016 - YouTube

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Hokies represent.

Do you have a Virginia Tech license plate?
A Virginia Tech professor can add one more notch to his storied CV: character in a comic.

It’s a bird! A plane! It’s John Jelesko — Super Poison Ivy Man!

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That game. That comeback. Can't let go of football season yet?!

Learn about how Virginia Tech has revolutionized helmet research.

Hard-hitting Research | Virginia Tech Magazine

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With Inclusive VT and the Principles of Community as our core values, Virginia Tech is preparing leaders for the world. ➡ vt.edu/inclusivevt
"I can honestly say that without the Executive MBA, we likely would never have taken the leap to start our own company."

Executive MBA alumnus launches organic Vietnamese yogurt company

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