Brian O. Hemphill, Radford University president, Anthony L. Jenkins, West Virginia State University president, and Tim Sands, Virginia Tech president are live now at the Uplifting Black Men Conference. Learn more ➡ Virginia Tech Black Male Excellence Network - BMEN
Did you get to ride the bull on Monday? Student organizations with an engineering focus congregated on the Drillfield to demonstrate cool stuff like a human-powered submarine, robotic vehicles, and a mechanical bull.
The $5 million international competition aimed to catalyze the development of autonomous robotics. After three intensive days of competition, Team VICTOR ended with an eighth-place finish in the first challenge and a spot in the grand challenge competition.
A rally in support of the Virginia Tech Jewish community is planned for 5:30 p.m. Monday, March 20, in the GLC Plaza as a response to recent anti-Semitic activity. All members of the Virginia Tech community are encouraged to attend.
This weekend, our Corps of Cadets participated in the Water Crossing Challenge, where cadets had to successfully and efficiently organize the platoon into groups to fit in the boats, paddle around the two islands, and land the boats safely back on land. #Teamwork
Virginia Tech Alumni and students: Why did you choose to be a Hokie? Comment below to tell our newly admitted students why they should be in the Class of 2021 — and why the high school juniors who toured today with Virginia Tech Undergraduate Admissions should apply in the fall!
"Minority Report"? Not quite. But Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute scientists working in a multi-institutional team with legal authorities have discovered that brain imaging can determine whether someone is acting in a state of knowledge about a crime.
The research will not have a bearing on court proceedings, but it is an inroad in the emerging field of "neurolaw," which connects... View details ⇨