pMary Miller, founder and president of Interactive Design and Development, of Blacksburg, Va., is the Virginia Tech College of Engineering Distinguished Alumna for 2013. She earned her master's degree in 1985 in computer science, part of the College of Engineering/p
pStudents from the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the College of Engineering collaborated on textile-based challenges for NASA and recently presented their concepts during the Wearable Technology Symposium at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas./p
pNicolin Girmes-Grieco, an instructor in the Department of Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise, will receive the Certificate of Teaching Excellence award on May 18, 2013, during the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences commencement ceremony./p
pThree University Honors students -- Wes Williams, Nicholas Montgomery, and Kwamina Orleans-Pobee -- won first and second place in Campus Challenge run by USAID and partnering anti-trafficking agencies. The team developed two technological concepts to help deter human trafficking worldwide./p
pWVTF's entry was one of 1,700 received by the society from newspapers, broadcasters, networks and websites. Hausman's report explored the questionable way in which a member of the University of Virginia's Board of Visitors secured naming rights to the university's art museum./p
The New Dublin Presbyterian Church is named for the lost community of New Dublin, which was two miles from Ingles Ferry and the old Wilderness Road. A log structure was built in 1769 and the present stucco and brick building was constructed in 1875. The adjacent church cemetery holds the...
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pStudents in a third-year architecture studio presented their middle school designs during the Virginia Educational Facility Planners' annual conference in Richmond, Va., as part of a six-week competition./p
pErin Sanchez not only lives her own life to the fullest, she is driven to improve the lives of others. As she graduates with a Bachelor of Architecture, she says that through her experiences at Virginia Tech she has discovered ways that she can apply her education to make people's lives better. /p
pSarah Gilbert of Goochland, Va., a graduating senior majoring in chemical engineering and minoring in chemistry, had a life-altering injury that caused her to pursue the field of biomedical research. She hopes to narrow her focus on neurological research after graduation./p
The Stormwater Utility Stakeholders Committee meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month in the large conference room of the Blacksburg Motor Company building at 400 South Main Street.
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The Blacksburg Farmers Market offers local foods, crafts, flowers, music, and more in the heart of downtown Blacksburg! Come support your local farmers and artists and enjoy the benefits of a strengthened community, healthy living, and support for responsible business practices.
pDespite their family's financial difficulties, Reco Charity's mother encouraged him to work hard and do well in school in the hopes that he would one day attend a university. As one of the first recipients of financial aid from the university's Presidential Scholarship Initiative, he received a full ride to Virginia Tech and will be first in his family to graduate from college./p
pTwelve midcareer professionals from around the world are receiving English language and leadership training at the Virginia Tech Language and Culture Institute and immersing themselves in the culture and community of the New River Valley./p