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Where are they now? Medical school charter class members talk about life as resident physicians

A few members of the first class of the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine talk about their experiences as a first-year resident.

Virginia Tech Alumni Association hosts summer beer festival June 27

More than 40 beers from local, regional, and national breweries will be available for sampling along with menu items from local restaurants. 

Quick Q&A With Newest Dallas Cowboy Laurence Gibson

Seventh Round Selection From Tech Talks With Gobbler Country There are certain phone calls you never forget.  Sometimes when the phone rings a chapter begins.  Sometimes when the phone rings your wife is explaining that $200 charge to Kohl's on the credit card bill.  As an athlete, [...]

Quick Q&A With Newest Dallas Cowboy Laurence Gibson

Seventh Round Selection From Tech Talks With Gobbler Country There are certain phone calls you never forget.  Sometimes when the phone rings a chapter begins.  Sometimes when the phone rings your wife is explaining that $200 charge to Kohl's on the credit card bill.  As an athlete, [...]

A mosquito sex-determining gene could help fight dengue fever, life science researchers say

Life scientists identified a male-determining genetic switch in a dangerous type of mosquitoes that could be useful in efforts to protect human health.

Photos: Antarctica research

See photos of Iskander Ismailov, a research assistant professor at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, on the journey to Antarctica.

Local artists and writers respond to nature in Center for the Arts summer exhibitions

The suite of exhibitions brings together paintings, works on paper, poetry, and works of short prose that respond to the natural world.  

Robert Warren receives Gerald H. Cross Alumni Leadership Award

Robert Warren is the Meigs Professor of wildlife ecology and management at the University of Georgia's Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources.

Time. Tech’s Greatest Win Turns Twenty

Did anyone look at the calendar and note something important? Virginia Tech 28 - Texas 10 and the Date. December 31, 1995.. Folks that's almost 20 years ago. I just put up a new clock downstairs in the Man Cave.  It’s a big analog (hands and numbers on a dial to those of you digital [...]

Engineers, scientists to examine antibiotic resistance in food chain from farm to fork

Amy Pruden, professor of civil and environmental engineering and associate dean in the graduate school at Virginia Tech, is leading an interdisciplinary $2.25 million USDA grant on antibiotic resistance from farm to fork.

Transportation Institute launches effort to make navigating traffic lights safer, smarter and cheaper

The effort is designed to keep vehicles as close to “fuel optimum speed” as possible, basically that sweet spot when a car’s speed is sufficiently high, but fuel use is at a minimum with little slow and go maneuvering.

Virginia Tech agricultural sciences programs rise in National Science Foundation rankings

Virginia Tech’s ranking of agricultural sciences research and development expenditures for 2013 rose to sixth in the nation.

Hokies knocked out of ACC postseason

Saige Jenco has three hits in 5-3 loss to North Carolina

Why The Hokies Need U.V.A. More Than Ever

Every Luke Skywalker Needs Darth Vader. 'Hoo Are We Fighting? Recently, I penned an article detailing a decade of dominance over the Virginia Cavaliers.  The response was typical.  I got a few twitter trolls rumbling, had a few folks email me not safe for print comments.  I [...]

Thomas Dingus joins board of Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International

The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute's director was elected for the 2015-2018 term.  

Commandant of Cadets Maj. Gen. Randal Fullhart to speak at Dublin Memorial Day ceremony

All are welcome to the Memorial Day Remembrance Ceremony on May 25.

Brain scanning reveals that birds of a feather really do flock together

In a study using functional magnetic resonance imaging, Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute scientists found that our inherent risk-taking preferences affect how we view and act on information from other people.

Virginia Tech ecologist partners with the United Nations to confront global water crisis

A Virginia Tech ecologist co-authored a report to assist the United Nations in finalizing its post-2015 sustainable development goals.

Prepare to laugh along with Buzz Williams reading Mean Tweets

Buzz Williams has only been head coach at Virginia Tech for one season, but it was a decidedly unsuccessful season, as the Hokies went 11-22 (in fairness, they went 9-22 the year before under James Johnson). Combine that with Williams’s, shall we say, distinctive appearance, and you have plenty of [...]

Tech opens ACC Championship with North Carolina

The Hokies and Tar Heels split a series in Blacksburg earlier this season
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