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Shai McKenzie honored by ACC

Freshman tailback named Rookie of the Week

Virginia Tech Football: Ohio State Week Storystream

The Hokies are flying in under the radar, will they finally get another win vs a top five opponent? Or will the drought continue? Sporting News received this question in their "mail bag" a few weeks ago: Q: I really like what my Hokies have on defense. I think we have a good enough group [...]

Virginia Tech Football: Scouting The Ohio State Buckeyes

The time has come. Saturday, September 6, is just days away as the Virginia Tech Hokies prepare to take on the fifth ranked Ohio State Buckeyes. We all know that OSU is a very dangerous team, both on offense and defense. But just how dangerous are they? And do the Hokies have what it takes [...]

Virginia Tech Football: Scouting The Ohio State Buckeyes

The time has come. Saturday, September 6, is just days away as the Virginia Tech Hokies prepare to take on the fifth ranked Ohio State Buckeyes. We all know that OSU is a very dangerous team, both on offense and defense. But just how dangerous are they? And do the Hokies have what it takes [...]

‘Stand Up Planet’ pairs comedy with social change

The screening of "Stand Up Planet," will be held Sept. 10 at 7:30 p.m. at the Moss Arts Center. Admission is free and no tickets are required.

Virginia Tech welcomes first class of students in new, innovative doctoral program

The new interdisciplinary program in Translational Biology, Medicine, and Health will develop translational researchers who will transform fundamental biological discoveries into new approaches to prevent, diagnose, treat, and cure disease, as well as to provide the scientific basis for healthy lives.

Career Services program helps students dress for success

The Career Services program provides students with new or gently used business attire so that all students can participate in career events such as interviews, career fairs, and networking socials.

More than four decades of work earns John Novak professional accolades

John Novak, a 45-year veteran of the civil and environmental engineering field, is the recipient of the 2014 Association of Environmental Engineering Scientists and Professors Perry L. McCarty Founders Award.

Virginia Bioinformatics Institute researchers use new technique to shed light on inherited diseases

Researcher Hehuang Xie has found a way to trace patterns of a basic chemical process as it is passed through the generations in families. The finding could help reveal more about cancers and diseases.

Frank May appointed assistant professor of marketing

Frank May's research interests relate to time and patience, and judgment and decision making. His dissertation examines how the qualitative properties of time can affect perception of wait time and, in turn, patience, an important concept in consumer behavior research.

Virginia Tech Football: Can the Hokies steal a win from Ohio State?

Nobody gives Virginia Tech much chance to beat the Buckeyes. We got 'em right where we want 'em! Sporting News received this question in their "mail bag" a few weeks ago: Q: I really like what my Hokies have on defense. I think we have a good enough group to go into Ohio State and win that [...]

Virginia Tech Football: Senior Linebackers, The Unsung Heroes Of Our Defense

What the play of the Hokies' senior linebackers means moving forward. When senior Chase Williams took the field in Saturday's season opener against William & Mary, it was only his second career start. The son of longtime NFL Defensive Coordinator Gregg Williams has played behind some great [...]

Virginia Tech Football: Kicking Game Turns To Slye Vs. William & Mary

Last minute change sees Joey Slye get the call over Michael Santamaria at kicker. The battle for the Hokies' kicking duties, arguably the most competitive battle this summer, changed course again Saturday. Hours before Virginia Tech kicked off their 2014 season against William & Mary, Joey [...]

Tech prepares for stiff task at Ohio State

Hokies and Buckeyes set for primetime battle in Columbus

Hee Jung Kang appointed assistant professor of hospitality and tourism management

Hee Jung Kang's research in progress includes studies on employee perception of sexual discrimination and subjective career success, and the role of emotions on employee work engagement, performance, satisfaction, and turnover intention.

Dr. Rachael Carpenter joins veterinary college as anesthesiology instructor

A veterinary anesthesiologist, Dr. Rachael Carpenter comes to the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine from Animal Emergency of Kane County in Elgin, Illinois, where she was an emergency clinician.

School of Performing Arts announces 2014-2015 season

A highlight of the season will be "The Three Feathers," a world-premiere children's opera commissioned from composer Lori Laitman by the Center for the Arts in collaboration with the School of Performing Arts and Opera Roanoke.

Hokies fall on the road to Saint Louis 3-1

Freshman Huber scores first career goal in loss

No. 4 Hokies continue undefeated after 3-1 win at Ohio State

Tech finds goals from Dixon, Cephers and Gray

Virginia Tech Football: Hokies Must Clean Up Laundry To Win at The ‘Shoe

Virginia Tech committed 10 penalties for 75 yards in their 34-9 season opening win. To beat Ohio State, number 1 on the Hokies' gameplan should be making sure that number significantly decreases. The stat line is telling: 10 penalties for 75 yards. Even more telling, perhaps, is that Saturday’s [...]
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