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Tech knocks off No. 7 Florida State

Sean Keselica improves to 3-0 in the ACC in 8-3 victory

Thinking of Buckeyes…

Last week the Roanoke Times published an interview with Bud Foster. Of course, he was asked about the Ohio State quarterback situation, and whether he is spending much time thinking about the match-ups. As a Hokies fan, you've got to love his reply: Regardless of who their quarterback [...]

Thinking of Buckeyes…

Last week the Roanoke Times published an interview with Bud Foster. Of course, he was asked about the Ohio State quarterback situation, and whether he is spending much time thinking about the match-ups. As a Hokies fan, you've got to love his reply: Regardless of who their quarterback [...]

Thinking of Buckeyes…

Last week the Roanoke Times published an interview with Bud Foster. Of course, he was asked about the Ohio State quarterback situation, and whether he is spending much time thinking about the match-ups. As a Hokies fan, you've got to love his reply: Regardless of who their quarterback [...]

Timothy Long selected as a Virginia Outstanding Scientist for 2015

The director of the Virginia Tech Macromolecules Interfaces Institute will be honored as a Virginia Outstanding Scientist for 2015 by Gov. Terry McAuliffe and the Science Museum of Virginia on Thursday in Richmond.

In memoriam: John K. Costain, professor of geophysics, College of Science

A memorial service will be held at 5 p.m. Saturday at McCoy Funeral Home in Blacksburg.

Top Virginia Tech graduate students honored with awards

The Virginia Tech Graduate School honored the university's top doctoral and master's degree students at an awards dinner during Graduate Education Week.

Video: New generation of Virginia Tech students boosts town of Buchanan

Twenty years ago, Harry Gleason, then a Virginia Tech student, created a growth plan for the town. Today, graduate students are making key changes to Buchanan's comprehensive plan. 

Virginia Tech, U.S. Small Business Administration partner to teach entrepreneurship to veterans

Virginia Tech was selected to host Boots to Business because of its support to the military community and traditions with the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets.

Virginia Tech’s Virginia Outstanding Scientist Award and Lifetime Achievement in Science Award winners (1985 to 2015)

Established in 1985 and sponsored by the Science Museum of Virginia, the Outstanding Scientist Award honors scientists who, through their research and commitment to science, have made a recent contribution to basic scientific research which extends the boundaries of any field of science.

Hokies hit the road for ACC weekend at No. 7 Florida State

Teams have not met since ACC tournament in 2013 - all games available on ESPN3

Tech heads to Notre Dame for big ACC series

Both teams ranked in top 40 of NCAA RPI

Virginia Tech’s leading scorer Adam Smith transferring

BLACKSBURG, Va. — Virginia Tech’s leading scorer last season, Adam Smith, will finish his college basketball career at another school.Coach Buzz Williams said Thursday that Smith will graduate in May and play his final season elsewhere. Smith’s new college home will be his third. He transferred [...]

Hokies add three to signing class

Foxhall, Diana and Boyles complete 2015 class

Adam Smith will transfer out of Virginia Tech basketball program

Guard Adam Smith will transfer from Virginia Tech for his final year of eligibility upon earning his degree in May, the school announced Thursday. Smith, the leading scorer for the Hokies basketball team last season, will be eligible to play immediately.Read full article >>

Smith to Transfer

Adam Smith has decided to leave Virginia Tech following graduation this Spring. Virginia Tech's leading scorer has decided to forego his final year of eligibility with the Hokies and transfer following his graduation. Adam Smith will transfer to another school to play his fifth year of eligibility [...]

CEO and environmental advocate to discuss working with coal industry for social change

Tom Clarke's April 20 talk is the focus of the Pamplin College of Business Del Alamo/Hogan Symposium on Business Ethics.

John E. Taylor’s research on networks in constructed facilities earns award

John E. Taylor was selected for the award because of his "broad and deep, path-breaking research on the effects of dynamic interpersonal and inter-organizational networks on the outcomes of constructed facilities over their lifecycle."

Bible collects three RBIs in Tech victory

Hokies defeat ETSU 8-3 as Kit Scheetz wins his first of the year

Spring Fever

Football Season Begins in Blacksburg Virginia Tech begins its 2015/16 campaign this week in Blacksburg with the opening of spring practice.  This is the first step for the Hokies to get back to A.C.C. prominence.  Frank Beamer returns to the sidelines after throat surgery, and all [...]
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