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Article ItemGround broken on Hitt Hall , article
The project begins during a time of far-reaching change in the construction industry, which, like many sectors, is being transformed by fast-emerging technologies.
A closer look at the people, programs, and projects that drive CAUS forward.
Article ItemArchitecture and urban studies students serve through community leadership, on and off campus , article
For a subset of students in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies, serving their communities through leadership positions, both on and off campus, is a demonstration of Ut Prosim in action.
Article ItemFriends and landscape architecture alumni send entire cohort to key conference , article
In a novel approach to support the next generation of landscape architects, alumni and friends of the Landscape Architecture Advisory Board developed a big idea —to send the entire cohort of students to the American Society of Landscape Architects’ immersive annual conference.
Article ItemHigh-speed rendering capabilities enable creativity for visual design students , article
Students in the School of Visual Arts Creative Technologies program are using high-performance computing to take their 3D animation designs to new levels, thanks to a unique partnership with the university's Advanced Research Computing unit.
Article ItemNational security program provides training for Washington, D.C., professionals , article
Virginia Tech’s National Security Executive Leadership Program meets the need for continuing education for professionals in the greater Washington, D.C., metro area. The five-day program informs and educates emerging leaders, professionals, and masters and Ph.D. candidates in contemporary national security issues.