With each passing fall I am reminded that it is about our students, their future, and their stewardship of our natural resources and the environment.
Packaging students have access to state-of-the-art equipment and software thanks to industry donations.
Casey Trees is a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization committed to restoring, enhancing, and protecting the tree canopy of the nation’s capital.
Faculty and students from the college joined with others from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to spend their winter break trekking through the Himalayas.
The rapid growth of location-based applications and services has increased demand for technicians with skills in the acquisition and analysis of spatial data.
Over 100 first-graders from Christiansburg Primary School visited campus last spring to learn about natural resources and agriculture.
Since first joining the college in 1994 to her retirement in March 2013, Suzie Leslie guided countless students from freshman orientation to graduation.
Two of the college’s employees were recognized with 2013 Alumni Awards for Excellence.
Fraser has taught wildlife management, conservation biology, and endangered species management at Virginia Tech for 32 years.
Robert “Bob” L. Smith, the college’s associate dean for engagement, has been named head of the Department of Sustainable Biomaterials.
Michael Schwarz serving as president of the World Aquaculture Society, an organization dedicated to the progressive and sustainable development of aquaculture
Imagine a tropical rainforest that floods for three to five months each year, where villagers travel by boat to visit their neighbors.
Students are acquiring field experiences across the country and around the world, for government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and private corporations.
A U.S. Forest Service program that represents an integrated and collaborative approach to the conservation of our birds and bats, recognizes outstanding work by employees and their conservation partners.
Masser explored her artistic side by serving as an intern to Robin Boucher, curator of the Perspective Gallery in Squires Student Center.
Burch used a balance of modern and traditional methods to complete his entry, a handcrafted Shaker blanket chest.
Cadets performing this honor are selected based on their performance during training.
Meteorologist Jim Cantore of The Weather Channel visited Virginia Tech.
Professor Barry Goodell’s recent research provides a link to Middle Age weaponry.
Professor Kevin Edgar of the Department of Sustainable Biomaterials has teamed up with Professor Lynne Taylor of Purdue University to identify, understand, and create new polymer additives that enhance the ability of orally administered drugs to reach the bloodstream.
Researchers have previously identified leptospirosis — a disease transmitted to humans by animals — as a significant health threat in Botswana. This two-phase disease begins with flu-like symptoms but can cause meningitis, liver damage, pulmonary hemorrhage, renal failure, and even death if untreated.
The lifelong outdoorsman wanted to develop his leadership skills, but after 20 years in the Navy, he was casting around for what he should do with the rest of his life.
Bush began his professional forestry career as an area manager with Continental Can Co. Inc. in Warrenton, Ga., in 1966 after serving as an officer in the U.S. Army.