Feb. 10, 2017 – Sarah Karpanty’s Principles of Fisheries and Wildlife Management and Conservation course meets in Virginia Tech’s new classroom building, a state-of-the-art facility that includes 15 classrooms and four labs designed for interdisciplinary use by students and faculty across the university. The moveable furnishings, wall-mounted writing spaces, and multiple screens in each classroom facilitate group projects and discussions, such as the case studies Karpanty incorporates into the curriculum of her course, which draws students from all class levels and a diverse range of study areas, including engineering, math, business, and agriculture.