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    • The World of Materials, Fall 1998 

      Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) (Virginia Tech. Department of Materials Science and Engineering, 1998)
      This is the biannual newsletter for the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.
    • The World of Materials, Spring 1999 

      Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) (Virginia Tech. Department of Materials Science and Engineering, 1999)
      This is the biannual newsletter for the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.
    • World premier of New York composer Manly Romero's Three Poems for a Wedding 

      Adams, Louise (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2008-11-19)
      Department of Music Assistant Professor of Voice Dr. Theodore Sipes and guest pianist/collaborator Erica Sipes present the world premier of New York composer Manly Romero's "Three Songs for a Wedding," an art song cycle ...
    • The World remade by COVID-19 for Travel and Hospitality 

      Deloitte (Deloitte, 2020-05-01)
      Industry leaders from Deloitte and Salesforce have highlighted four potential post pandemic industry trends. Researchers predict that the COVID-19 pandemic will either accelerate the direction the industry had been moving ...
    • World Renowned Feng Shui Consultant To Visit Virginia Tech 

      Box, Sherri (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-03-04)
      Angi Ma Wong, renowned feng shui consultant and entrepreneurial publisher, will visit Virginia Tech as part of the University Distinguished Speaker Series, March 14-18.
    • World Town Planning Day and GIS Day to be celebrated 

      Trulove, Susan (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2003-11-14)
      On Wednesday, Nov. 19, Montgomery County will unveil the county's new comprehensive plan during a joint celebration of the fifth anniversary of Geographic Information Systems Day and the 30th anniversary of World Town ...
    • World War II era North American B-25 Mitchell flyover hosted by the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets for Wake Forest game 

      Cox, Carrie (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2010-10-12)

      The Tri-State Warbird Museum located in Batavia, Ohio, will conduct a military flyover with a historic World War II era North American B-25 Mitchell during the National Anthem prior to the Virginia Tech versus Wake ...

    • World Water Day calls attention to water scarcity and ways to conserve fresh water 

      Constantinescu, Ana (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2008-03-14)
      World Water Day is celebrated globally on March 22 in an effort to raise awareness about the availability of clean, fresh water, a natural resource that many take for granted.
    • A world within the world 

      Heintzleman, Scott A. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1996)
      When people settle in one place they often express a desire to clarify their place in the world through the creation of small, self-contained worlds. These small worlds help orient people within the greater world by creating ...
    • The World-Pole: A Journey into the Imagination of a Discoverer 

      Chin, Gregory R. (Virginia Tech, 2016-10-03)
      This thesis is an investigation of a tower known only from the ancient works of a discoverer. The discoverer, who holds witness to the wondrous composition of the monument, documents the tower through illustrative and ...
    • Worldwide Conservation Agriculture Knowledge Resources 

      Cornell University. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, 2011)
      This website, maintained by the Conservation Agriculture Group at Cornell University, serves as a portal to knowledge resources pertaining to Conservation Agriculture. Features include: the CA Blog, a listing of networks ...
    • Worm-hole run-time reconfigurable processor field programmable gate array (FPGA) 

      Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, Inc.; Athanas, Peter M.; Bittner, Jr., Ray A. (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1998-10-27)
      Higher performance is gained through a new architecture which implements a new method of computational resource allocation, utilization and programming based on the concept of Worm-hole Run-Time Reconfiguration (RTR). A ...
    • Wormhole Run-Time Reconfiguration: Conceptualization and VLSI Design of a High Performance Computing System 

      Bittner, Ray Albert Jr. (Virginia Tech, 1997-01-23)
      In the past, various approaches to the high performance numerical computing problem have been explored. Recently, researchers have begun to explore the possibilities of using Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) to solve ...
    • Worried about airborne transmission of COVID-19? Here’s what restaurants should be doing to sanitize indoor air in the dining room 

      Luna, Nan (Nation's Restaurant News, 2020-10-30)
      This article explains how we can prevent the transmission of the virus by airborne in the restaurant from the recommendation of experts and operators from the industry. Since March, restaurants have tried to stop the ...
    • Worry Boxes 

      Fralin, Scott; Rogers, Alice; Hicklin, Meggin (Virginia Tech, 2018-05-02)
      Interactive public art project to help students relieve stress during finals. Worry boxes, little boxes where students can deposit what they're worried about in hopes that it will help relieve some of their end of semester ...
    • Worshiping Leadership: Morality, Revolutionary Values, and the Politics of Magnicidio (Assassination) in the Case of Camilo Torres and Fabio Vásquez with the ELN, Colombia 1963-1978 

      Sanchez Sierra, Juan Carlos (Virginia Tech, 2011-04-28)
      This research explores cult formation and sect-like worship in the Ejército de Liberación Nacional (ELN), around the figures of both the priest and guerrilla fighter Camilo Torres (1929-1966), and Fabio Vásquez, leader and ...
    • Would You Sign a Liability Waiver to Attend an Event? 

      Monorchio, Dylan (EventMB, 2020-06-26)
      Evolving and inconsistent advice from medical professionals and the government have left event organizers stranded. Economic pressures are pushing for many regions to reopen venues and borders for events. However, it is ...
    • A Woven Place 

      Terrell, Lewis Neal (Virginia Tech, 2002-07-18)
      A building is designed from a set of initial intended needs and uses. Yet, a building is a construction of its time and values that will stand for future generations long after the client and architect have faded. Therefore, ...
    • Wow Bao CEO Geoff Alexander explains benefits of dark-kitchen initiative 

      Ruggless, Ron (Nation's Restaurant News, 2020-11-06)
      This article describes how Wow Bao, the fast-casual Asian concept restaurant, got over 100 units in a half year. As the frontier of the dark-kitchen operation, they have considered this concept back in 2019 since their ...
    • Wrangling PDF for Accessibility 

      Browder, Robert (2018-04-13)
      PDF stands for portable document format. It was created by Adobe in the late 20th century, and became an ISO standard in 2007 due to heavy use in the public sector.