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  • The Ware Lab Annual Report 2021–2022
    (Virginia Tech, 2022)
    This annual report summarizes activities at Virginia Tech’s Joseph F. Ware, Jr., Advanced Engineering Lab, housed in the College of Engineering for academic year 2021-22. The report includes sections on lab expenditures, student demographics, and competition activities.
  • Joseph F. Ware Engineering Lab Newsletter, Fall 2022
    (Virginia Tech, 2022)
    This is the first edition of the Ware Lab newsletter at Virginia Tech.
  • The Ware Lab Annual Report 2020-2021
    (Virginia Tech, 2021)
    This annual report summarizes activities at Virginia Tech’s Joseph F. Ware, Jr. Advanced Engineering Lab housed in the College of Engineering for academic year 2020-21. The report includes sections on lab expenditures, student demographics, competition activities, and the Ware Lab COVID 19 response.
  • Joseph F. Ware, Jr. Advanced Engineering Lab Annual Report, 2019-2020
    (Virginia Tech. College of Engineering, 2020)
    This facility report summarizes activities at Virginia Tech’s Joseph F. Ware, Jr., Advanced Engineering Lab, housed in the College of Engineering, for academic year 2019-20. The report includes sections on lab expenditures, student demographics, outreach activities, and the Ware Lab COVID-19 response.
  • The Ware Lab 20th Anniversary
    (Virginia Tech. College of Engineering, 2018)
    This booklet commemorates the 20th anniversary of the Ware Lab in 2018, and details services and programs offered by the lab.
  • 2019-25 Strategic Plan, College of Engineering
    (Virginia Tech. College of Engineering, 2019)
    This strategic plan outlines the mission, vision, core values, and goals for the College of Engineering for the period of 2019-2025.
  • Joseph F. Ware, Jr. Advanced Engineering Lab Annual Report 2018-19
    (Virginia Tech. College of Engineering, 2019)
    This annual report summarizes activities at Virginia Tech’s Joseph F. Ware, Jr. Advanced Engineering Lab (a.k.a. Ware Lab) for academic year 2018-19. The lab is an undergraduate design facility housed within Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering. The facility is home to ten undergraduate teams from various departments within the college. The report includes sections on project budgets, team competitions, outreach activities, and student demographics.
  • 2018 State of the College (transcript)
    Ross, Julia M. (Virginia Tech. College of Engineering, 2018-05-02)
    A transcript from the State of the College of Engineering address, presented by Dean Julia Ross at The Inn at Virginia Tech on May 2, 2018.
  • Virginia Tech Engineer, Winter 2017
    (Virginia Tech, 2017-02)
    Virginia Tech Engineer is the magazine of the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech.
  • Virginia Tech Engineer, Winter 2019
    (Virginia Tech, 2019-02)
    Virginia Tech Engineer is the magazine of the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech.
  • CEED Newsletter, Spring 2018
    (Virginia Tech, 2018)

    The Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity newsletter is published twice each semester and provides information on:

    • common exam dates and other campus deadlines
    • introductions to engineering staff and advisors
    • tips for planning for the long holiday breaks
    • advice from upper class student parents regarding their experience being a parent of first year students
    • information on internship and co-op experiences and much more!

  • 2012-2018 Strategic Plan for the Virginia Tech College of Engineering
    (Virginia Tech, 2012)
    Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering is one of the finest in the world. This is evidenced by the great demand for admission to the college’s undergraduate and graduate programs, the great demand to hire the college’s graduates or to admit them to graduate school, and the great demand to participate in the college’s research. The excellent reputation of the College of Engineering arises from a “hands on, minds on” philosophy towards engineering education and practice that dates back many decades, and which gives it distinction among other great engineering colleges. The faculty and staff of the College of Engineering are committed to: • Active-learning by our students in highly regarded engineering programs; • Educational trailblazing and the early adoption of new learning technologies; • High quality research which, in the Land Grant tradition, is timely and focused on problems of great importance to society; and • An Ut Prosim spirit of generous service. Looking ahead six years, the College of Engineering will sustain its excellence and distinctiveness by following a strategic plan that is built upon five themes. Theme 1: Provide a high quality environment for teaching, learning and research. Theme 2: Recruit, educate and graduate a high quality and diverse undergraduate student body. Theme 3: Recruit, educate and graduate a high quality and diverse graduate student body. Theme 4: Address problems of regional, national and global importance. Theme 5: Support a diverse community of faculty, staff and students. Sets of emphases and measures are presented for each theme of this strategic plan.
  • Engineering Now 2015
    Nystrom, Lynn; Haugh, Lindsey; Grimes, Cathy; Mackay, Steven D. (Virginia Tech, 2015)
    The College of Engineering's annual report that covers a particular theme for the past year. For example, the issues have covered the college's leadership roles in high performance computing, engineering education, sustainable engineering, multimedia efforts, entrepreneurship, economic development, student design awards, etc. It is distributed each fall to a number of audiences, from recruiters to deans of other engineering colleges to contributing alumni to friends.
  • Engineering Now 2014
    Nystrom, Lynn; Mackay, Steven D.; Haugh, Lindsey (Virginia Tech, 2014)
    The College of Engineering's annual report that covers a particular theme for the past year. For example, the issues have covered the college's leadership roles in high performance computing, engineering education, sustainable engineering, multimedia efforts, entrepreneurship, economic development, student design awards, etc. It is distributed each fall to a number of audiences, from recruiters to deans of other engineering colleges to contributing alumni to friends.
  • Engineering News : Spring 2013
    Nystrom, Lynn; Haugh, Lindsey; Simpkins, David (Virginia Tech. College of Engineering, 2013)
    College of Engineering researchers are continuing to work on a multi-university, nationwide project for the U.S. Navy that one day will put life-like autonomous robot jellyfish in waters around the world. Several sizes of the RoboJelly are under various phases of development, some the size of a man’s hand, while another – publicly debuted in spring 2013 – is more than five-foot wide.
  • Engineering News : Spring 2012
    Nystrom, Lynn; Simpkins, David (Virginia Tech. College of Engineering, 2012)
    HokieSpeed, the new super computer from Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering, debuted in December 2011 under the guidance of Wu Feng, associate professor with the computer science and electrical and computer engineering departments. He said HokieSpeed was Virginia Tech’s latest war horse in the research arena. “This instrument will empower faculty, students, and staff across disciplines to tackle problems previously viewed as intractable or that required heroic efforts and significant domain-specific expertise to solve.”
  • Engineering News : Spring 2015
    Nystrom, Lynn; Haugh, Lindsey; Simpkins, David (Virginia Tech. College of Engineering, 2015)
    In fall 2011, ground was broken for the Signature Engineering Building, a dream project of current engineering Dean Richard C. Benson and Virginia Tech President Emeritus and former College of Engineering Dean Paul Torgersen. After three years of construction, the Hokie-stone-adorned, $95.2 million structure opened in August 2014 to welcome students to new classes (See Page 8) and weeks later was renamed to honor the philanthropy of longtime Virginia Tech supporters Alice and Bill Goodwin.
  • Engineering News : Spring 2014
    Nystrom, Lynn; Haugh, Lindsey; Simpkins, David (Virginia Tech. College of Engineering, 2014)
    Virginia Tech leaders, along with counterparts in New Jersey, welcomed a late December approval by the Federal Aviation Administration to operate a test site to integrate unmanned aircraft into the national airspace.
  • Engineering Now College of Engineering
    (College of Engineering, 2007)