Communities in VTechWorks
An interdisciplinary group committed to continuing the growth and advancing the stature of the existing drug discovery and development programs at Virginia Tech.
A resource in agricultural and environmental biotechnology
This collection is a repository of student final projects for the Online Master of Agricultural and Life Sciences program.
Events on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the College of Architecture and Urban Studies
LDDI and Industry Collaboration
A collaboration between School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences and the Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics to form the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics.
Guest speakers in computer science
Technical reports from the Computer Science Department
design tutorials and spreadsheets for vehicular access door and jamb design
Curved beam lifting stability spreadsheets
ASPECT events include presentations of working papers, faculty authors’ books, etc.
News from the Alliance for Social, Political, Ethical, and Cultural Thought program
The Corps Review is published by the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets Alumni Inc. (VTCCA) in cooperation with University Relations.
The Virginia Tech Vaccination Research Group conducts research to understand the nature of vaccination controversy and to inform the public about its findings.
An interdisciplinary team of faculty, graduate and undergraduate students conducted research to understand the nature of vaccination controversy and to inform the public.
SAHC, 2001-2009, was dedicated to collaborative public humanities programming that built understanding of the history, culture, and potential of the region and related or overlapping regions
Race, class, and sexuality shape our society and our experiences in it
The Symposium fosters intellectual discourse around emerging questions of the human condition from multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives.
Imagining a vision for Virginia Tech a generation into the future without the constraints of today’s perspectives and perceived barriers
This destination area focuses broadly on how brains change and adapt over the life course, how they change following traumatic events or diseases, and how social and societal forces are affected by and affect brains and individuals.
D&D seeks to advance the human condition and society with better decisions through data.
GSS fosters the transdisciplinary study of the dynamic interplay between natural and social systems, finding creative solutions to critical social problems emergent from human activity and environmental change.
IS focuses on advancing and assuring the security of our vital social, political, and financial networks
IIHCC focuses its attention on the ways that people interact with one another and with their environment.
The C&I SGA is focused on empowering partners and stakeholders to collaborate on creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
The Economical and Sustainable Materials Strategic Growth Area (Materials SGA) is committed to the development of cross-disciplinary teams that will tackle critical scientific materials challenges related to our pillars of interest: health, energy, environment, and resilient infrastructure.
Scholarship about social disparities and difference in the human condition build on VT strengths in the areas of Health and the Environment, Identities and Culture, and Institutions, Organizations, and Policy.
The Policy SGA integrates research and learning across multiple disciplines and levels of information to analyze and inform the complex decision-making for designing and implementing policy to anticipate, respond to, and manage social change.
Documentation about creating and formatting VT ETDs.
Faculty works from the Electronic Faculty Activity Reporting System (EFARS)
Professor of Geology
Professor of Sociology
Publications, presentations, etc.
Publications, presentations, etc.
Publications, presentations, etc.
Students individualize their honors education to earn Honors Laureate Diplomas.
General Diploma and Area-Directed Diploma, an option inspired by the Virginia Tech Destination Areas
Educational plans are designed to assist educators working with students grades 1-12.
Reports and proceedings from forums, conferences, and workshops
Presentations made by faculty members affiliated with ISCE.
Reports on research conducted by ISCE faculty.
The New River Watershed Research community contains research about any aspect of the New River watershed, and includes a collection of presentations given at the New River Symposium.
The PPE Program has the goal to educate students to become reflective and engaged citizens who, informed by the latest research, will be equipped to address the complex problems of tomorrow's world.
This collection aims to bridge the gap between the academy and the hospitality industry.
Recent peer-reviewed academic research in the area of Hospitality Sales that may be of interest to hospitality industry managers and executives
A wide variety of articles on topics such as Hospitality Sales, Meetings, or Leadership targeted to industry practitioners.
Synopses of peer-reviewed journal articles targeted to industry practitioners
The magazine of the Pamplin College of Business is published twice a year.
Materials related to the August 15, 2012 conference about the proposed VT Center for Autism Research
The AECT History Makers collection includes video files that have interviews with influential people to the IDT field.
De Gruyter Open journal articles by Virginia Tech authors
Publications in BioMed Central and SpringerOpen journals by Virginia Tech authors
Hindawi journal articles by Virginia Tech authors
MDPI journal articles by Virginia Tech authors
Items sent to Virginia Tech in honor of the victims of the April 16th shootings.
The official yearbook of Virginia Tech, published since 1895.
The women's yearbook of Virginia Tech, published 1925-1931.
Video capture service
Virginia Tech’s interdisciplinary student-staffed engineering magazine.
Papers by Virginia Tech's undergraduate students
Virginia Tech's Undergraduate Research Journal of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
Virginia Tech's peer-reviewed undergraduate historical research journal.
Presentations by undergraduate students at conferences, symposia, research days, and classes both within and beyond Virginia Tech, and including posters, photographs, media, etc. Also includes abstract books.
InclusiveVT is the institutional and individual commitment to Ut Prosim (that I may serve) in the spirit of community, diversity, and excellence.
An Initiative of Beyond Boundaries and the Equity and Social Disparity in the Human Condition Strategic Growth Area
Charge : To advise the President’s Inclusion and Diversity Executive Council and to study, formulate, and recommend to University Council policies and procedures as they relate to the university’s responsibilities regarding equal opportunity, affirmative action, accessibility, compliance, diversity, and inclusion.
Annually staff from around the Virginia Tech campus gather to focus on issues in leadership.
This collection contains documents from the Office of the Vice President for Administrative Services.
Beginning in the late 1980s Virginia Tech Libraries began exploring the future of scholarly communications.
Here are thought pieces, research projects, and plans for the future of scholarly communication at Virginia Tech Libraries.
Virginia Tech Digital Library
In the early 1900s the SIEA focused on improving education and health in southern Appalachia.