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Innovation Campus will connect technology and liberal arts
How will the Innovation Campus, with its focus on technology and computer science-related learning, benefit students who study the liberal arts?
Innovation Campus Drives Progress
“The Innovation Campus helps Virginia Tech live out its mission to support economic growth,” said Theresa Mayer, vice president for research and innovation. “As a research land-grant university, it is critical to translate research and discoveries into the marketplace where they can have tangible impact.”
Location announced for Innovation Campus
On June 10 in Alexandria — in front of a room packed with media and community, business, and political leaders — President Tim Sands announced plans to build Virginia Tech’s 1-million-square-foot graduate campus in the city as part of a new mixed-use development in National Landing.
Innovation Campus - We're Ready
The story of how Virginia Tech created the Innovation Campus speaks to the university's role to combine people, research, industry, and ideas to solve global-scale problems while teaching the innovators of tomorrow.
Sands joins panel on Amazon HQ2
President Tim Sands joins economic development leaders from across Virginia to talk about Amazon's HQ2, how we got there, and how cities in the state will benefit. The panel discussion took place at the Tom Tom Summit & Festival in Charlottesville in April.
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