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
Virginia Tech has set the bar as a leading land-grant university since its founding. When the school launched in 1872, meeting the mission meant offering a curriculum that provided future farmers, trade workers, and soldiers with practical knowledge and personal education around topics like hygiene, health, and manners. Today, that drive to serve means partnering with business and industry to accelerate workforce development and technology.
President Sands speaks on the Innovation Campus at ULI Fall Meeting
Virginia Tech President Tim Sands speaks on a panel at the ULI Fall
Meeting about how Amazon's search for a new headquarters was a catalyst for the Innovation Campus.
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.
Sands joins panel discussion on Amazon HQ2
President Tim Sands joins economic development leaders from across the Commonwealth to talk about Amazon HQ2, how we got there and how the rest of Virginia’s cities benefit. The panel discussion took place at the annual Tom Tom Summit & Festival in Charlottesville, April 12.
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