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Hokie family Marianne and Jim '80 Young with their grandson, Max Garbett.
Generational impact

Jim Young’s recent gift to name a professorship in the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering reflects a deep family connection to Virginia Tech that spans four generations.

Date: Jun 22, 2022
At the annual Virginia Space Consortium's Scholars and Fellows’ luncheon and poster session, Virginia Tech students were honored for their research. Also pictured Virginia Tech Professor Scott Bailey who provided the keynote address and Senior Vice President for Research and Innovation Dan Sui (fourth and third from right, seated). Photo courtesy of Brian Williamson.
Long-standing partnership provides student research fellowships

Since 1990, the Virginia Space Consortium has provided 475 scholarship and fellowship awards totaling $2.1 million to Virginia Tech undergraduate and graduate student researchers, intended to supplement and enhance research support.

Date: Jun 01, 2022
Left to right, Camille Bridgewater, Sera Choi, and Nikki Keith have won scholarships from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation. In the photo, the trio are standing in the center of the main hallway of the New Classroom Building. All are smiling toward the camera. Photo for Virginia Tech by Steven Mackay.
College of Science students win Beckman Scholarships for collaborative research projects

Three Virginia Tech students were awarded scholarships from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation. They are Camille Bridgewater, double majoring in chemistry and physics; Sera Choi, a biological sciences major; and Nikki Keith, double majoring in biological sciences and clinical neuroscience.

Date: May 25, 2022
Alan Asbeck with an exoskeleton built by his lab.
Alan Asbeck receives NSF CAREER award to create new type of lower-body exoskeleton

Asbeck, an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, and his team will study the way people walk and adapt to exoskeleton assistance.

Date: May 19, 2022
Gwyn Schloer works on an automated wire harness project for her senior design project, sponsored by Northrup Grumman.
Class of 2022: Gwyneth Schloer tackles five degrees in five years

Gwyneth Schloer is is receiving undergraduate degrees in mechanical engineering, economics, and Spanish. She is working toward two graduate degrees as well, while also working for Northrup Grumman.

Date: May 09, 2022
Julia Pimentel in Lane Stadium
Class of 2022: Julia Pimentel hopes to lead in the march to space

With a job and an acceptance to graduate school secured, this high-achieving Hokie is crafting a career spanning aerospace, mechanical, and materials science and engineering.

Date: May 06, 2022

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