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Article ItemCyber researchers protect Virginia’s dairy farms, address labor shortages , article
Commonwealth Cyber Initiative researchers from Virginia Tech and Virginia Military Institute researchers are collaborating to reinforce cybersecurity on dairy farms while also developing a workforce development platform to address dairy farm labor shortages.
Article ItemLinkedin, Raytheon, Fannie Mae: Three Innovation Campus master’s students share post-graduate plans , article
Through the Master of Engineering program, Abrar Rhine, Anand Patel, and Joan Perez Lozano learned to thrive in environments that require leadership, management, communication, decision-making, diversity, and cultural competency.
Article ItemVirginia Tech and Roanoke College sign partnership for accelerated student pathways in computer science and computer engineering , article
The partnership gives Roanoke College students direct admission into Innovation Campus master’s degree programs.
Article ItemBoard of Visitors approves new master’s degree in applied data science , article
If approved by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, the new degree program will prepare students to be data scientists who can analyze complex, large-scale data sources.
Article ItemResearchers work to combat cyberbullying by looking for patterns , article
Chreston Miller, data and informatics consultant at University Libraries, along with computer science major Deep Datta and computational modeling and data analytics major Ishana Garuda, are conducting research to find out if there are any patterns that can indicate when cyberbullying surfaces the most on Twitter.
Article ItemHigh-impact cybersecurity projects selected for commercialization awards , article
Five proposed cyber innovation projects were selected to receive funding from the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative in Southwest Virginia for the Innovation: Ideation to Commercialization program to bring advanced systems and products to the cybersecurity market.
Article ItemAlexandria City middle schoolers become NASA engineers during Project Red Rover , article
This past week, 36 students from four Northern Virginia middle schools were called upon to help NASA launch a mock Mars mission. Dubbed the Project Red Rover Robotics Program, the mission tasked students with the building, programming, and automation of a Vex IQ robot that simulated a Mars rover.
Article ItemQuantum researchers collide , article
Researchers from departments across the university came together to discuss the current state and future possibilities of quantum research at the first Virginia Tech Center for Quantum Information Science and Engineering symposium.
Article ItemInternational Space Station director shares her journey as part of Engineers’ Week , article
Robyn Gatens, the first female director of the International Space Station, visited Virginia Tech's Blacksburg campus in February to speak at the Student Engineers' Council first-ever Engineers’ Week distinguished lecture.
Article ItemComputer science researchers lead the defense against the dark side of tech , article
Assistant Professor Bimal Viswanath and his colleagues have amassed one of the largest datasets of AI-manipulated media in existence to explore methods of detecting and disarming weaponized media and toxic misinformation campaigns.
Article ItemDanfeng 'Daphne' Yao, pioneer and expert in enterprise data security, elevated to IEEE fellow , article
Yao, professor in the Department of Computer Science, is among fewer than 0.1 percent of voting members in the institute that are selected annually for this career milestone.
Article ItemGrants support new faculty partnerships with HBCUs , article
Seed investments provide two years of startup funding to faculty members at Virginia Tech collaborating with colleagues at historically Black colleges and universities or other minority-serving institutions.
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