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Virginia Tech to dedicate its Moss Arts Center on April 25

The dedication of the Moss Arts Center, a $100 million facility that is home to the university’s Center for the Arts and Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology, will take place on April 25 at 1 p.m.

    The Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech to dedicate its Moss Arts Center on April 25

The dedication of the Moss Arts Center, a $100 million facility that is home to the university’s Center for the Arts and Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology, will take place on April 25 at 1 p.m.

    The Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech

David Mackanic wins Goldwater Scholarship

Mackanic is also the recipient of a Pratt Scholarship, which is made possible through an endowment established by the estate of Mr. John Lee Pratt of Stafford County in 1975.

    David Mackanic wins Goldwater Scholarship

Colonel Horace E. Alphin Professor in Dairy Science named

The professorship was established in 2013 through a gift from Alphin, a member of the Virginia Tech Class of 1934, to support outstanding teaching and research faculty in the Department of Dairy Science.

    A dairy cow in the fields at Virginia Tech

Dwight Viehland named Jack E. Cowling Professor

The Professorship was established as part of the bequest by the late John E. "Jack" Cowling who graduated from Virginia Tech in 1939 with a chemical engineering degree.

    Dwight D. Viehland named Jack E. Cowling Professor of Engineering

Hesham Rakha named Samuel Reynolds Pritchard Professor

The Samuel Reynolds Pritchard Professorship was established by the late Walter A. Buchanan Sr. in 1992 in honor of Prichard, who served as the dean of the College of Engineering from 1918 to 1928.

    Virginia Tech's Hesham A. Rakha named Samuel Reynolds Pritchard Professor of Engineering

Try our new gift calculator

Did you know that your gift to Virginia Tech can pay you lifetime income? Use our new gift calculator to explore the possibilities.

    Learn more about how your gift to Virginia Tech can pay you lifetime income

 

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