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Ms. Glenda Young and her advisor, Dr. Denise Simmons, attend reception at President Steger’s home, The Grove

The reception was hosted by President Charles W. Steger, Vice President and Dean for Graduate Education Karen P. DePauw and Senior Vice President and Provost Mark McNamee. The event was held February 4, 2014. Read more about Ms. Glenda Young and her advisor, Dr. Denise Simmons, attend reception at President Steger’s home, The Grove

ASC Construction Managment Competition

1200 students. 166 teams. 43 universities.

24 students from Myers-Lawson School of construction at Virginia Tech were among the 1200.

The 27th Annual Associated Schools of Construction Regions 6 & 7 Student competition is the largest construction management student competition in the nation. The teams are presented with industry provided problems to solve. Read more about ASC Construction Managment Competition

Dr. Kleiner meets with Paul Carter and Kiewit Corporate staff in the Milton, Ontario, CANADA office JANUARY 24, 2014

Dr. Kleiner meets with Paul Carter and Kiewit Corporate executive in the Milton, Ontario, CANADA office JANUARY 24, 2014. Following this half day planning meeting, the Kiewit team will be visiting Blacksburg in February to further explore a "legacy" project with Drs. Kleiner and Beliveau. Stay tuned. Read more about Dr. Kleiner meets with Paul Carter and Kiewit Corporate staff in the Milton, Ontario, CANADA office JANUARY 24, 2014

A Message from Richard Benson, Dean of the College of Engineering

January 21, 2014 To the Virginia Tech faculty and staff: It has been my custom to give you an update on the College of Engineering at the start of each semester. ................................................................................................................. Please permit me a word or two about three Virginia Tech presidents. Read more about A Message from Richard Benson, Dean of the College of Engineering

Bill Fairchild Meets the New Virginia Tech President

On Dec. 6, 2013, the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors appointed Timothy D. Sands as Virginia Tech’s 16th president, effective June 1, 2014. Sands will succeed Charles Steger, who steps down when Sands assumes office.Sands, 55, currently serves as executive vice president for academic affairs and provost at Purdue University. Read more about Bill Fairchild Meets the New Virginia Tech President

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