The latest issue of Innovations — our newsletter that highlights research, academics, alumni, and news happening around the college that furthers the university’s land-grant mission — is now available.
The Web version of Innovations contains online-only multimedia content. Print copies can be requested by emailing Lynn McPeak.
Feature stories include:
- The way Virginia Tech is building towards a bright future in academia and research. The recently completed Human and Agricultural Biosciences Building 1 and the new Dairy Science Complex- Kentland Farm have provided faculty and students state-of-the-art tools to conduct research in labs, and more opportunities than ever to combat the most vexing societal challenges related to food and fiber production.
- A profile of alumna Rosalea Potter and how she and her family are keeping the Ut Prosim (That I may serve) spirit alive by serving as educators about agricultural production.
- A genetic line of chickens that helped unlock the mysteries of evolutionary time developed by Paul Siegel, distinguished professor emeritus in the Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences.