Virginia Tech Science Magazine

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message from the dean

More than ever, science is essential.

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Four College of Science faculty members recently won National Science Foundation CAREER Awards

Joseph Uyeda of the Department of Biological Sciences, D. Sarah Stamps of the Department of Geosciences, Shengfeng Cheng of the Department of Physics, and Sterling Nesbitt, also of Geosciences  .

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Impact of Science

Our Virginia Tech College of Science Magazine print edition tells many great stories of how our faculty, staff, students, and alumni have taken action to fight and mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. But it doesn’t tell all of the stories. Read below for stories on a shining moment of musical outreach, the start of testing of wastewater from campus dormitories, and a new story on student Cameron Buck, who volunteered as a medic on the front lines of a Texas hospital, and more.

Boundless Impact

You have the power to make a profound impact on a new generation of scientific leaders.

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what's your science?

The love of discovery, solving the unsolvable, fulfilling a personal mission...

...Science Hokies share their stories.