We are so grateful to participate in this week’s Virginia Tech Innovation Campus Roundtable lead by Brandy Salmon, Ph.D., and Managing Director of the Innovation Campus. The campus is Virginia’s leading research grant-lead institution being built on strong public-private partnerships throughout the state and transdisciplinary programs.
The campus will bring together hundreds of new graduate students, dozens of new faculty members, and numerous industry partners. As part of its plan to increase undergraduate enrollment to 30,000 students, Virginia Tech also will increase undergraduate enrollment by 2,000 students in computer science, computer engineering, software engineering, and related disciplines at its Blacksburg campus over the next eight years.
When it comes to innovation hubs, their presence is more than space and location. Innovation centers bolster the surrounding communities, drive technology use and engagement, and attract business and talent. We are thrilled to be part of this experiential session with some of the best and brightest in the industry to help shape the future.