• Virginia Tech Foundation, Inc. has set the Fiscal 2024 year-end closing schedule for all Virginia Tech departments, which is available for download here .

  • The Virginia Tech Foundation Executive Committee will consider the annual budget for WVTF Public Radio and RADIO IQ at its meeting on Friday, May 31. The meeting is open to the public and will begin at 11:00 a.m. Attendees are welcome to participate in person at the Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, or remotely via Zoom. To participate, attendees must register at https://vtf.org/register/wvtf.

    Services of Virginia Tech, WVTF Public Radio, and RADIO IQ are listener-supported National Public Radio member stations. They broadcast locally and nationally produced classical and jazz music programs, NPR and BBC news shows, and locally produced news and other cultural and entertainment programs. The stations cover central, southwest, and southern Virginia, as well as parts of North Carolina and West Virginia. For a complete listing of signals, visit WVTF online at https://www.wvtf.org/.

  • As we close the celebration of 75 years of Virginia Tech Foundation, Inc., we express gratitude… for the legacy of strength, for the devotion of the Hokie Nation, for the opportunity to grow an everlasting resource. Your VTF team is inspired to reach new heights of performance in serving the Virginia Tech family. We thank you.

    Read the 75th Anniversary Book at https://vtf.org/75.

  • The Virginia Tech Foundation Executive Committee will consider the annual budget for WVTF Public Radio and RADIO IQ at its meeting on Friday, June 23. The meeting is open to the public and will begin at 11 a.m. Attendees are welcome to participate in person at the Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, or remotely via Zoom. To participate, attendees must register at https://vtf.org/register/wvtf.

    Services of Virginia Tech, WVTF Public Radio, and RADIO IQ are listener-supported National Public Radio member stations. They broadcast locally and nationally produced classical and jazz music programs, NPR and BBC news shows, and locally produced news and other cultural and entertainment programs. The stations cover central, southwest, and southern Virginia, as well as parts of North Carolina and West Virginia. For a complete listing of signals, visit WVTF online at https://www.wvtf.org/.

  • Rafael Davalos and Elizabeth McClanahan both earned the Ruby Award, which “recognizes an outstanding member who has proven to be a brilliant and valuable asset to the Roanoke-Blacksburg region.” Davalos is an endowed professor of biomedical engineering in the Virginia Tech-Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Science and was the lead inventor at CytoRecovery. McClanahan is a former Virginia Supreme Court justice who now is CEO of the Virginia Tech Foundation.

    Established in 1998, the Roanoke-Blacksburg Technology Council is a membership association that promotes the Roanoke and Blacksburg technology community.

    https://cardinalnews.org/2023/05/19/roanoke-blacksburg-technology-counci...

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