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Smithfield gift supports research

A $1.4 million gift from Smithfield Foods Inc. will support antibiotic alternatives studies

   

Virginia-Maryland College of Regional Medicine Professor Nammalwar "Nathan" Sriranganathan A $1.4 million gift from Smithfield Foods Inc. will support antibiotic alternatives studies.

Smithfield gift supports research

A $1.4 million gift from Smithfield Foods Inc. will support antibiotic alternatives studies

   

Virginia-Maryland College of Regional Medicine Professor Nammalwar "Nathan" Sriranganathan A $1.4 million gift from Smithfield Foods Inc. will support antibiotic alternatives studies.

Airbus Donates an A330 elevator to Virginia Tech

Airbus in the U.S. donated an A330 elevator valued at $750,000 to the Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering.

   

Virginia Tech students and faculty holding an A330 elevator Airbus in the U.S. donated an A330 elevator valued at $750,000 to the Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering.

SAIC commits $750,000 to Hume Center

Science Applications International Corp. has committed to donating $750,000 to Virginia Tech's Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology over the next five years. Click on the headline above to learn more.

   

Photo of the Virginia Tech Research Center -- Arlington Science Applications International Corp. has committed to donating $750,000 to Virginia Tech's Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology over the next five years.

The Power of Partnerships

Virginia Tech, a major research university following in the land-grant tradition, serves the commonwealth, the nation, and indeed the world by educating future leaders, conducting groundbreaking research, and improving lives through innovative outreach programs.

We actively seek new ways to partner with the private sector. We strongly believe that the intersection between private and public initiatives has enormous potential to yield solutions to our greatest challenges. By investing in Virginia Tech, corporations and non-profit organizations are investing in the future.

Do you have a partnership opportunity or wish to learn more about our existing programs? For more information, contact our Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations or visit one of the special resource pages listed below.

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