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  • Spring 2014

    Volume 36, Number 3

    Virginia Tech Magazine, spring 2014

    ON THE COVER
    Timothy D. Sands, soon to be the 16th president of Virginia Tech, stopped by the Holtzman Alumni Center library during his first orientation visit in January. Photo by Jim Stroup.

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    Timothy Sands

    Timothy D. Sands, incoming president

    Whit Babcock

    Whit Babcock, new athletic director

    Buzz Williams

    Buzz Williams, new men's basketball coach

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    • Training Ground: The education of Timothy D. Sands, Virginia Tech's next president

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    • HOW TECH TICKS
      Mining for Neutrinos

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    • Flight Formation: Virginia Tech experts send drones skyward

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    • ALUMNA PROFILE
      Danielle Talamantes: Debuting on one of opera's biggest stages

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    • High-Tech Harvest: Helping eastern U.S. wineries find their niche

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    • Going the Distance, Judging for Speed: Virginia Tech's dairy-judging team wins big

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    •  Training Ground: The education of Timothy D. Sands, Virginia Tech's next president

    •  HOW TECH TICKS: Mining for Neutrinos

    •  Flight Formation: Virginia Tech experts send drones skyward

    •  Danielle Talamantes: Debuting on one of opera's biggest stages

    •  High-Tech Harvest: Helping eastern U.S. wineries find their niche

    •  Going the Distance, Judging for Speed: Virginia Tech's dairy-judging team


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