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Meet Virginia Tech's
All-American
Donors


The All-American donors you see below do more than cheer on their favorite Hokie team. Each year, thousands upon thousands of them support excellence in the classroom, in the lab, and all across campus by making a gift to The Campaign for Virginia Tech: Invent the Future. That support plays a critical role in our continued success, and strengthens our reputation as one of the nation’s finest institutes of higher learning.

Browse their cards and read their stories here, and then find out how you can be a part of our All-American Team of donors.


The new trading card design is live! Visit www.vt.edu/all-americans to make your own Virginia Tech All-American Hokie trading card. Go Hokies!

The new trading card design is live! Visit www.vt.edu/all-americans to make your own Virginia Tech All-American Hokie trading card. Go Hokies!

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Humanizing Science


Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Carla Finkielstein recently invited breast cancer survivors to speak to students who are researching the disease.

A Virginia Tech student conducting cancer research talks to a TV reporter

Solar House Wins!


Virginia Tech architecture and engineering students designed a solar house, LUMENHAUS, that won first place at the 2010 Solar Decathlon Europe in Spain. LUMENHAUS is a zero-energy home that is completely powered by the sun.

The LUMENHAUS team celebrating their win at the Solar Decathlon Europe in June 2010

A Car for Blind Drivers


A student team in the Virginia Tech College of Engineering is providing the blind with an opportunity many never thought possible: The opportunity to drive.

A blind drivers takes the wheel of a car designed by Virginia Tech students.

Commitment to the Arts


On Monday, June 21, Virginia Tech broke ground on the $89 million Center for the Arts, the cornerstone project of the university's Arts Initiative.

Center for the Arts groundbreaking ceremony in June 2010
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