Outreach and International Affairs
Article ItemReynolds Homestead to host Smithsonian exhibition examining change in rural America , article
“Crossroads: Change in Rural America” will be on display Dec. 4 to Jan 9 at the Creative Arts Center in Stuart, Virginia. Several Patrick County organizations also will offer a variety of activities and displays to complement the exhibit.Date: Nov 22, 2021
Article ItemEngineering student brings youth drone academy program to the Dominican Republic , article
The program was modeled on part of the Malawi class co-founded by Assistant Professor Kevin Kochersberger, putting materials in the hands of students to build motorized foam gliders to test the laws of aerodynamics, electricity, and surfaces.Date: Nov 19, 2021
Article ItemWorld Academy of Sciences recognizes head of project advancing climate change research in Nepal , article
The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Integrated Pest Management is conducting research on invasive weed spread in Nepal, providing groundwork for addressing food security and biodiversity impacts.Date: Nov 19, 2021
Guiding Virginia Tech's global presence
From professional development and economic research studies to individual or organizational learning opportunities, your connection to Virginia Tech starts here.
Connect. Plan. Enrich. We help Virginia Tech’s outstanding faculty and researchers reach new audiences across the globe.
Our team of researchers, urban planners, economists, and economic development professionals can help you engage your community and turn your ideas into action.
The TRIO programs (Upward Bound and Talent Search) encourage first generation prospective college students to consider higher education.
The Virginia Tech Center for Organizational and Technological Advancement (COTA) provides university-community engagement programs and leadership development opportunities.
This program is for school administrators who aspire to become a school district superintendent. The program is a partnership among the Virginia Association of School Superintendents, the Virginia Tech School of Education, and the Virginia Tech Center for Organizational and Technological Advancement (COTA).
Outreach and International Affairs leads projects around the globe and supports students and researchers as they explore, learn, and engage with other cultures.
We advance Virginia Tech’s research, teaching, and outreach missions through global partnerships that apply the university’s vast knowledge to solving development challenges.
Through research and extension activities with farmers, counterpart universities, and host-country research institutes, the Innovation Lab promotes ecologically sustainable pest and disease control strategies.
Feed the Future Senegal Youth in Agriculture seeks to maximize the potential of youth in a way that builds up their skills, knowledge and confidence so that they can contribute to Senegal’s economic growth.
We have programs on every continent. Getting abroad starts here. Where will you go?
The International Support Services Office provides visa services to non-students and oversees the international agreement approval process.
The purpose of the J-1 program is to provide foreign nationals with opportunities to participate in educational and cultural programs in the United States and return home to share their experiences. In order to become a J-1 Scholar or Student Intern, you must have a VT host who invites you and will supervise and manage your J-1 program at Virginia Tech.
The Lawful Permenant Resident status means that the recipient has been granted permission by the United States government to remain in the United States on a permanent basis and to live and work anywhere in the United States.
As a global gateway to Virginia Tech, we promote intercultural competence and understanding by recruiting the best and brightest international students, building partnerships with institutions around the globe, and providing intensive language and leadership programs.
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Outreach and International Affairs fulfills the university’s global land-grant mission by building cross-sectoral partnerships, providing professional development programs, developing community engagement initiatives, and promoting diverse collaborations to enrich research and discovery and student learning. Our goal is to engage Virginia Tech’s faculty, staff, and students to improve the quality of life for peoples across the commonwealth and throughout the world by addressing complex societal challenges.