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Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

ALUMNI STORIES
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
DATA, INFORMATION, AND DECISIONS

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

DIGITAL ARTS, COMMUNICATION, & MARKETING

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

ENERGY, WATER, & FOOD

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

FACULTY STORIES

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

INTEGRATED HEALTH & WELLNESS

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

SECURITY, RISK, & RESILIENCE

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

STUDENT STORIES

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

VIRGINIA ISSUES & ANSWERS (VIA)

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

WASHINGTON (DC) SEMESTER

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

SPIA NEWS

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

ALUMNI STORIES
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
DATA, INFORMATION, AND DECISIONS

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

DIGITAL ARTS, COMMUNICATION, & MARKETING

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

ENERGY, WATER, & FOOD

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

FACULTY STORIES

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

INTEGRATED HEALTH & WELLNESS

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

SECURITY, RISK, & RESILIENCE

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

STUDENT STORIES

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

VIRGINIA ISSUES & ANSWERS (VIA)

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

WASHINGTON (DC) SEMESTER

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

SPIA NEWS

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

ALUMNI STORIES
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
DATA, INFORMATION, AND DECISIONS

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

DIGITAL ARTS, COMMUNICATION, & MARKETING

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

ENERGY, WATER, & FOOD

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

FACULTY STORIES

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

INTEGRATED HEALTH & WELLNESS

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

SECURITY, RISK, & RESILIENCE

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

STUDENT STORIES

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

VIRGINIA ISSUES & ANSWERS (VIA)

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

WASHINGTON (DC) SEMESTER

Governor McAuliffe Announces New Virginia Management Fellows

The Governor of Virginia spent his last Friday in office with eleven outstanding next-generation leaders – the new Virginia Management Fellows. Flanked by retiring Secretary of Finance Ric Brown, Deputy Secretary of Finance June Jennings [...]

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems

SPIA Faculty (and world-class paddler) Helps Engineers Design Intelligent Systems. Learn about Dr. Sara Mattingly-Jordan and the work she is involved in.

Governor McAuliffe Announces First Virginia Management Fellows

RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced the inaugural cohort of the Virginia Management Fellows program. The program is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Virginia developed with Virginia Tech to meet the state’s needs [...]

“The Local Shop”: Bringing You Stories of Local Businesses in Arlington.

SPIA graduate student and urban planner Valeria Gelman is launching "The Local Shop" on WERA 96.7 FM, featuring oral histories from legacy businesses in Arlington.

SPIA Course Announcements

SPIA is thrilled to announce some of our courses which will be available in the Winter and Spring semesters. SPIA 4984: Small Cities, Resilience, and Global Change GIA 5264: Global Conflicts, Local Impacts SPIA 5624: [...]

Launching the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA): A digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making.

We are excited to announce the launch of the new Virginia Issues and Answers (VIA), a digital discussion providing policy insight for state and local decision-making. The new VIA will offer SPIA faculty opportunities to [...]

School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) workshop : The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering

The School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce a workshop developed through the efforts of the Beloved Community Initiative (BCI). The Beloved Community ‘Dream Reset’ Richmond Gathering is a three-day event hosted in partnership with Virginia Union University and will be held at various locations in Richmond, Virginia, starting on December 3, 2017, and closing on December 5, 2017.

Virginia Tech launches a project on international refugee research

A multi-disciplinary team of VT faculty, alumni and students met on October 26-27 at the Arlington Research Center to report findings of their research on refugees. They were joined by representatives of the policy-making community [...]

Dissatisfied with your daily commute? Help SPIA researchers improve your travel satisfaction

Researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs and Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech are looking to measure mood and satisfaction from daily travel and activities during trips in order to see the factors behind travel satisfaction, sustainable mode choice, and well-being.

A REGIONAL COMMUNITY  ADDRESSING GLOBAL CHALLENGES

A REGIONAL COMMUNITY  ADDRESSING GLOBAL CHALLENGES

A REGIONAL COMMUNITY  ADDRESSING GLOBAL CHALLENGES

BLACKSBURG

WASHINGTON, DC

RICHMOND

BLACKSBURG

WASHINGTON, DC

RICHMOND

BLACKSBURG

WASHINGTON, DC

RICHMOND