Simultaneously published by Fourth Dimension Publishing Company in Nigeria and Virginia Tech Publishing housed in University Libraries in the United States, "Community Policing in Nigeria" is an examination into the ongoing policing problems in Nigeria.
Atomic bombs, white dwarf stars, shock waves, nuclear explosion, and Albert Einstein are frequent references that University Libraries Archivist Bess Pittman saw while processing the mesmerizing collection of Robert E. Marshak, a Virginia Tech professor and promoter of shared science. Thanks to a grant from the American Institute of Physics, this collection is now more accessible for researchers and science enthusiasts alike.
The goal of the Prototyping Studio is to create a space for students, faculty, and community members to stretch their imaginations and prototype as easily as possible all while building their confidence as creators and innovators.
Virginia Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and the University Libraries team up to help cattle farmers be more profitable, protect water quality, and promote environmental stewardship through grazing management.