Tech on Tap: Virginia Tech Innovation Campus leader to discuss how the new campus will transform the future tech economy in the D.C. region

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What:  Join inaugural Vice President and Executive Director Lance Collins for a virtual discussion to hear how the Virginia Tech Innovation Campus will help support advanced technology development and play a pivotal role in building the innovative capacity of the D.C. region and helping to attract skills and investment.

Steven Barnett, a student in the inaugural Innovation Campus class, will also join the conversation and provide his perspectives. Barnett is an alumnus, the eighth Hokie in his family, and a recent scholarship recipient for his continued studies.

Learn how the newly announced advisory board of global business and industry leaders will provide strategic guidance on the best ways for the campus to serve as an economic catalyst for the region and elevate its work and influence for local and global impact through research, startups, and more.

Tech on Tap with Lance Collins
Building a new campus to transform the Washington, D.C., region into the nation’s next great technology hub
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
5:00 p.m.

Where: Virtual discussion via Zoom. Register here.

Submit your questions for the experts in advance.

Schedule an interview

To schedule an interview with our expert in advance of the public Zoom session, please email Shannon Andrea or call 703-399-9494.

About Tech on Tap

Learning happens everywhere. Tech on Tap is a regular community speaker series that informs, educates, and raises questions about the impact of new technologies on society, equity, and policy. Topics include the types of issues and problems Virginia Techʼs Innovation Campus in Potomac Yard will explore.

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